An Ortho Effect influencing Fungitoxicity, Electronic Absorption Spectra, and Chemical Reactivity with Mercaptalbumin

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THE derivative of 2,4-dichloro-6-anilino-s-triazine containing a chlorine atom in the benzene ring ortho to the imino group is less toxic to conidia of Neurospora sitophila (Mont.) Shear and Dodge than the corresponding meta or para isomer1.

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    Burchfield, H. P., and Storrs, Eleanor E., Contrib. Boyce Thompson Inst., 18, 429 (1957).

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    Storrs, Eleanor E., thesis, M. S., New York University (1958).

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BURCHFIELD, H., STORRS, E. An Ortho Effect influencing Fungitoxicity, Electronic Absorption Spectra, and Chemical Reactivity with Mercaptalbumin. Nature 187, 593–594 (1960) doi:10.1038/187593a0

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