Cyclobotryoxide, a phytotoxic metabolite produced by the plurivorous pathogen Neofusicoccum australe.

  title={Cyclobotryoxide, a phytotoxic metabolite produced by the plurivorous pathogen Neofusicoccum australe.},
  author={A. Andolfi and L. Maddau and A. Cimmino and B. T. Linaldeddu and A. Franceschini and S. Serra and S. Basso and D. Melck and A. Evidente},
  journal={Journal of natural products},
  volume={75 10},
  • A. Andolfi, L. Maddau, +6 authors A. Evidente
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Journal of natural products
  • Two isolates of Neofusicoccum australe belonging to ITS haplotypes H4 and H1 and associated with grapevine cordon dieback and branch dieback of Phoenicean juniper, respectively, have been shown to produce in vitro structurally different secondary metabolites. From the strain BOT48 of N. australe (haplotype H4) a new cyclohexenone oxide, namely, cyclobotryoxide, was isolated together with 3-methylcatechol and tyrosol. Cyclobotryoxide was characterized as (1S,5R,6S)-5-hydroxy-3-methoxy-4-methyl-7… CONTINUE READING
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