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Type: Artigo
Title: Effect of accessions and environment conditions on coumarin, O-Coumaric and Kaurenoic acids levels of Mikania laevigata
Author: Agostini-Costa, Tania da Silveira
Gomes, Ismael Silva
Marques Fonseca, Maira Christina
Alonso, Araci Molnar
Alves Pereira, Rita de Cassia
Montanari Junior, Ilio
da Silva, Joseane Padilha
Soares Pereira, Ana Maria
da Silva, Dijalma Barbosa
Vieira, Roberto Fontes
Artimonte Vaz, Ana Paula
Abstract: Coumarin, o-coumaric, and kaurenoic acid are bioactive compounds usually found in the leaves of Mikania laevigata. Genetic and environmental variations in the secondary metabolites of plants may have implications for their biological effects. Three different accessions of M. laevigata cultivated in four sites between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn in Brazil were evaluated aiming to present potential raw materials and discuss relationships among these three bioactive compounds. The results revealed effects of plant accessions and environmental factors and suggested two contrasting chemical phenotypes of M. laevigata. The first phenotype presented the highest levels of kaurenoic acid (2283 +/- 316 mg/100 g) besides lower levels of coumarin (716 +/- 61 mg/100 g), which was also stimulated by the environment and mild climate at the site nearest to the Tropic of Capricorn. The other phenotype presented the lowest levels of kaurenoic acid (137 +/- 17 mg/100 g) besides higher levels of coumarin (1362 +/- 108 mg/100 g), which was also stimulated by the environment and tropical climate at the site nearest to the Equatorial beach
Subject: Asteraceae
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Georg Thieme Verlag
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1055/s-0042-108339
Address: https://www.thieme-connect.de/products/ejournals/abstract/10.1055/s-0042-108339
Date Issue: 2016
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