Dr Soo Jean Park
Dr Soo Jean Park
ARC Research Fellow, Applied BioSciences
Verified email at mq.edu.au
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Oxidative Arylation of Isochroman
MH Park, SJ., Price, J. R. and Todd
Journal of Organic Chemistry 77, 949-955, 2012
Raspberry Ketone Analogs: Vapour Pressure Measurements and Attractiveness to Queensland Fruit Fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt) (Diptera: Tephritidae)
PW Park, SJ., Morelli, R., Hanssen, B., Jamie, JM., Siderhurst, MS., Jamie ...
PLOS One 11, e0155827, 2016
Raspberry Ketone Trifluoroacetate, a New Attractant for the Queensland Fruit Fly (Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt))
PW  Siderhurst, MS., Park, SJ., Manoukis, Schuttle C., Jamie, IM., M., Jang ...
Journal of Chemical Ecology 42, 156-162, 2016
Domestication modifies the volatile emissions produced by male Queensland fruit flies during sexual advertisement
J Pérez, SJ Park, PW Taylor
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
Hydrolysis of Queensland fruit fly, Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt), attractants: kinetics and implications for biological activity.
PW Park, SJ., Siderhurst, SM., Jamie, IM., Taylor
Australian Journal of Chemistry 69, 1162-1166, 2016
From CH to CC Bonds: Cross-Dehydrogenative-Coupling, RSC Green Chemistry Vol. 26
ASK Tsang, SJ Park, MH Todd
:, 254-294, 2015
Mechanisms of cross-dehydrogenative-coupling reactions
ASK Tsang, SJ Park, MH Todd
From CH to CC Bonds, 254-294, 2014
γ‐Octalactone, an effective oviposition stimulant of Bactrocera tryoni
V Kempraj, S Jean Park, PW Taylor
Journal of Applied Entomology 143 (10), 1205-1209, 2019
Electroantennogram responses of six Bactrocera and Zeugodacus species to raspberry ketone analogues
MS Siderhurst, SJ Park, IM Jamie, SG De Faveri
Environmental Chemistry 14 (6), 378-384, 2017
Rectal Gland Chemistry, Volatile Emissions, and Antennal Responses of Male and Female Banana Fruit Fly, Bactrocera musae
S Noushini, J Perez, SJ Park, D Holgate, I Jamie, J Jamie, P Taylor
Insects 11 (1), 32, 2020
forewarned is forearmed: Queensland fruit flies detect olfactory cues from predators and respond with predator-specific behaviour
V Kempraj, SJ Park, PW Taylor
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
Forewarned is forearmed: Queensland fruit flies detect olfactory cues from predators and respond with predator-specific behaviour
K Vivek, SJ Park, PW Taylor
Scientific Reports (Nature Publisher Group) 10 (1), 2020
Overlooked Scents: Chemical Profile of Soma, Volatile Emissions and Trails of the Green Tree Ant, Oecophylla smaragdina
V Kempraj, SJ Park, SD Faveri, PW Taylor
Molecules 25 (9), 2112, 2020
Attraction and Electrophysiological Response to Identified Rectal Gland Volatiles in Bactrocera frauenfeldi (Schiner)
S Noushini, J Perez, SJ Park, D Holgate, V Mendez Alvarez, I Jamie, ...
Molecules 25 (6), 1275, 2020
Systematic Modification of Zingerone Reveals Structural Requirements for Attraction of Jarvis’s Fruit Fly
BL Hanssen, SJ Park, JE Royer, JF Jamie, PW Taylor, IM Jamie
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
Mechanisms of Cross-Dehydrogenative-Coupling Reactions. In Chao-Jun Li (Eds.
MH Tsang, A., Park, SJ., Todd
C-H to C-C Bonds: Cross-Dehydrogenative-Coupling, 254-294, 2015
Oxidative CC, CO and CN bond formation at the benzylic position of cyclic ethers
SJ Park
University of Sydney, 2013
Insecticidal activity of ring‑fluorinated benzyl acetone analogs in Queensland fruit fly, a softer class of insecticides
SJ Park, M Peso, IM Jamie, PW Taylor
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