Terpenoid constituents of morphologically similar sponges in the family aplysillidae

Peter Karuso, Patricia R. Bergquist, Richard C. Cambie*, John S. Buckleton, George R. Clark, Clifton E F Rickard

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Abstract

The sponge Darwinella sp, contains the known compounds ambliofuran (4) and aplysulphurin (3), and the new compound tetrahydroaplysulphurin-1 (5). Daminella oxeata collected from various locations around New Zealand, contains aplysulphurin (3) and the new compounds tetrahydroaplysulphurins-1 (5), -2 (6), and -3 (7). Dendrilla rosea which is morphologically similar to the Daminella sp. above, contains the known compounds ambliofuran (4), aplyroseols-l (8), -2 (9), -3 (lo), -5 (1l), -6 (12), and -7 (15), as well as the new compounds dendrillol-1 (13), dendrillol-2 (14), dendrillol-3 (17) and dendrillol-4 (18). The structure of dendrillol-l (13) has been confirmed by a single-crystal X-ray determination.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1643-1653
Number of pages11
JournalAustralian Journal of Chemistry
Volume39
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1985
Externally publishedYes

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Karuso, P., Bergquist, P. R., Cambie, R. C., Buckleton, J. S., Clark, G. R., & Rickard, C. E. F. (1985). Terpenoid constituents of morphologically similar sponges in the family aplysillidae. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 39(10), 1643-1653. https://doi.org/10.1071/CH9861643