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13. (R)-(-)2,3,3-lr1mothylbulon·t-ol. I I i I i 12. lomal. hydrobnomido (+l. AIJs. X-ra), [ 7]. J. B. Jones, J. Am. Chem. , 1977, 99, 556. G. Bettoni, C. Cellucci and F. Berardi, J. Heterocycl. , 1980, 17, 603. I. Carroll, A. M. D. c. Good, J. Med. , 1981, 24, 1241. E. G. M. Stevens, Biochemistry, 1973, 12, 3346. G. R. Ayyangar, T. C. Brown, J. Am. Chem. , 1964, 86, 1076. A. WeIter M. Marlier and G. Dardenne, Phytochemistry, 1978, 17, 131. H. T. G. Humber, Can. J. , 1976, 54, 2715. M. Nakazaki, Bult.

Acta Chern. , 1967, 21, 589. Terzis, Cryst. Struct. , 1978, 7, 91. J] PB', CH:zCH=CH 2 3 . (RH+)4 - mothylccproractone _ AI' 3 t. 2 . (S)-(+)4-methyl- 1. (S)-H4-mtthylh"1· lnl _ A" 33. h•• ao-l-oJ . J] C(2) [7] methylheJconoic acid _ H+ CH 3 -- (CH;z~CHMo2 1. (RH+)2,6-dimotl1ylhepton-i-al. C(2) [6] CH 2 rooH H+CH 3 (CH2~CHMe2 [H) [6) CH 2 CH 2OH H+CH 3 ~ [I] (CH2~CHM'2 6 . (S H + )t -bromo-4 methylhexane . A" 34 . Ac (+ ). M. I>ter (+). 5 . (R)-(+ ) 6 - hydroxy-4 - 4 . (S)-(+) 2,6-dimethyloc'-2-ena .

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