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Russian Journal of General Chemistry

, Volume 88, Issue 10, pp 2177–2182 | Cite as

Synthesis, Characterization, and Phytotoxic and Antifungal Activities of Biphenyl Derivatives

  • Q. Ali
  • M. IrshadEmail author
  • A. Asghar
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Abstract

Three series of biphenyl derivatives are synthesized, characterized and evaluated for Lemna minor phytotoxicity and antifungal activity. The synthetic biphenyl analogues 2c and 6c demonstrate significant activity, while compounds 4b and 6b demonstrate high activity. The compounds 2c and 6c can be considered as biaryl-based potential phytotoxic agents. According to in vitro antifungal bioassay the compounds 2b, 2e, and 6b demonstrate moderate activity.

Keywords

biphenyl derivatives 1H NMR Lemna minor phytotoxicity antifungal activity 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Division of Science and TechnologyUniversity of Education, Township CampusLahorePakistan

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