(+/-)-ANABASINE - CAS 40774-73-0
Category:
Main Product
Product Name:
(+/-)-ANABASINE
Catalog Number:
40774-73-0
Synonyms:
(R,S)-3-(2-PIPERIDINYL)PYRIDINE; (R,S)-ANABASINE; NEONICOTINE; TIMTEC-BB SBB000142; 3-PIPERIDIN-2-YLPYRIDINE; AKOS 215-93
CAS Number:
40774-73-0
Molecular Weight:
162.23
Molecular Formula:
C10H14N2
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Canonical SMILES:
C1CCNC(C1)C2=CN=CC=C2
InChI:
InChI=1S/C10H14N2/c1-2-7-12-10(5-1)9-4-3-6-11-8-9/h3-4,6,8,10,12H,1-2,5,7H2
InChIKey:
MTXSIJUGVMTTMU-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Chemical Structure
CAS 40774-73-0 (+/-)-ANABASINE

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The impact of consuming biologically active compounds is often dose-dependent, where small quantities can be medicinal while larger doses are toxic. The consumption of plant secondary compounds can be toxic to herbivores in large doses, but can also improve survival in parasitized herbivores. In addition, recent studies have found that consuming nectar secondary compounds may decrease parasite loads in pollinators. However, the effect of compound dose on bee survival and parasite loads has not been assessed. To determine how secondary compound consumption affects survival and pathogen load in Bombus impatiens, we manipulated the presence of a common gut parasite, Crithidia bombi, and dietary concentration of anabasine, a nectar alkaloid produced by Nicotiana spp. using four concentrations naturally observed in floral nectar. We hypothesized that increased consumption of secondary compounds at concentrations found in nature would decrease survival of uninfected bees, but improve survival and ameliorate parasite loads in infected bees.