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      Review of strobilurin fungicide chemicals

      Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B

      Informa UK Limited

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          The strobilurins--new antifungal antibiotics from the basidiomycete Strobilurus tenacellus.

          The strobilurins are two antifungal antibiotics which were isolated from the mycelium of Strobilurus tenacellus strain No. 21602. The strobilurins A and B are highly active against yeasts and filamentous fungi. In vitro antitumor activity was tested using cells of the ascitic form of EHRLICH carcinoma. The strobilurins strongly inhibited the incorporation of radioactive leucine, uridine, and thymidine into the acid-insoluble fraction of cells (protein, RNA, and DNA). The molecular formulas as determined by high resolution mass spectrometry are C16H18O3 for strobilurin A and C17H19C1O4 for strobilurin B.
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            Kresoxim - methyl: Modification of a Naturally Occurring Compound to Produce a New Fungicide

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              Antibiotics from basidiomycetes. XVIII. Strobilurin C and oudemansin B, two new antifungal metabolites from Xerula species (Agaricales).

              Two new antifungal (E)-beta-methoxyacrylates, strobilurin C and oudemansin B, were isolated from cultures of Xerula longipes and Xerula melanotricha. Their structures were elucidated by spectroscopic methods. Both antibiotics inhibit the growth of a wide variety of saprophytic and phytopathogenic fungi at very low concentrations. Like strobilurins A, B, and oudemansin A the new metabolites are potent inhibitors of respiration.
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                Journal
                Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B
                Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B
                Informa UK Limited
                0360-1234
                1532-4109
                May 07 2007
                May 07 2007
                : 42
                : 4
                : 441-451
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                10.1080/03601230701316465
                33926327-f724-4b5f-9569-1a30665474af
                © 2007

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