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1 2 di methoxy 4 isopropoxy 5 vinyl benzene an insect anti juvenile hormone lacking the chromene ring



1 2 di methoxy 4 isopropoxy 5 vinyl benzene an insect anti juvenile hormone lacking the chromene ring



Zeitschrift fuer Naturforschung Teil B Anorganische Chemie Organische Chemie 35(11): 1449-1454



The chromene derivative precocene II induces precocious metamorphosis and sterility in some insects, while .beta.-asarone, which does not contain a chromene ring, reveals sterilant action without causing developmental disturbances. Based on the common structural features of these 2 substances, some of their analogs containing their structural elements were prepared and tested on the cotton bug, Dysdercus cingulatus to investigate structural requirements of activity. The title compound, lacking the chromene ring induced symptoms similar to those of precocene II, indicating that the chromene ring structure is not necessary for this action.

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