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Complete details of the extensive studies on the extraction, structural elucidation, and toxicity of the CI4and CISindanone sesquiterpenoids isolated from the young fronds of bracken fern have been In total the structures of 13* 133 135 J. A, Mlotkiewicz, J . Murray-Rust, P. Murray-Rust, W. Parker, F. G. Riddell, J. S. Roberts, and A. , 1979, 3887. I. Bryson, J. A. Mlotkiewicz, and J. S. , 1979, 3891. K. Yoshihira, M. Fukuoka, M. Kuroyanagi, S. Natori, M. Umeda, T. Morohoshi, M. Enomoto, and M.
M. Suzuki, A. Furusaki, and E. Kurosawa, Tetrahedron, 1979, 35, 823. g. Pb'", TI'", Co"', and Mn"'). *' .. OAc (140) oAc(144) 8o 81 83 84 85 oAc OAC (145) (146) T. Suzuki and E. Kurosawa, Chem. , 1979, 301. I. Ichinose and T. Kato, Chem. , 1979, 61. G . J. Olthof, A . R. Overbeek, N. van der Putten, and H. Schenk, Rec. Trav. Chim. Pays-Bas, 1979, 98, 5 2 . H. Sekizaki, M. Ito, and S. Inoue, Bull. Chem. , 1978, 51, 3663. H. Sekizaki, M. Ito, and S. Inoue, Bull. Chem. , 1978,51, 2439. H. Sekizaki, M.
The structures (125) and (126) have been assigned by this method to obtusane and isofurocaespitane respectively. 6 c1 Scheme 24 74 75 A. G . Gonzalez, J. D. Martin, V. S. Martin, M. Martinez-Ripoll, and J. , 1979,2717. A. G. Gonzalez, J. D. Martin, V. S. Martin, and M. , 1979, 2719. 23 Sesquiterpen oids Br Br‘ (125) I Br constituent of Laurencia perforata. 76 Two related compounds, guadalupol (128) and epiguadalupol (129), have been ~~ identified as metabolites of Laurencia snyderiae var. ~~ Suzuki et ~ 1 .
A review of the literature published between September 1978 and August 1979 by J R Hanson; Royal Society of Chemistry