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Synthesis of Pesticides Chemical Structure and Biological Activity Natural Products with Biological Activity

Symposia Papers Presented at the Fourth International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry, Zurich, Switzerland, July 24-28, 1978

1st Edition - January 1, 1979

Editors: H. Geissbühler, G. T. Brooks, P. C. Kearney

Language: English
eBook ISBN:
9 7 8 - 1 - 4 8 3 2 - 7 8 5 1 - 3

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Advances in Pesticide Science, Part 2: Synthesis of Pesticides, Chemical Structure and Biological Activity, Natural Products with Biological Activity is a collection of papers presented at the Fourth International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry, held in Zurich, Switzerland on July 24-28, 1978. This book is composed of forty eight chapters, and begins with the synthesis of pesticides. The succeeding chapters deal with heterocyclic synthesis by rearrangement, synthesis and transformations of nitrogen and sulphurcontaining bicyclic heterocyclic systems. These topics are followed by discussions on synthesis of bmc-analogous n-heterocycles from 1,2-, 1,3-, 1,4-, and 1,5- diamines. Other chapters describe the synthesis and herbicidal activity of 4-acylpyrazole derivatives, the synthesis and properties of plant growth regulators, the carboxyphenyl derivatives of five and six membered heterocycles and potential phosphorus-containing intermediates for the synthesis of pesticides. The final chapters consider the influence of antagonistic fungi on the spore-formation of rust fungi. This book will prove useful to agriculturists and organic chemists.