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1963, Division of C a r b o h y d r a t e C h e m i s t r y , 3 D. ~59) _ ~ , a n d E. C. Nelson : A m . Soc. B r e w i n g C h e m i s t s Proc. ~963, 84. ~60} _ , a n d H. A. Moser: Cereal C h e m . 38, 221 {1961). 16D _ , and 2L C. Nelson : Cereal C h e m . 38, 207 (I96I). 162) Hoegl, O. : Mitt. Gebiete L e b e n s m . H y g . 49, 433 (1958). , W. v. Philipsborn u. C. H. Eugster: Helv. Claim. A c t a Z8, 1322 (1965). 244 Chemie der Geruchs- und Geschmacksstoffe 184) Houlihan, W. J. ): Franz.

0~) und unter dem Namen (-)-MassoiIacton (226) bekannt geworden. ~2~ Alkyl- bzw. Alkyliden-phthalide, sowie ihre entsprechenden Dihydround Tetrahydro-Derivate sind ft~r den typ~schen Geruch des ~therischen 223 G. Ohloff 01es der Selleriewurzeln (Cnidium officinale Makino) verantwortlich as, ~ , 40, 41, 4~, ~76~. 6-tetrahydrophthalides (232) 145~ und das Sedanons~iureanhydrid (233) ~o~). ~ C4H9 228 C4H9 229 C4H9 ;~0 CH-~R 231 CH--R /CH;~ a: ~ - --CH~cH~ /C~ b: ~ CH 25~ H ~t 233 H cn " H CH 234 = --CH2--CH~cH3 " CH 235 Eine andere Umbellifere, der LiebstSckel (Levisticum officinale Koch), besitzt als Geruchstr~ger neben der freien S~ure yon 232 145) auBerdem das als Ligusticumlacton bezeichnete n-Butyliden-phthalid (235) 22s) und sein Dihydro-Derivat Ligustilid (23,I) ~o5).

R. J. R e y n o l d s T o b a c c o C o m p a n y ) : F r a n z . P. 1346170 (1963); C. A. 60, 14475 (1964). , a n d U. Nagai : T e t r a h e d r o n 19, 1277 (1963). ~o~) Mollan, T. R. M. : ] ? e r f u m e r y E s s e n t . Oil R e c o r d 53, 13 (1962). 07} Moore, R. E. : A b s t r a c t of P a p e r s of t h e M e e t i n g of t h e A m e r . c h e m . , S a n F r a n c i s c o 1. - - 5 . 4 . 1968, S. 169. ~08) Morita, K.. a n d S. Kobayashi : T e t r a h e d r o n L e t t e r s 1966, 573. ~o9) Morrison, F.

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