1. Flavonoids from two Turkish Centaurea species and their chemotaxonomic implications

Sharmeen Uddin; Lillian Alnsour; Peter Segun; Huseyin Servi; Sezgin Celik; R. Süleyman Göktürk; Afaf Al-Groshi; Shaymaa Al-Majmaie; Stephanie T. Guetchueng; Lutfun Nahar; Nicola M. Dempster; Fyaz M. D. Ismail; Kenneth J. Ritchie; Satyajit D. Sarker

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 243-248

Abstract
  Centaurea asutro-anatolica Hub.-Mor. and C. kizildaghensis Uzunh., E. Doğan & H. Duman, two indigenous perennial herbs from the Turkish flora, belong to the medicinally important genus Centaurea L. (fam: Asteraceae), which comprises ca. 600 species worldwide. While various Centaurea species are ...  Read More

Flavonoids from two Turkish <i>Centaurea</i> species and their chemotaxonomic implications