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Sex pheromone biosynthesis in mamestra-brassicae l (lepidoptera, noctuidae) - stereochemistry of the delta(11) desaturation

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Boland, W., Frossl, C., Schottler, M., & Toth, M. (1993). Sex pheromone biosynthesis in mamestra-brassicae l (lepidoptera, noctuidae) - stereochemistry of the delta(11) desaturation. Journal of the Chemical Society - Series Chemical Communications, (14), 1155-1157.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0012-9EDC-1
Abstract
(11S,12R)-and (11R,12S)-[H-2(14)]palmitic acids 1 are converted in the pheromone gland of the moth Mamestra brassicae into the [H-2(11)]- or [H-2(13)]-hexadec-11-enyl acetates 2 by a formal syn-elimination of the C(11)-H(R) and C(12)-H(R) hydrogen atoms