Dendrobium crepidatum

(Pictured above - Dendrobium nobile, the species, not a hybrid) This section is the type section for the entire genus in which Dendrobium moniliforme is considered the type species. Most of the plants of this section are epiphytes or lithophytes that are found in low to moderate elevations in areas ranging from India through southeast Asia

Molecular characterization of Dendrobium nobile Lindl., an endangered medicinal orchid, based on randomly amplified polymorphic DNA P Bhattacharyya, S Kumaria Plant Systematics and Evolution 301 (1), 201-210 , 2014 U.S. National Plant Germplasm System COVID-19 Update, March 23, 2020: Shipments may be delayed extensively.Before requesting germplasm, scientists should consider their capacity to receive it. Dendrobium is the second largest genus in the family of Orchidaceae [1, 2]. More than 70 species of Dendrobium are found in China [3]. The stems of some dendrobiums, including D. Huoshanense, D. Officinale,D. Moniliforme, D. Loddigesii,andD. Crepidatum,areabundantinactivecom-pounds,especiallyinpolysaccharides[4],andhavebeenused A pair of racemic indolizidine enantiomers, ( )-homocrepidine A (1), and a piperidine derivative, homocrepidine B (2), were isolated from Dendrobium crepidatum along with the known alkaloid crepidine (3). The racemic mixture of 1 was separated into a pair of enantiomers, (+)-1 and (−)-1, by HPLC using a chiral chromatographic substrate, which represents the first successful example of Paperity: the 1st multidisciplinary aggregator of Open Access journals & papers. Free fulltext PDF articles from hundreds of disciplines, all in one place