Gribble G.W. Naturally occurring organohalogen compounds: a comprehensive update (Wien; New York, 2010). - ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ / CONTENTS
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ОбложкаGribble G.W. Naturally occurring organohalogen compounds: a comprehensive update. - Wien; New York: Springer, 2010. - xv, 613 p.: ill. (some col.). - (Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe = Progress in the chemistry of organic natural products; 91). - Ref.: p.379-505. - Auth. ind.: p.507-576. - Sub. ind.: p.577-613. - ISBN 978-3-211-99322-4; ISSN 0071-7886
 

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Оглавление / Contents
 
List of Contributors ........................................... xv
1  Introduction ................................................. 1
2  Origins ...................................................... 3
   2.1  Marine Environment ...................................... 3
   2.2  Terrestrial Environment ................................. 5
   2.3  Extraterrestrial Environment ............................ 8
3  Occurrence ................................................... 9
   3.1  Simple Alkanes .......................................... 9
        3.1.1  Chloromethane .................................... 9
        3.1.2  Dichloromethane ................................. 12
        3.1.3  Trichloromethane ................................ 13
        3.1.4  Tetrachloromethane (Carbon Tetrachloride) ....... 15
        3.1.5  Bromomethane .................................... 15
        3.1.6  Other Simple Bromoalkanes ....................... 17
        3.1.7  Mixed Bromochloromethanes ....................... 18
        3.1.8  Iodometfianes ................................... 19
        3.1.9  Other Simple Iodoalkanes ........................ 19
        3.1.10 Mixed Iodomethanes .............................. 20
        3.1.11 Simple Alkenes .................................. 20
        3.1.12 Simple Alkynes .................................. 22
        3.1.13 Simple Organofluorines .......................... 23
        3.1.14 Other Simple Organochlorines .................... 24
   3.2  Simple Functionalized Acyclic Organohalogens ........... 25
   3.3  Simple Functionalized Cyclic Organohalogens ............ 27
        3.3.1  Cyclopentanes ................................... 27
        3.3.2  Cyclitols and Benzoquinones ..................... 28
   3.4  Terpenes ............................................... 32
        3.4.1  Monoterpenes .................................... 32
        3.4.2  Sesquiterpenes .................................. 38
        3.4.3  Diterpenes ...................................... 60
        3.4.4  Higher Terpenes ................................. 86
   3.5  Steroids ............................................... 92
   3.6  Marine Nonterpenes: C15 Acetogenins .................... 96
   3.7  Iridoids .............................................. 104
   3.8  Lipids and Fatty Acids ................................ 105
   3.9  Fluorine-Containing Carboxylic Acids .................. 124
   3.10 Prostaglandins ........................................ 127
   3.11 Furanones ............................................. 130
   3.12 Amino Acids and Peptides .............................. 134
   3.13 Alkaloids ............................................. 174
   3.14 Heterocycles .......................................... 177
        3.14.1 Pyrroles ....................................... 177
        3.14.2 Indoles ........................................ 197
        3.14.3 Carbazoles ..................................... 217
        3.14.4 Indolocarbazoles ............................... 217
        3.14.5 Carbolines ..................................... 218
        3.14.6 Quinolines and Other Nitrogen Heterocycles ..... 220
        3.14.7 Benzofurans and Related Compounds .............. 226
        3.14.8 Pyrones and Chromones .......................... 227
        3.14.9 Coumarins and Isocoumarins ..................... 227
        3.14.10 Flavones and Isoflavones ...................... 231
        3.14.11 Carbohydrates ................................. 231
   3.15 Polyacetylenes ........................................ 231
        3.15.1 Terrestrial Polyacetylenes and Derived
               Thiophenes ..................................... 231
        3.15.2 Marine Polyacetylenes .......................... 232
   3.16 Enediynes ............................................. 232
   3.17 Macrolides and Polyethers ............................. 234
   3.18 Naphthoquinones, Higher Quinones, and Related
        Compounds ............................................. 249
   3.19 Tetracyclines ......................................... 253
   3.20 Aromatics ............................................. 254
   3.21 Simple Phenols ........................................ 256
        3.21.1 Terrestrial .................................... 256
        3.21.2 Marine ......................................... 265
   3.22 Complex Phenols ....................................... 270
        3.22.1 Diphenylmethanes and Related Compounds ......... 270
        3.22.2 Diphenyl Ethers ................................ 273
        3.22.3 Tyrosines ...................................... 281
        3.22.4 Depsides ....................................... 314
        3.22.5 Depsidones ..................................... 315
        3.22.6 Xanthones ...................................... 317
        3.22.7 Anthraquinones and Related Compounds ........... 319
        3.22.8 Griseofulvin and Related Compounds ............. 322
        3.22.9 Miscellaneous Fungal Metabolites and Other
               Complex Phenols ................................ 322
   3.23 Glycopeptides ......................................... 328
   3.24 Orthosomycins ......................................... 333
   3.25 Dioxins and Dibenzofurans ............................. 337
   3.26 Humic Acids ........................................... 345
4  Biohalogenation ............................................ 349
   4.1  Introduction .......................................... 349
   4.2  Chloroperoxidase ...................................... 349
   4.3  Bromoperoxidase ....................................... 355
   4.4  Halogenases, Other Haloperoxidases and Peroxidases .... 356
   4.5  Myeloperoxidase ....................................... 360
   4.6  Abiotic Processes ..................................... 361
   4.7  Biofluorination ....................................... 361
   4.8  Biosynthesis .......................................... 362
5  Biodegradation ............................................. 367
6  Natural Function ........................................... 369
7  Significance ............................................... 375
8  Outlook .................................................... 377
References .................................................... 379
Author Index .................................................. 507
Subject Index ................................................. 577
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