Structures of Oryzalides A and B, and Oryzalic Acid A, a Group of Novel Antimicrobial Diterpenes, Isolated from Healthy Leaves of a Bacterial Leaf Blight-resistant Cultivar of Rice Plant(Organic Chemistry)
Oryzalides A and B, and oryzalic acid A, which were isolated from healthy flag leaves of abacterial leaf blight-resistant cultivar of rice plant as a group of novel antimicrobial compounds, wereconfirmed by chemical and spectroscopic studies to be enf-kaurane (C_<19> and C_<20>) or enf-kaurene(C_<19>) analogues, i.e., oryzalide A, ent-15α,16-epoxy-lβ-hydroxy-2-oxa-kauran-3-one; B, ent-1β,15α-dihydroxy-2-oxa-16-kauren-3-one; and oryzalic acid A, ent-15α,16-epoxy-2,3-secokauran-2,3-dioic acid.
Agricultural and biological chemistry
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Agricultural and biological chemistry 55(3), 803-811, 1991-03-23
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Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry
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