The natural production of organobromine compounds.

@article{Gribble2000TheNP,
  title={The natural production of organobromine compounds.},
  author={Gordon W. Gribble},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2000},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={37-47}
}
Organobromine chemicals are produced naturally by an array of biological and other chemical processes in our environment. Some of these compounds are identical to man-made organobromine compounds, such as methyl bromide, bromoform, and bromophenols, but many others are entirely new moleclar entities, often possessing extraordinary and important biological properties. Although only a few natural organobromine compounds had been discovered up to 1968, this number as of early 1999 is more than 1… CONTINUE READING