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(+)-4-epi-alpha-bisabolol as a major sesquiterepene constituent in the leaves of two Rosa rugosa hybrids, Martin Frobisher and Vanguard.

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Title: (+)-4-epi-alpha-bisabolol as a major sesquiterepene constituent in the leaves of two Rosa rugosa hybrids, Martin Frobisher and Vanguard.
Authors: Hashidoko, Yasuyuki Browse this author
Endoh, Keiko Browse this author
Kudo, Toshihiro Browse this author
Tahara, Sasoshi Browse this author
Keywords: Martin Frobisher
Vanguard; Rosa rugosa hybrid
glandular trichome
(+)-4-epi-α-bisabolol
Issue Date: Apr-2000
Publisher: 日本農芸化学会
Journal Title: Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
Volume: 64
Issue: 4
Start Page: 907
End Page: 910
PMID: 10830519
Abstract: During an investigation of the sesquiterpene phases and contents in leaves of several Rosa rugosa hybrids (hybrid rugosas), Martin Frobisher and Vanguard were found to accumulate a large amount of (+)-4-epi-alphabisabolol (1) as a single constituent. Although glandular trichomes of Martin Frobisher on the leaves are dense, this R. rugosa hybrid produces none of the carota-1,4dienaldehyde (2) or bisaborosaol A (3) that are both found as representative sesquiterpenes of the carotane and bisabolane classes, respectively, in a glandular trichome exudate of wild-type R. rugosa. Compound 1 was also apparent as a nearly single constituent detectable by GC in the leaf constituents of Vanguard possesses sparse glandular trichomes on the leaf. Martin Frobisher and Vanguard had likely lost their capability to form carotane-type sesquiterpenes and had also lost their activity to oxygenate the C-7 allyl methyl carbon of compound 1 to convert 3. The presence of (+)-4-epi-alphabisabolol-accumulating R. rugosa hybrids is significant when considering the sesquiterpene biogenesis of Rosa rugosa.
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/45493
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