Compound Name Callislignan A (1) It was isolated as a yellowish gum.

Its molecular Formula of C19H2O4


67.84. H-3) and oxy-methine protons (H 4. H-6).85. 7-OH. J = 8. Inspection of 1H NMR spectroscopic data in Combination with COSY correlations indicated that 1 contained resonances assigned to two meta coupled aromatic protons (H 6. H 6. dd. H-2) that were trans coupled (9. H 5.At 3392 cm_1 . d. a Hz) (Li et al. an aliphatic methyl doublet (H 1. J = aromatic methoxyl group (H 3. dq. H 7.2. H-5''.8.97.63. H-1' . H 6.26. 1. dd.4. methine (H3.6 Hz) that was vicinal to H-3.94.4. d.03.23. 3'' –OCH3) and two phenolic Protons (H 7. d. dq.65. J = 1.. 4'' -OH).4-trisubstituted phenyl group (H 6.76 d. a (E)-propenyl group (H 6. H-2''). H1.H1997). H-6''and H 7. Callislignan B . H-4.8. H-3'). J = 8. H-2'.77.

The H NMR spectrum (Table 2) contained resonances that were assigned to two 1. and ring B: H 6. A doublet at H 4.86 ( oxymethine proton (H-8) and a methyl proton (8- .H-6) H 6.09 were assigned to a benzylic oxymethine proton (H-7).05 and a doublet at H 1.H-2').90(d.H-2).H-6').74 (dd.65.H-5') H 6.2. H 6. H-5). a quartet of doublets at H 4.4-trisubstituted phenyl groups (ring A: H 6.81 (d.96 (d. H 6.93(d.

0.threo.85 (dd.CH3).J=3. The presence of a (E)-propenyl group was assigned from signals at H 6.4) revealed that the propenyl side chain was attracted to ring B and was para to C-4'.A methoxyl group which resonated at H 3.Analysis of COSY correlations and coupling constants indicated that H-7 was vicinal to H-8 and their mutual coupling constant of 8.8).H-9').0 Hz. 1990).4 Hz suggested that these two protons possessed a threo-relative configuration (lit.An HMBC correlation between H-8 and C-4' (C 144.H-2 and H-5 and C3(c146.4) and C-7 (C 78.88 was attached at C-3 of ring A since HMBC correlations were observed between 3-OCH3.9) suggested that An ether bond between C-8 and C-4' linked the two benzylpropanoid groups.86 (dq.30(dq.3) and between H-7 and C-2 (c 113. H 6. Two 3JCH correlations from both H-2' and H-6' to C-4' (c 144.erythro)(Conserva et al. J=8.respectively..H-7'). Betulinic Acid .4) and C-7'(C 130. H-8') and H 1.Accordingly the structure was identified as threo-1-(4hoydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl)-2-(2-hydrox y-4-(E)propenylphenoxy-1propanol.2) and C-6 (c 118.

652.0.5 Hz)].5 Hz)].4 Hz)] and [H :4 . J=9.(C30H48 O3 ).966.749. H : J=0. an exomethylene group [H :4.5.0. 6.Betulinic acid: colourless solid. 295-298 °C.158 (dd.j=0.900.947 ( ddd.4 Hz)].659(1h. melting point. J= 0.vinyl methyl [H: 1. The H1 NMR [H: 0.0.d.0.649].0 Hz.J=9. Another data: Another compound: Betulin .557( H1.a secondary carbinol [H: 3.0. d.671 9br d.977 and 1.5.0 Hz)] and [H: 2.6.This H1 NMR data (CDCL3) and TLC analysis were in agreement with the data obtained for betulinic acid.

Another Compound: Betulonic acid 2.)another compound .

Lup 20(29)-en-3β-ol Another data: Lup 20(29)-en-3β-ol .

3β-Lup-20(29)-en-3-yl acetate (2): . (3). .

Alphitolic acid .

Oleanic Acid Another compound: .

Ursolic Acid .

Another data of Ursolic Acid Another compound: .

Morolic acid 3-O-caffeate signal overlapping] .

Next 3 compound solvent system is pyridine: 30-hydroxyalphitolic acid .

Morolic acid 3-O-caffeate Number 8 compound Urosilic acid 3-O-caffeate Compound no 9 .

dd.8 Hz. H-7'). J= 15.0Hz. CD3OD) δ:7.52 (1H. J = 2. d.03 (1H.Arjunolic acid: . H-1').94 (1H. d. 7. J = 2.Pyracrenic acid: Pyracrenic acid (2) 1H-NMR (400 MHz. 6.Next 4 compounds solvent system is Methanol 1.

Catechin: .3.

5.Piceatannol .