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Title: Synthesis of some sulphonamide insect juvenile hormone - Part I
Authors: Awasthi, Pamita
Mahajan, R K
Keywords: JH;Juvenile Hormone;IGR;Insect Growth Regulator
Issue Date: Aug-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Regular use of classical insecticides has drastically effected the environment and warm blooded animals. Therefore, there is an urgent need to look for a kind of chemicals which are very specific, targeted in their action and environment friendly. Since long, study on juvenile hormones is in progress to be a potential insecticide. Large no of compounds have been reported in literature with diverse structural features like amides, esters, hydroxamates, incorporated in the side arm which exhibit promising juvenile hormone activities and also decomposes when come in contact with environment. In this regard the synthesis of some of juvenile hormone analogues as a potential pesticide is reported. The synthesis of juvenile hormone analogues 4-29 containing sulphonamide features is presented. Preliminary biological screening of one representative; N-(1-methyl-oxo-2-piperidino-ethyl) benzene sulphonamide 24 reveals the positive juvenile hormone activity and chemosterilizing effect against potato tumor moth phthorimaea opercula.
Page(s): 1291-1297
ISSN: 0376-4699
Appears in Collections:IJC-B Vol.47B(08) [August 2008]

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