Semiochemicals – Synthesis, Stereochemistry, and Bioactivity

@inproceedings{Mori1998SemiochemicalsS,
  title={Semiochemicals – Synthesis, Stereochemistry, and Bioactivity},
  author={Kenji Mori},
  year={1998}
}
  • Kenji Mori
  • Published 1998
  • Chemistry
  • The syntheses of some new pheromones and other semiochemicals is reported. The target molecules are the pheromone (20) of a myxobacterium, a plant germination stimulant [sorgolactone (22a)], a plant leaf-closing factor [phyllanthurinolactone (24a)], the pheromone [stegobiol (25) and stegobinone (26)] of the drugstore beetle, and the pheromone [frontalin (27)] of the southern pine beetle. Like other natural products, semiochemicals are not always enantiomerically pure, and their enantiomeric… CONTINUE READING

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