Chemical constituents of four antarctic sponges in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica

Baker, Bill J.; Yoshida, Wesley Y.
December 1994
Antarctic Journal of the United States;1994, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p153
Academic Journal
Presents study findings on the chemical composition of sponges in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Methanol extracts from the sponge Isodictya erinacea; Revelation of secondary metabolites in Dendrilla membranosa; Contents of discorhabdin C in the green sponge Latrunculia apicalis.


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