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Question 1:
What is the chemical name of Tryptamine (IUPAC)
2--1-methyl-ethylamine
Heptanoic acid
1-ethoxy-4-[2-methyl-1-propan-2-yl]benzene
2-ethanamine

Question 2: The tryptamine backbone can also be identified as part of the structure of some more complex compounds, for example: ________, ibogaine and yohimbine.
DextrorphanMDMALysergic acid diethylamideDextromethorphan

Question 3: Arylcyclohexylamines: DieticyclidineEsketamineEticyclidineGacyclidine________NeramexanePhencyclidineRolicyclidineTenocyclidineTiletamine;
DizocilpineKetamineAmitriptylineDextromethorphan

Question 4: Prominent examples include ________ (from "magic mushrooms") and DMT (from numerous plant sources, e.g.
Lysergic acid diethylamideIbogaineMDMAPsilocybin

Question 5: chacruna, often used in ________ brews).
Psychedelics, dissociatives and deliriantsAyahuascaDimethyltryptamineMDMA

Question 6: [3] Higher concentrations can be found in many ________ species.
South AfricaAlbiziaAcaciaFabaceae

Question 7: Tryptamine is a monoamine alkaloid found in plants, fungi, and ________.
BilateriaCnidariaCtenophoraAnimal

Question 8: This group includes many biologically active compounds, including ________ and psychedelic drugs.
NeuromodulationNeurotransmitterDopamineOxytocin

Question 9: Tryptamine alkaloids found in fungi, plants and ________ are commonly used by humans for their psychotropic effects.
AnimalBilateriaCnidariaCtenophora

Question 10: It is based around the indole ring structure, and is chemically related to the ________ tryptophan, from which its name is derived.
Amino acid synthesisAmino acidL-DOPAMetabolism
















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