Synthesis and Testing of Compounds That Inhibit Soybean Cyst Nematode Egg HatchJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
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AbstractSoybean cyst nematode infestation continues to be a serious agricultural problem. As part of an interdisciplinary effort to identify a biorational solution to the problem, analogs of glycinoeclepin A, a natural hatching stimulus of the nematode, were prepared and tested. Several of the analogs were discovered to inhibit the hatching of soybean cyst nematode eggs. On the basis of the results of egg hatch tests, the minimum functionality for egg hatch inhibition appears to be a keto diacid.
Copyright OwnerAmerican Chemical Society
Citation InformationGeorge A. Kraus, Steven J. Vander Louw, Gregory L. Tylka and David H. Soh. "Synthesis and Testing of Compounds That Inhibit Soybean Cyst Nematode Egg Hatch" Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Vol. 44 Iss. 6 (1996) p. 1548 - 1550
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