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Quinolizidine alkaloids, such as nupharine and related chemicals, can be found in Nymphaea lotus and other species in the family Nymphaeaceae. Quinolizidine alkaloids are also found in genistoid legumes.
- Synthesis: Edwards, P. D.; Meyers, A. I. (1984). "A Convenient Synthesis of 1-Azabicycloalkanes and their Lactams via Cuprates of Formamidines". Tetrahedron Letters. 25 (9): 939–942. doi:10.1016/S0040-4039(01)80067-8.
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