Insect antifeedant properties of an iridoid glycoside: ipolamiide
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A novel iridoid glycoside, ipolamiide fromStachytarpheta mutabilis was identified and found to inhibit feeding by several insect species. It is active at concentrations well below those occurring naturally.
KeywordsGlycoside Insect Species Iridoid Glycoside Antifeedant Property
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