Amaryllidaceae

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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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Pharmacological effects of Amaryllidaceae alkaloids fueled clinical studies to use them and their synthetic derivatives in developing anti-tumor (17) and anti-Alzheimer's therapeutics.
Chemical and biological aspects of Amaryllidaceae alkaloids.
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.
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.