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Plant Atropa bella-donna (Solanaceae)

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Common name(s)
Belladonna
How used
Medicinal

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# Activity Chemical Name Part Low PPM High PPM StdDev *Reference
0 ALKALOIDS Leaf 1000.0 12000.0 0.20 *
0 ALKALOIDS Root 4000.0 8800.0 -0.49 *
2 APOATROPINE Plant -- -- -- *
2 ASPARAGINE Root -- -- -- *
0 ATROPAMINE Root -- -- -- *
0 ATROPAMINE Leaf -- -- -- *
51 ATROPINE Root -- -- -- *
1 BELLADONNINE Leaf -- -- -- *
1 BELLADONNINE Root -- -- -- *
0 BELLARIDINE Plant -- -- -- *
20 CHOLINE Root -- -- -- *
0 CUSCOHYGRINE Root -- -- -- *
0 DELTA-N-METHYLORNITHINE Plant -- -- -- *
30 ESCULETIN Plant -- -- -- *
0 HELLARADINE Root -- 20.0 -- *
7 HOMATROPINE Root -- -- -- *
27 HYOSCYAMINE Root 2000.0 8712.0 1.80 *
0 KAEMPFEROL-7-GLUCOSIDE-3-RHAMNOGALACTOSIDE Leaf -- -- -- *
0 KAEMPFEROL-7-GLUCOSIDE-3-RHAMNOGLUCOSIDE Leaf -- -- -- *
0 L-HYOSCYAMINE Root 3080.0 7656.0 -- *
*Unless otherwise noted all references are to Duke, James A. 1992. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton, FL. CRC Press.