Comprehensive Medicinal Plant Database

Plant data

Latin nameGlehnia littoralis Fr. Schmidt ex Miquel
Family nameUmbelliferae
Common name
Growing data 
Class of ColdnessLight Condition
Class of WarmnessClass of Soil
Preference of Soil
Requirement of Shading
Photo libraryPhoto library
Yuan, Z. et al., Glycosides from Glehnia littoralis. Shenyang Yaoke Daxue Xuebao (2002), 19(3), 183-185, 217.
Hata, K. et al., Stimulating activity of F-gitonin, a steroidal saponin from Hosta sieboldiana on human neutrophils-like cells. Natural Medicines (2002), 56(4), 153-156.
Ishikawa, T. et al., Water-soluble constituents of Glehnia littoralis fruit. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (2001), 49(5), 584-588.
Nakano, Y. et al., Antiproliferative constituents in Umbelliferae plants. II. Screening for polyacetylenes in some Umbelliferae plants, and isolation of panaxynol and falcarindiol from the root of Heracleum moellendorffii. Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (1998), 21(3), 257-261.
Matsuura, H. et al., Antibacterial and antifungal polyyne compounds from Glehnia littoralis. Planta Medica (1996), 62(3), 256-259.
Sasaki, H. et al., The constituents of Glehnia littoralis Fr. Schmidt et Miq. Structure of a new coumarin glycoside, osthenol-7-O-β -gentiobioside. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (1980), 28(6), 1847-52.
Crude drug
Cultured tissue and efficient propagation
Plant culture and efficient production method
Sakuyo hyohon
Transcriptome, Genomics etc.
Red list data
Resource data
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