3'-Formyl-2',4',6'-Trihydroxy-5'-Methyldihydrochalcone, A Prospective New Agrochemical from Psidium-Acutangulum
Volatile constituents; L fruit; guajava; guava; Plant Sciences; Chemistry, Medicinal; Pharmacology & Pharmacy
CH2Cl2 extracts of the leaves of Psidium acutangulum revealed potent antifungal activity. A compound was isolated which demonstrated antifungal activity and tobacco budworm antifeedant activity. Structural elucidation studies indicated that the new compound is 3'-formyl-2',4',6'-trihydroxy-5'-methyldihydrochalcone .
Journal of Natural Products
Miles, D. H.; Delmedeiros, J. M. R.; Chittawong, V.; Swithenbank, C.; Lidert, Z.; Weeks, J. A.; Atwood, J. L.; and Hedin, P. A., "3'-Formyl-2',4',6'-Trihydroxy-5'-Methyldihydrochalcone, A Prospective New Agrochemical from Psidium-Acutangulum" (1990). Faculty Bibliography. 2073.