Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe / Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products by C.W.J. ChangFortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe / Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products by C.W.J. Chang

Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe / Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural…

Contribution byC.W.J. Chang, H. Greger, O. Hofer

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Sulfur-Containing Amides from Glycosmis Species (Rutaceae) (O. Hofer, H. Greger): Introduction; Isolation and Structure Elucidation; Methylthiopropenoic Acid Amides; Methylsulfinylpropenoic Acid Amides; Methylsulfonylpropenoic Acid Amides; Methylthiocarbonic Acid Amides; Synthesis of Biogenic Sulfur-Containing Amides; Biological Activity; Biosynthesis, Chemotaxonomy of the Genus Glycosmis within the Family Rutaceae; Appendix: Sulfur-Containing Bisamides from Aglaia Species (Meliaceae); References.- Naturally Occuring Isocyano/Isothiocyanato and related compounds (C. W. J. Chang): Introduction; Monoterpene Indole Alkaloids from Blue-Green Algae; Marine Diterpenes from Sponges; Marine Sesquiterpenes from Sponges; Uncommon Marine Analogs; Other Terrestrial Compounds; Biogenesis and Biosynthesis; Discussion and Summary; Acknowledgment; References; Addendum.Beachten: 'Glycosmis' kursiv schreiben!!!
Title:Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe / Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural…Format:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:August 23, 2000Publisher:Springer ViennaLanguage:English

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Naturally Occurring Isocyano/Isothiocyanato and Related Compounds.- 1. Introduction.- 1.1. Occurrence and Distribution.- 1.2. Nomenclature and Structural Representation.- 1.3. Isolation and Identification.- 1.3.1. Physical and Chemical Properties.- 1.3.2. Spectral Characterization.- 2. Monoterpene Indole Alkaloids from Blue-Green Algae.- 2.1. C21-Compounds.- 2.1.1. Hapalindolcs.- 2.1. 1. 1. Tetracyclic Hapalindoles 1.- 2.1.1.2. Tricyclic Hapalindoles 1.- 2.1.2. Fischerindoles.- 2.2. Oxindoles and Modified Oxygenated C'21-Indoles.- 2.2.1. Hapaloxindoles.- 2.2.2. Hapalonamides.- 2.2.3. Hapalindolinones.- 2.2.4. Welwitindolinoncs.- 2.3. C26-Indole Alkaloids.- 2.3.1. Ambiguine Isonitriles.- 2.4. Reactions of Hapalindoles.- 2.5. Syntheses of Hapalindolcs.- 3. Marine Diterpenes from Sponges.- 3.1. Acyclics.- 3.2. Kalihinanes.- 3.2.1. Kalihinols from Actin/he/hi Sponges.- 3.2.2. Tetrahydropyrans.- 3.2.3. Tetrahydrofurans.- 3.2.4. Dihydropyrans.- 3.3. Amphilectanes.- 3.3.1. Isocyanoditcrpencs from Crnihastela hooperi.- 3.3.2. Amphilectanes.- 3.3.3. Cycloamphilectanes.- 3.3.4. Isocycloamphilectanes.- 3.3.5. Veo-and "Prc"-amphilcctadicncs.- 3.4. Diterpene Syntheses.- 4. Marine Sesquiterpenes from Sponges.- 4.1. Skeletal Types.- 4.2. The Triads from Axinella cannabina.- 4.3. Sesquiterpenoid Compounds.- 4.3.1. Axanes.- 4.3.2. Aromadendranes.- 4.3.3. Eudesmanes.- 4.3.4. Cadinanes.- 4.3.5. Epimaalianes.- 4.3.6. Spiroaxanes.- 4.3.7. Bisbolanes.- 4.3.8. Guaiane-Types.- 4.3.9. Pupukeanane-Types.- 4.4. Sesquiterpene Syntheses.- 5. Uncommon Marine Analogs.- 5.1. Carbonimidic Dichloride Terpenes.- 5.2. Isothiocyanato and Thiocyanato Nonterpenoids.- 5.2.1. Ascidians.- 5.2.2. Sponges.- 5.3. Marine Cyanides.- 6. Other Terrestrial Compounds.- 6.1. Isocyanides from Lower Organisms.- 6.1.1. Xanthocillins.- 6.1.2. Cyclopentanes.- 6.1.2.1. Dermadin-Types 12.- 6.1.2.2. Trichoviridin-Types 12.- 6.2. Other Terrestrial Isocyanides.- 6.3. Other Terrestrial Analogs.- 6.4. Syntheses of Terrestrial Isocyanides.- 7. Biogenesis and Biosynthesis.- 7.1. Monoterpene Indole Alkaloids.- 7.2. Diterpenes.- 7.3. Sesquiterpenes.- 7.4. Other Terrestrial Isocyanides and Isothiocyanates.- 8. Discussion and Summary.- Addendum.- Acknowledgment.- References.- Sulfur-Containing Amides from Glycosmis Species (Rutaceae).- I. Introduction.- 2. Isolation and Structure Elucidation.- 2.1. Analytical HPLC and Preparative MPLC.- 2.2. Structure Elucidation and Stereochemistry.- 3. Methylthiopropenoic Acid Amides.- 4. Methylsulfinylpropenoic Acid Amides.- 5. Methylsulfonylpropenoic Acid Amides.- 5.1. p-Prenyloxyphenethylamides.- 5.2. O-Geranyltyramides.- 5.3. p-O-Geranyldopamides.- 5.4. 13-Hydroxy-O-geranyltyramides.- 6. Methylthiocarbonic Acid Amides.- 7. Synthesis of Biogenic Sulfur-Containing Amides.- 8. Biological Activity.- 9. Biosynthesis.- 10. Chemotaxonomy.- Appendix: Sulfur-Containing Bisamides from Aglaia Species (Meliaceae).- References.- Author Index.