By Kenji Mori
Content material: creation : biofunctional molecules and natural synthesis -- Synthesis of phytohormones, phytoalexins, and different biofunctional molecules of plant foundation -- Synthesis of insect bioregulators except pheromones -- Synthesis of pheromones -- Synthesis of biofunctional molecules of microbial starting place -- Synthesis of marine bioregulators, medicinals and similar compounds -- man made exam of incorrectly proposed constructions of biomolecules -- end : technology as a human recreation
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Preparation of B, however, depended on not synthesis but degradation of gibberellin A3 . The present synthesis of gibberellin C was therefore a partial synthesis, not a total synthesis. In the past, there were many partial syntheses of complicated natural products owing to our incapability to achieve de novo synthesis of the intermediates (relay compounds). Nowadays, there exist only very few partial syntheses, and almost all the syntheses are total syntheses. Since 1964, I concentrated my efforts to synthesize B from epigibberic acid, and also to connect all the intermediates from xylene to gibberellin A4 on a single line.
25 Synthesis of homodolicholide and homodolichosterone. , Ltd bromide yielded a mixture of (±)-I and J and K, which was separated by silica-gel chromatography. 6% yield was crystalline, and its structure could be solved by X-ray crystallographic analysis, as depicted in K. The tetraacetates J and K were deacetylated by treatment with potassium cyanide in methanol to give 41 and 41 , respectively. As byproducts, 41 and 41 were also obtained. All the glucosides 41, 41 , 41 and 41 were amorphous. The acetate J of phyllanthrinolactone (41) was also amorphous.
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