Synthetic and ecological chemistry of natural products and analogues from sexually deceptive Chiloglottis orchids
The work detailed in this thesis had its genesis in collaborative research efforts directed at understanding the ecological constraints on the evolution and speciation of sexually deceptive Chiloglottis orchids. Pollination by deception is a well documented phenomenon, particularly in the Orchidaceae, however only in recent decades has the chemical mimicry that so often drives these pollination syndromes become the subject of enquiry. This report commences with an outline of chemical mimicry...[Show more]
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