By Clemens Lamberth, J?rgen Dinges
The chemistry of heterocycles is a crucial department of natural chemistry. this can be on account that various average products,
e. g. hormones, antibiotics, supplementations, and so on. are composed of heterocyclic constructions. usually, those compounds express features and are
for that reason utilized as prescription drugs to regard illnesses or as pesticides, herbicides or fungicides in crop security. This quantity provides very important agrochemicals. all of the 21 chapters covers in a concise demeanour one classification of heterocycles, essentially based as follows:
* Structural formulation of most vital examples (market products)
*Short historical past of historical past or discovery
* ordinary syntheses of vital examples
* Mode of action
* attribute organic activity
* Structure-activity relationship
* extra chemistry details (e.g. extra modifications, substitute syntheses, metabolic pathways, etc.)
A important 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 okay. 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 complicated 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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