By Clemens Lamberth, J?rgen Dinges
The chemistry of heterocycles is a vital department of natural chemistry. this can be when you consider that a number of average products,
e. g. hormones, antibiotics, supplementations, and so on. are composed of heterocyclic constructions. usually, those compounds convey good points and are
as a result utilized as prescribed drugs to regard illnesses or as pesticides, herbicides or fungicides in crop safeguard. This quantity provides very important agrochemicals. all the 21 chapters covers in a concise demeanour one classification of heterocycles, sincerely dependent as follows:
* Structural formulation of most crucial examples (market products)
*Short heritage of background or discovery
* average syntheses of vital examples
* Mode of action
* attribute organic activity
* Structure-activity relationship
* extra chemistry details (e.g. extra changes, substitute syntheses, metabolic pathways, etc.)
A helpful one-stop reference resource for researchers in academia and in addition to for graduate scholars with occupation aspirations in the
Chapter 1 the importance of Heterocycles for prescription drugs and Agrochemicals* (pages 1–20): Dr. Clemens Lamberth and Dr. Jurgen Dinges
Chapter 2 Triazine Herbicides (pages 21–38): Andrew J. F. Edmunds
Chapter three Pyrimidinyl and Triazinylsulfonylurea Herbicides (pages 39–50): Mary Ann Hanagan and Atul Puri
Chapter four Acetohydroxyacid Synthase Inhibiting Triazolopyrimidine Herbicides (pages 51–60): Timothy C. Johnson, Richard ok. Mann, Paul R. Schmitzer and Roger E. Gast
Chapter five HPPD?Inhibiting Benzoylpyrazole Herbicides (pages 61–68): Matthias Witschel
Chapter 6 Pyridyloxyphenoxypropionate Herbicides: Inhibitors of Acetyl?CoA Carboxylase (pages 69–82): William G. Whittingham
Chapter 7 Imidazolinone Herbicides (pages 83–89): Dale Shaner
Chapter eight Protoporphyrinogen?IX?Oxidase?Inhibiting Uracil Herbicides (pages 91–101): George Theodoridis
Chapter nine Benzimidazole Fungicides (pages 103–118): Laura Quaranta
Chapter 10 Morpholine Fungicides for the remedy of Powdery mold (pages 119–127): Dr. Clemens Lamberth
Chapter eleven Sterol Biosynthesis Inhibiting Triazole Fungicides (pages 129–145): Paul Worthington
Chapter 12 Methionine Biosynthesis?Inhibiting Anilinopyrimidine Fungicides (pages 147–154): Clemens Lamberth
Chapter thirteen Phenylpyrrole Fungicides (pages 155–162): Dr. Clemens Lamberth
Chapter 14 Broad?Spectrum Fungicidally energetic Pyrimidinyldioxy Strobilurins Inhibiting the breathing Chain (pages 163–174): Dr. Clemens Lamberth
Chapter 15 Pyrazole Carboxamide Fungicides Inhibiting Succinate Dehydrogenase (pages 175–193): Harald Walter
Chapter sixteen Avermectin pesticides and Acaricides (pages 195–207): Thomas Pitterna
Chapter 17 Pyridine and Thiazole?Containing pesticides as powerful Agonists on Insect Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors (pages 209–223): Peter Jeschke
Chapter 18 Pyrazole and Pyrimidine Acaricides and pesticides appearing as Inhibitors of Mitochondrial Electron shipping at advanced I (pages 225–237): Ottmar Franz Huter
Chapter 19 Phenylpyrazole?Containing Fiprole pesticides (pages 239–250): Stefan Schnatterer
Chapter 20 Pyrazolylpyridine Activators of the Insect Ryanodine Receptor (pages 251–263): George P. Lahm, Thomas P. Selby, Thomas M. Stevenson, Daniel Cordova, I. Billy Annan and John T. Andaloro
Chapter 21 Tetronic Acid pesticides and Acaricides Inhibiting Acetyl?CoA Carboxylase (pages 265–278): Thomas Bretschneider, Reiner Fischer and Ralf Nauen
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