Glycosides Quiz

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Cardiac glycosides are known for their antipyretic activities

False

Glycosides can only be linked by an O-glycosidic bond

False

Baljet's test and Keller Kiliani's test are used for qualitative identification of Cardiac glycosides

True

Cardiac glycosides are found in plants such as digitalis

True

Quantitative assay for Cardiac glycosides can be performed using UV spectroscopy

True

Cardiac glycosides are known for their ______ activities

cardiotonic

Qualitative tests for Cardiac Glycosides: ⬣ Baljet’s test ⬣ Keller kiliani’s test 2- Quantitative assay for Cardiac glycosides using ______ spectroscopy

UV

In a dry test, ______ can be linked by an O- (an O-glycoside), N- (a glycosylamine), S(a thioglycoside), or C- (a C-glycoside) glycosidic bond

glycosides

Quantitative assay for Cardiac glycosides using UV spectroscopy

3

Glycosides are molecules in which a sugar portion (called Glycone) is bound to another functional group (called AGLYCONE) via a ______ bond

glycosidic

Study Notes

Cardiac Glycosides

  • Cardiac glycosides are known for their antipyretic activities
  • Found in plants such as digitalis
  • Qualitative identification can be performed using Baljet's test and Keller Kiliani's test
  • Quantitative assay can be performed using UV spectroscopy

Glycosides

  • Can be linked by an O-, N-, S-, or C- glycosidic bond
  • Consist of a sugar portion (glycone) bound to another functional group (aglycone) via a glycosidic bond

Test your knowledge of phytochemistry with this quiz on Glycosides. Explore the definition, structure, and properties of glycosides, and enhance your understanding of phytochemical compounds.

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