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Novel Synthesis of Some Organophosphorus Derivatives as Chemotherapeutants against Fungal Pathogens of Sugracane

Der Pharma Chemica
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Research - Der Pharma Chemica ( 2022) Volume 14, Issue 2

Novel Synthesis of Some Organophosphorus Derivatives as Chemotherapeutants against Fungal Pathogens of Sugracane

Kalpana Chaturvedi* and Smita Chaturvedi
 
Department of Chemistry, Agra College, Agra, India
 
*Corresponding Author:
Kalpana Chaturvedi, Department of Chemistry, Agra College, Agra, India, Email: [email protected]

Received: 03-Jan-2022, Manuscript No. dpc-22-51191; Accepted Date: Jan 05, 2022 ; Editor assigned: 05-Jan-2022, Pre QC No. dpc-22-51191; Reviewed: 21-Jan-2022, QC No. dpc-22-51191; Revised: 27-Jan-2022, Manuscript No. dpc-22-51191; Published: 04-Feb-2022

Abstract

The reactions of O,O-diethylchlorophosphate or O,O-diethylchlorothiophosphate with 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones), derived by the condensation of 1,4-dihydrazinophthalazine dihydrochloride monohydrate and 2-hydroxy benzaldehyde/4-hydroxy benzaldehyde/2- hydroxyacetophenone/4-hydroxyacetophenone, have been studied and a variety of organophosphorus derivatives have been obtained. The derivatives have been characterized on the basis of analyses and spectral (IR, 1H NMR) data and tested for their antifungal efficacy against colletotrichum falcatum, Fusarium oxysporum and Curvularia pallescens (all sugarcane pathogens). These compounds show promising results in inhibiting the mycelial growth of all the test fungi at 1000 ppm. Out of these, the most active compound is 0,0-diethylthiophosphate derivative containing 1,4-phthalazine-bis(2-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazone(VII),which shows activity of 70.2% at 1000 ppm concentration against C.pallescence.

Keywords

Phosphorus; Hydrazones; IR; 1H NMR; Fungit; Sugarcane pathogens

Introduction

Phosphorus plays a key role in biological systems; it is involved in number of metabolic reactions, enzymatic processes, photosynthesis, nucleic acid helices and in several biochemical reactions, concerned with the transport and storage of energy [1]. Organic phosphorus compounds are one of the most important groups of modern pesticides [2-4]. The widespread use of these compounds is due to their relatively low stability and rapid metabolic breakdown in plants, in animal organism, in soil, and in other component of the environment with the formation of products that are safe for human beings and domestic animals. Another important feature of these compounds is the high selectivity of their action. The discovery of the mechanism of action of organophosphorus compounds make it possible to develop the fundamental principles of the directed synthesis of new substances and to establish the cause of their selective action on an organism [2]. A few recent reports [4-7] from our laboratory have shown that on the basis of suitable logic, organic molecules incorporating phosphorus may be designed such that they may be less dangerous in use without losing their value as effective pesticides. Studies on organophosphorus derivatives could constitute new and promising field of application in the national economy. Phthalazin-is a diazaheterobicycle found in a wide variety of synthetic molecules relevant to several branches of chemistry, including medicinal chemistry [8].The present study, therefore, was undertaken to evaluate the antifungal efficacy of some newly synthesized organophosphorus compounds against various important fungal pathogens of sugarcane.

The structures of 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones) used for the present study are shown below:

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Figure 1: 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones) (R=H, X= 2-OH (BPOH2); R=H, X= 4-OH (BPPH2); R= CH3, X= 2-OH (BOAH2), R= CH3, X= 4-OH (BPAH2))

Experimental

Materials and Methods

The reactions of O,O-diethylchlorophosphate or thiophosphate were carried out under inert atmosphere and anhydrous condition. Special precautions were taken to exclude moisture from the apparatus and chemicals as the starting materials O,O-diethyl chlorophosphate/ thiophosphate and reactions were susceptible to hydrolysis. Glass apparatus with interchangeable joints were used throughout the work. The solvents were purified and dried using the method described in literature [9]. O,O-diethyl chlorophosphate and O,O-diethylchlorothiophosphate were prepared according to the reported method [10]. Schiff bases were prepared as reported [11]. All reactions were carried out in hood. The details of analysis and physical measurements were the same as reported earlier [4].

For antifungal activity, all of the compounds with three concentrations (10, 100 and 1000 ppm) were tested against all of the test fungi by the food-poison technique [12]. Oat meal-agar medium was used for culturing the test fungi. In controls, the same amount of medium containing the requisite amount of solvent was poured in place of test chemicals. Each treatment was reported three times and the inhibition was recorded relative to percent mycelial inhibition calculated by using the formula [(dc-dt)/dc]100, where dc is the average diameters of the colony of the control and dt is the average diameter of the mycelial colony of the treatment sets.

Synthesis of O,O’-diethyl chlorophosphate/ thiophosphate derivatives containing 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones)(in presence of pyridine)

O,O-Diethyl chlorophosphate/ thiophosphate was added to a solution of the appropriate 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones) in 2:1 molar ratio, respectively, in methanol ( ca. 40 cm3) in the presence of pyridine (5 cm3), and the reaction mixture was refluxed for 10-18h. The solid product was separated out which filtered and crystallized from acetone [13,14].

Results and Discussion

The reactions of O,O-diethylchlorophosphate/O,O-diethylchlorothiophosphate with 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones) derived by the condensation of 1,4-dihydrazino phthalazine dihydrochloride monohydrate with 2-hydroxybenzaldehyde/ 4-hydroxybenzaldehyde/2-hydroxyacetophenone/ 4-hydroxy- acetophenone, have been carried out in ethanol in presence of pyridine and a variety of organophosphorus derivatives have been isolated according to Schemes 1-4.

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Scheme 1: Synthetic route of O,O-diethylphosphate derivatives containing 1,4-phthalazin-bis(2-hydroxybenzaldehyde/2-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazine

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Scheme 2: Synthetic route of O,O-diethylphosphate derivatives containing 1,4-phthalazin-bis(4-hydroxybenzaldehyde/4-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazine

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Scheme 3: Synthetic route of O,O-diethylthiophosphate derivatives containing 1,4-phthalazin-bis(2-hydroxybenzaldehyde/2-hydroxyacetophenone)hydrazine

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Scheme 4: Synthetic route of O,O-diethylthiophosphate derivatives containing 1,4-phthalazin-bis(4-hydroxybenzaldehyde/4-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazone

The methods used for the preparation and isolation of these compounds gave materials of goods purity as supported by their analysis and TLC. The elemental analysis and physical properties of the organophosphorus derivatives are given in Table 1.The organophosphorus derivatives are found to be soluble in ethanol acetone, chloroform, dimethylformamide and dimethylsulfoxide. These compounds melt in the temperature range 152-232ºC. The compounds are stable in air.

Table 1: Physical and Analytical Data of O,O-diethylchloro phosphate/thiophosphate derivatives of 1,4-phtalazine-bis- (hychazones).

Compound Empirical formula Decomp. Temp. (ºC) Colour Yield % Calc (found)
C H N S
I C30H36N6O8P2 210 Dark brown 56 53.68
(53.73)
5.30
(5.41)
12.42
(12.53)
II C32H40N6O8P2 221 Orange 63 53.65
(53.73)
5.35
(5.41)
12.40
(12.53)
III C30H36N6O8P2 152 Dark brown 61 54.92
(55.01)
5.70
(5.76)
12.00
(12.02)
IV C32H40N6O8P2 232 Mustard yellow 67 55.00
(55.01)
5.65
(5.76)
11.90
(12.02)
V C30H36N6O6S2 P2 213 Mud 58 51.20
(51.27)
5.05
(5.16)
11.84
(12.02)
9.10
(9.12)
VI C32H40N6O6S2 P2 199 Brown 68 51.18
(51.27)
5.10
(5.16)
11.80
(11.95)
9.00
(9.12)
VII C30H36N6O6S2 P2 206 Dark Yellow 55 52.50
(52.59)
5.40
(5.51)
11.42
(11.50)
8.68
(8.77)
VIII C32H40N6O6S2 P2 176 Orange Yellow 67 52.48
(52.29)
5.45
(5.31)
11.40
(11.50)
8.62
(8.77)

Infrared Spectra

The infrared spectral bands of 1,4-phthalazin-bis(hydrazones) and their corresponding organophosphorus derivatives are given in Table 2. The spectra of hydrazones show strong bands at ca. 3340–3375 cm-1 due to free hydroxy groups [16]. However, in organophosphorus derivatives, this band disappears indicating the formation of bond between phosphorus and oxygen. This is confirmed by the appearance of band at ca. 1140 cm-1 assignable [4, 15] to (P-O-C) (arom.) vibration.

Table 2: Infrared spectral bands of 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones) and their corresponding organophosphorus derivatives

Compound Data (cm-1)
BPOH2 3340s, 3250m, 3000w, 2960w, 1645w, 1560s, 1510m, 1420w, 1310w, 950w, 800m, 610w, 450w, 410w
BPPH2 3375s, 3230m, 3000w, 2980w, 2950W, 1620w, 1550s, 1500m, 1425w, 1315w, 960w, 810m, 600w, 460w, 415w, 400w
BOAH2 3360s, 3200m, 2980w, 2960w, 1630w, 1555s, 1515m, 1425w, 1310w, 960w,  790m, 615w, 460w, 415w
BPAH2 3365s, 3210w, 3000w, 2980w, 1640w, 1560s, 1510m, 1430w, 1310w, 950w, 800m, 610w, 520w, 450w, 410w
[{(C2H5O)2 PO}2 (BPO)], I 3250m, 3000w, 2950w, 1640w, 1560s, 1510m, 1420w, 1315w, 1230s, 1140m, 1020m, 960w, 810m, 615w, 460w, 415w
[{(C2H5O)2 PO}2 (BPP)], II 3230m,3000w, 2980w,  1620w, 1550s, 1500m, 1420w, 1310w, 1250s, 1135m, 1030m, 950w, 810m, 600w, 450w, 420w,410w
[{(C2H5O)2 PO}2 (BOA)], III 3210m,2980w,2960w,1635w,1550s,1515m, 1420w, 1320w, 1240s, 1140m, 1015m, 960w, 800m, 610w, 460w, 415w
[{(C2H5O)2 PO}2 (BPA)], IV 3210m, 3000w, 2980w, 2950w, 1640w,1550s, 1510m, 1420w, 1310w, 1230s, 1145m, 1020m, 960w, 800m, 610w, 520w, 460w,415m
[{(C2H5O)2 PS}2 (BPO)], V 3245m, 3000w, 2960w, 2940w, 1640w 1555s, 1500m, 1420w, 1310w, 1130m, 1025m, 950w, 800m, 700s, 610w, 460w, 410w
[{(C2H5O)2 PS}2 (BPP)], VI 3230m, 3000w, 2980w, 2950w, 1560s 1520m, 1420w, 1310w, 1140m, 1020m, 960w, 810m, 680s, 600w, 460w, 415w
[{(C2H5O)2 PS}2 (BOA)], VII 3200m, 2980w, 2960w, 1640w, 1550s 1520m, 1420w, 1310w, 1345m, 1015m, 950w, 790m, 685s, 610w, 450w, 420w, 410w
[{(C2H5O)2 PS}2 (BPA)], VIII 3210m, 3000w, 2980w, 1635w, 1560s 1510m, 1430w, 1320w, 1140m, 1030m, 950w, 810m, 690s, 600w, 460w, 425w, 410w

Where,

BPOH2 = 1,4-Phthalazine-bis-[(2-hydroxybenzaldehyde) hydrazone]

BPPH2 = 1,4-Phthalazine-bis-[(4-hydroxybenzaldehyde) hydrazone]

BOAH2 = 1,4-Phthalazine-bis-[(2-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazone]

BPAH2 = 1,4-Phthalazine-bis-[(4-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazone]

The hydrazones show a weak band at ca. 1620–1645 cm-1 which can be assigned to the V(C=N) vibration (azomethine linkage). This band remains almost at the same position in organophosphorus derivatives ruling out the possibility of bond formation between phosphorus and azomethine nitrogen. The spectra of hydrazones and their organophosphorus derivatives show medium intensity band in the 3200-3250 cm-1 region, which may be assigned to V(N-H). This band also remains in the original position in organophosphorus derivatives indicating non-coordination of secondary amino nitrogen.

The free hydrazones and their corresponding organophosphorus derivatives also show bands at ca. 1560 cm-1, 1510 cm-1 and 800 cm-1 which are assignable(17) to (C=N) ring, skeletal vibrations of phthalazine ring and C-H deformation band of phthalazine hydrazones. The above observations indicate that possibly the bonding in organophosphorus derivatives is through phenolic oxygen atoms of hydrazones.

All organophosphorus derivatives show bands at ca.1015–1030 cm-1 assignable to V(P-O-C) (alkyl). In addition, O,O-diethylphosphate derivatives show bands at ca. 1230-1250 cm-1 assignable to (P=O) and O,O-diethylthiophosphate derivatives show bands at ca. 680-700 cm-1, assignable to V(P=S).

Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectra

The proton magnetic resonance spectra of 1,4-phthalazine-bis- (hydrazones) and their organophosphorus derivatives were recorded in deuterated dimethylsulphoxide, DMSO–d6. The 1HNMR spectral data of organophosphorus derivatives are given in Table 3. The intensities of all the resonance lines were determined by planimetric integration. The following conclusions can be derived by comparing the spectra of phthalazine hydrazones with their corresponding organophosphorus derivatives.

Table 3: 1H NMR data (scale, ppm) of organophosphorus derivatives containing 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones) and their corresponding organophosphorus derivatives

Compound Aromatic Ring NH CH C-CH3 C2H5
[{(C2H5O)2 PO}2 (BPO)], I 7.58-7.90(m) 9.48 (s) 8.45 (s) - 4.25 (q), 2.38 (t)
[{(C2H5O)2 PO}2 (BPP)], II 7.65-7.95(m) 9.65 (s) 8.42 (s) - 4.30 (q), 2.55 (t)
[{(C2H5O)2 PO}2 (BOA)], III 7.70-7.80(m) 9.72 (s) - 2.18 (s) 4.37 (q), 2.48t (t)
[{(C2H5O)2 PO}2 (BPA)], IV 7.60-7.75(m) 9.75 (s) - 2.10 (s) 4.12 (q), 2.50 (t)
[{(C2H5O)2 PS}2 (BPO)], V 7.56-7.78(m) 9.64 (s) 8.48 (s) - 4.20 (q), 2.35 (t)
[{(C2H5O)2 PS}2 (BPP)], VI 7.72-7.85(m) 9.55 (s) 8.40 (s) - 4.22 (q), 2.40 (t)
[{(C2H5O)2 PS}2 (BOA)], VII 7.50-7.78(m) 9.70 (s) - 2.20 (s) 4.10 (q), 2.51(t)
[{(C2H5O)2 PS}2 (BPA)], VIII 7.64-7.82(m) 9.60 (s) - 2.15 (s) 4.25 (q), 2.38 (t)

(a) The signal due to secondary amino group protons appears at 4.40 in the spectra of phthalazine hydrazones and their corresponding organophosphorus derivatives.

(b) The signal due to –OH proton appears at ca. 9.8 in the spectra of hydrazones, which disappears, in the corresponding organophosphorus derivatives indicating the deprotonation of phenolic oxygen.

(c) The signals due to ethoxy group appear at ca.  2.35-2.55 (triplet due to CH3 group) and at ca.  4.1-4.30 (quartet, due to CH2 group) in all organophosphorus derivatives.

(d) Signals at ca.  7.50-7.95 appear in the spectra of all derivatives due to phthalazine ring protons.

(e) In the spectra of hydrazones BPOH2, BPPH2 and their corresponding O,O-diethylphosphate/thiophosphate derivatives, singlet at ca.  8.4, appears integrating for two azomethine protons.

Where,

BPOH2 = 1,4-Phthalazine-bis-[(2-hydroxybenzaldehyde) hydrazone]

BPPH2 = 1,4-Phthalazine-bis-[(4-hydroxybenzaldehyde) hydrazone]

BOAH2 = 1,4-Phthalazine-bis-[(2-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazone]

BPAH2 = 1,4-Phthalazine-bis-[(4-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazone]

Fungicidal Activity

Sugarcane, a major source of sugar and important cash crop, is extensively grown worldwide. Sugarcane is known to have fungal, bacterial, viral and phytoplasm pathogens that are responsible for considerable economic losses [14]. Among fungi Colletotrichum falcatum (red rot) and Fusarium oxysporum (wilt) are the most important pathogens that may be transmitted by planting infected setts. Curvularia pallescens is the important foliar pathogen of sugarcane, sometimes causing enormous losses to the sugar industry.

The organophosphorus derivatives containing 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones) are found to be very effective (Table 4). The most active compound in this series is O,O-diethylthiophosphate derivative containing 1,4-phthalazine-bis(2-hydroxyacetophenone) hydrazone (VII), which shows activity of 70.2% at 1000 ppm concentration against C. pallesence [17].

Table 4: Fungitoxic screening data of organophosphorus derivatives containing 1,4-phthalazine-bis(hydrazones)

Compound
Percent Mycelial Inhibition Compound dose (ppm)
Collectotrichum falcatum Fusarium oxysporum Curvularia pallescence
10 100 1000 10 100 1000 10 100 1000
[{(C2H5O)2PO}2(BPO)] ,  I 12.6 20.6 35.8 8.2 16.8 47.6 11.6 18.8 38.6
[{(C2H5O)2PO}2(BPP)] ,  II 10.9 22.5 30.8 10.0 18.2 40.6 10.5 16.0 32.5
[{(C2H5O)2PO}2(BOA)] ,  III 38.0 44.0 60.2 30.6 40.0 55.3 23.2 30.5 57.2
[{(C2H5O)2PO}2(BPA)] ,  IV 26.0 38.6 52.8 20.5 29.5 50.0 18.5 24.6 50.2
[{(C2H5O)2PS}2(BPO)] ,  V 16.2 28.2 44.6 12.5 20.5 48.8 10.0 17.2 46.0
[{(C2H5O)2PS}2(BPP)] ,  VI 15.8 20.5 40.2 10.6 18.2 48.9 9.2 17.0 46.8
[{(C2H5O)2PS}2(BOA)] ,  VII 40.8 50.5 68.5 40.6 52.5 65.2 38.6 50.6 70.2
[{(C2H5O)2PS}2(BPA)] ,  VIII 38.2 46.8 60.6 36.2 40.3 58.8 28.6 40.0 60.8

Conclusions

1] There is significant alteration in the antifungal activity with the change in the nature of organic group attached to O,O-diethylphosphate/ thiophosphate moiety.

2] For any particular species of fungus, thiophosphate derivatives show better activity than phosphate derivatives. This indicates that the presence of sulphur directly attached to phosphorus imparts better inhibition against fungi.

3] The activity decreases on dilution.

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