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Journal of natural products

Cryphonectric acid and other minor metabolites from a hypovirulent strain of Cryphonectria parasitica.


PMID 11809063

Abstract

Investigations carried out on secondary metabolites produced in culture by a hypovirulent strain of Cryphonectria parasitica allowed the isolation of several compounds which were characterized by NMR analysis and derivatization reactions. The most abundant metabolite was a new compound, called cryphonectric acid (1). Other metabolites were diaporthin, the only known phytotoxic compound isolated from both virulent and hypovirulent strains of C. parasitica, (+)-orthosporin, and L-p-hydroxyphenyllactic acid (HOPLA). Root growth activity of the purified compounds was evaluated both on tomato seedlings and maize subapical segments.

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