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Toxicity of β-Ketoesters and β-Dicarbonyl Compounds To Juveniles of the Seed-Gall Nematode Anguina Tritici

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Survival of juveniles of the seed-gall nematode, Anguina tritici, was used to assess the nematicidal efficacy of various substituted β-ketoesters and β-dicarbonyt compounds. In general, β-dicarbonyl compounds were more active than β-ketoesters. The activity of the esters and ketones was increased by introducing chloro, bromo, acetoxy or aryl groups at α- and β-positions. Some of the compounds have comparable activity to that of the commercial nematicide, aldicarb.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar-125 004, India


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