Conformational Analogs of Some Phytoactive Compounds

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In an effort to determine if there is a specific conformational structure which is most effective at the appropriate active physiological site, the synthesis of a group of sterically restricted analogs was undertaken. A portion of the polymethylene carbon skeleton of glutaric acid was replaced by selected aromatic carbons in benzenedicarboxylic acids to produce a series of ridged conformers, and the relative plant growth regulating properties of these derivatives were determined.

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Skelton, Wm. Paul August 1973.

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In an effort to determine if there is a specific conformational structure which is most effective at the appropriate active physiological site, the synthesis of a group of sterically restricted analogs was undertaken. A portion of the polymethylene carbon skeleton of glutaric acid was replaced by selected aromatic carbons in benzenedicarboxylic acids to produce a series of ridged conformers, and the relative plant growth regulating properties of these derivatives were determined.

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Skelton, Wm. Paul. Conformational Analogs of Some Phytoactive Compounds, thesis, August 1973; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279187/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .