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CHEMISTRY OF INSECT ANTIFEEDANTS FROM AZADIRACHTA-INDICA .2. CHARACTERIZATION AND STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS OF SOME NOVEL REARRANGED AZADIRACHTINS

LEY, SV; ANDERSON, JC; BLANEY, WM; MORGAN, ED; SHEPPARD, RN; SIMMONDS, MSJ; ... WOOD, A; + view all (1991) CHEMISTRY OF INSECT ANTIFEEDANTS FROM AZADIRACHTA-INDICA .2. CHARACTERIZATION AND STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS OF SOME NOVEL REARRANGED AZADIRACHTINS. TETRAHEDRON , 47 (44) 9231 - 9246.

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Abstract

Several novel rearrangement reactions of the natural product azadirachtin and related derivatives have been characterised using a combination of x-ray crystallographic and high field nmr techniques. The insect antifeedant properties of these and a number of C7 modified compounds have been investigated.

Type:Article
Title:CHEMISTRY OF INSECT ANTIFEEDANTS FROM AZADIRACHTA-INDICA .2. CHARACTERIZATION AND STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS OF SOME NOVEL REARRANGED AZADIRACHTINS
Keywords:LEPIDOPTEROUS LARVAE, CONVERSION, NMR, DECALIN, ETHER
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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