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Iridoids

Iridoids are a type of monoterpenoids found in a wide variety of plants and some animals. They are biosynthetically derived from 8-oxogeranial and are typically found in plants as glycosides, most often bound to glucose. Structurally, they are bicyclic cis-fused cyclopentane-pyrans. The iridoids produced by plants act primarily as a defence against herbivores or against infection by microorganisms. The variable checkerspot butterfly gets iridoids in his diet and they act as a defence mechanism against avian predators. Humans and other mammals often perceive the iridoids as having a deterrent bitter taste.

 

Code Cas No Product Description
FA146492 21018-84-8

Amarogentin

MA08296 479-98-1

Aucubin

MC08278 2415-24-9

Catalpol

MC06905 6736-85-2

Catalposide

FE65796 76994-07-5

Euphroside

FG40477 27741-01-1

geniposidic acid

MG45064 1399-49-1

Globularin

MM73958 25406-64-8

Morroniside

FO65111 32619-42-4

Oleuropein

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FS145270 29836-27-9

Shanzhiside

FS65452 64421-28-9

Shanzhiside methyl ester

FS73846 14215-86-2

Sweroside

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