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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. Ito, and S. Inoue, Chem. , 1978, 1191; Bull. Chem. , 1979, 52, 2161. c. Scheme 26 A number of model esters related to lac resin have been prepared. 87 In an approach to the synthesis of cedrene (152), the intramolecular photocycloaddition of the dienone (150) was carried out at low temperature.
Lo' Y . Kashman, Tetrahedron, 1979,35, 263. 96 97 29 Sesqu iterpen oids As reported last year, irradiation of piperitone with cyclobutenecarboxylic acid gives the synthetically useful tricyclic compound (175). "* It undergoes a conrotatory ring opening followed by an intramolecular ene reaction to give the cadinane-type compound (176). In addition, borohydride reduction of (175) gives the lactone (177), which can be converted by thermolysis into the germacrane-type lactone (178), related to isoaristolactone (179) (Scheme 28).
1979, 57,708. ” For compounds belonging to the so-called isocedrane class, see p. 99. 95 K. Rajendran, S. K. Paknikar, G. K. Trivedi, andS. C. Bhattacharyya, IndianJ. ,Sect. B, 1978, 16,4. r. "' A (172) (173) R (174) R = = H OH M. Rohr and P. Naegeli, Phytochemistry, 1979,18, 328. F. Bohlmann, C. Zdero, R. M. King, and H. Robinson, Phytochemistry, 1979,18, 1177. 98 F. Bohlmann and C. Zdero, Phytochemistry, 1979,18, 1185. 99 P. S. Kalsi, G. S. Arora, and R. S. Ghulati, Phytochemistry, 1979,18, 1223; R.
A review of the literature published between September 1978 and August 1979 by J R Hanson; Royal Society of Chemistry