HALOGENATION IN THE RHODOPHYTA1,2 A REVIEW

@inproceedings{Fenical1975HALOGENATIONIT,
  title={HALOGENATION IN THE RHODOPHYTA1,2 A REVIEW},
  author={William Fenical},
  year={1975}
}
SUMMARY The halogens—chlorine, bromine and iodine—play an important, role in the biochemical processes of marine red algae. Recent studies show that various species from at least 5 orders of the Rhodophyta possess the unique ability to synthesize organic halogen-containing compounds which are derived from seawater components. A variety of substances have been reported, with various structures from simple aliphatic halo-ketones and brominated phenols to more sophisticated mono-, sesqui- and… CONTINUE READING

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