Published December 18, 2000
by Blackwell .
Written in English
|Contributions||Andrew H Cobb (Editor), Ralph C. Kirkwood (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||295|
Herbicides and their Mechanisms of Action highlights issues in herbicide selectivity. Developed with the input of authors from both academia and industry, this volume delivers a comprehensive and. Herbicides and their Mechanisms of Action highlights issues in herbicide selectivity. Developed with the input of authors from both academia and industry, this volume delivers a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of the operation of the selectivity mechanisms of herbicides. This volume provides a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of the mechanisms of action of herbicides, their selectivity and their environmental fate. The book should interest researchers and . Edited by Mohammed Nagib Hasaneen. This volume contains two sections: Mechanisms of herbicidal action (chapters ) and Mode of action of selected herbicides on controlling diseased, weed growth and productivity and/or growth and development of field crops (chapters Cited by: 5.
Book: Herbicides and their mechanisms of action pp pp. Abstract: A wide variety of herbicides herbicides Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups see more details is . The modes of action of herbicides are as variable as their chemical compositions as they focus on controlling susceptible plants through various biochemical means. Depending upon Cited by: 5. Their mechanisms of action are broad, involving seedling growth inhibition, potato sprout inhibition, and gross disruption of tissues by inhibiting oxidative phosphorylation and preventing the fixation of CO2. These effects, however, do not explain their rapid action. Download Target Sites Of Herbicide Action books, This publication is based on the plant processes and reaction sites for which reliable knowledge on both their physiology and biochem-istry and the mode of herbicidal action is available. Targets of the agrochemical research, such as enzymes of biosynthetic pathways or herbicide .
Herbicides are classified/grouped in various ways; for example, according to the activity, timing of application, method of application, mechanism of action, chemical family. This gives rise to a considerable level of terminology related to herbicides and their . Weeds are one of the major constraints in crop production affecting both yield and quality. The excessive and exclusive use of synthetic herbicides for their management is increasing the development of herbicide-resistant weeds and is provoking risks for the environment and human health. Therefore, the development of new herbicides with multitarget-site activity, new modes of action . Although this book is mainly concerned with mechanisms and mode of action of herbicides, it would not be complete without reference to the ways in which those compounds affect animals, insects and. Herbicides - Mechanisms and Mode of Action. April ; Authors: Wainer Ce?sar Chiari. The use of crops that produce their own herbicides (allelopathy) has been even less successful.