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Kienzle and R. Minder, Helv. Chim. Acta 59, 439-452 (1976). S. Hertzberg, S. Liaaen-Jensen, C. R. Enzell and G. W. Francis, Acta Chem. Scand. 23, 3290-3312 (1969). J. C. Bauernfeind (editor), Carotenoid Technology, Academic Press, New York (in press). O. Tech. Rep. , No. 557, Geneva (1974). U. Manz and 0. Isler, in Kosmetika, Riechstoffe, Lebensmittelzusatzstoffe (edited by H. Aebi, E. Baumgartner, H. Fiedler and G. Ohloff), Georg Thieme, Stuttgart (in press). Commission on the European Communities, Ref.

According to Okukado (Ref. 21), the main pigment is named tedanin and on the basis of extensive investigations assigned structure 20 (2,3-didehydro-3-hydroxy-ß,*-caroten-3-one) (see Scheme 4 ) . Since Okukado's isolation included a saponification step, it is possible that the known dehydrogenation of the original keto to the enolised diketone has occurred. Prom the same species, Tanaka et al. (Ref. 22) obtained an also crystalline carotenoid, which they called tedaniaxanthin and assigned structure 21.

No reproducible iH-NMR-öpecira could be obtained. 2<£ is also unstable. To date, 7 naturally occurring 8 f apocarotenoids are known, of which 5 originate from citrus fruits. For this reason, the authors take one particular biogenetic pathway into consideration. 19-Hexanoyloxy-paracentrone (^0) was isolated, in addition to 19f-hexanoyloxyfucoxanthin, from Coccolithus huxleyi (Ref. 29). In well documented works, Kulkarni et al. (Ref. 30) nave isolated and clarif­ ied a whole range of apocarotenic acids from the parasitic Aeginetia indica (Orobanchaceae).

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