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Noun1.Amaryllidaceae - snowdropAmaryllidaceae - snowdrop; narcissus; daffodil; in some classification systems considered a subfamily of the Liliaceae
liliid monocot family - family of monocotyledonous plants of the subclass Liliidae; mostly herbs usually with petaloid sepals and petals and compound pistils
Liliales, order Liliales - an order of monocotyledonous plants including Amaryllidaceae and Liliaceae and Iridaceae
amaryllis - bulbous plant having showy white to reddish flowers
genus Amaryllis - type genus of the Amaryllidaceae; bulbous flowering plants of southern Africa
Bomarea, genus Bomarea - large genus of tropical American vines having showy often spotted umbellate flowers; sometimes placed in family Liliaceae especially subfamily Alstroemeriaceae
genus Haemanthus, Haemanthus - genus of African deciduous or evergreen bulbous herbs: blood lilies
genus Hippeastrum - bulbous flowering plants of tropical America
genus Narcissus - Old World perennial bulbous herbs
genus Strekelia, Strekelia - a monocotyledonous genus of the amaryllis family
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Regardless of interesting pioneer works, little is known about Amaryllidaceae alkaloids that have shown promising anti-cancer activities.
Among these isoquinoline alkaloids, the Amaryllidaceae alkaloids represent a large and ever expanding group.
Alfred Bader Award for his work on the development of enantioselective synthetic methods, bacterial dioxygenase-mediated degradation of aromatics, design and synthesis of fluorinated inhalation anesthetic agents, synthesis of morphine and amaryllidaceae alkaloids and their medicinally useful derivatives, and design of unnatural oligo-saccharide conjugates with new molecular properties.
Keywords: Acetylcholinesterase Amaryllidaceae alkaloids Ellman
The structures elucidation, the strategies and developed methodology to synthesize Amaryllidaceae alkaloids have been motivated by their diverse and important pharmacological properties (Magnus et at.
Others biological activities have been established for the Amaryllidaceae alkaloids, including antimalarial, antiviral and anticholinesterase.
Other Amaryllidaceae alkaloids such as assoanine [4], epinorgalantamine [5], oxoassoanine [6], sanguinine [7], 11-hydroxygalantamine [8] have also been reported to possess AChE activity (Lopez et al.