|Description||2-Methylanthraquinone is extracted from the roots of Morinda umbellata L. It shows the strongest mosquito larvicidal activity. It is a component of a potential biomarker and may be used to prepare bioreducible anthraquinone derivatives.|
|Synonyms||b-Methylanthraquinone; Thiophene-3-carbonyl thiophene-3-carboperoxoate; 2-Methyl-9,10-anthraquinone; Tectoquinone; 2-Methylanthracene-9,10-dione|
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