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T. R. Kemp, Phytochernistry, 1977, 16, 1831. -A considerable amount of work has been published on amides from Piperaceae species. g. wisamine (82)77 and (83),78 with natural aromatic compounds, although a substantial part of their molecules consists of an aliphatic chain. Entirely aliphatic are the Cz0 isobutylamides (84) and (85) from Piper g ~ i n e e n s eand ~ ~P. officinarum,80 respectively. Argentilactone ( 8 6 ) from Aristolochia argentina Gris. (Aristolochiaceae) was identified" by spectral evidence and chemical transformations.

1,1,3-Tribromoacetone and (12) are the major halogenated components in the extract of air-dried Mexican A . taxiformis, whereas 1,1,3-trihaloacetones and 1,1,3,3-tetrahaloacetonescontaining bromine and/or chlorine are the major halogenated compounds in the extract of air-dried A . armata. In contrast to the Hawaiian variety, (1 3, isolated as the ethyl ester) is the major halogenated acrylic acid in Mexican A . taxiformis and A . armata. The biogenesis and biomimetic synthesis of the haloforms and halogenated acetic and acrylic acids in Asparagopsis from halogenated acetones has been 24 25 26 21 B.

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