The fungitoxic mechanisms in quinoline compounds and their chelates.

  title={The fungitoxic mechanisms in quinoline compounds and their chelates.},
  author={George L. Mcnew and Herman. Gershon},
  journal={Residue reviews},
It must be remembered that any change in the chemical substituents of a molecule has many ancillary effects other than chemical reactivity which may have a bearing upon its pesticidal effectiveness. The replacement of a hydrogen by a halogen may make the compound into an alkylating agent, but it does much more. There are inevitable shifts in electron density that change the reactivity of adjacent groups or even the charge distribution on the entire molecule so its movement in solution and… Expand
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