geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Phytotoxicity and behavior of three selective postemergence grass herbicides in plants and cell cultures


, : Phytotoxicity and behavior of three selective postemergence grass herbicides in plants and cell cultures. Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 45(7): 1961B

Fluazifop-butyl, haloxyfop-methyl and sethoxydim exhibited soil herbicidal activity in greenhouse and field experiments. When grass seeds were sown at the soil surface control was greater with all 3 herbicides than when sown 2-6 cm deep. Imbibition of the herbicides by grass and soyabean seeds did not reduce germination at concn of 10-3 M or below. Haloxyfop-methyl and fluazifop-butyl controlled Sorghum bicolor (shattercane) in soyabeans with pre-em. and early post-em. applications.

US$29.90


Other references

Snell, F.H., 1870: Eine Parallele zwischen der Vogelfauna des Taunus und der Wetterau. Zoologische Garten, 77-84, 109-118

Hackel, S.; Pfeifhofer, H.W.; Heinrich, G., 1997: Uptake of inactive strontium in selected crop plants under hydroponic and soil culture conditions. The uptake of stable strontium (88Sr2+) as a function of Sr2+, Ca2+, and K+ concentration was studied in maize, lettuce, rape, Brassica oleracea convar. acephala var. gongylodes [kohlrabi], and soyabeans. The test plants were cultivated either hyd...

Fakhraee, S.Hossein.; Nariman, S.; Taghipour, R., 2011: Congenital arhinia: case report of a rare congenital anomaly. Congenital absence of the nose or arhinia is a rare defect of embryogenesis often associated with other anomalies. Arhinia is a life-threatening condition that requires a highly skilled neonatal resuscitation team in the delivery room. The associa...

Mohamed, A.A.; Doumbia, Y.; Poncet, Y., 1995: Geographical information systems (GIS) and local management of forest resources: fuelwood in Mali. A technique was developed and tested in the forest reserve of Nienendougou (S. Mali) for measuring potential fuelwood supplies based on simulations of local consumption.

Nicolis, F.B., 1966: Evaluation of antitussive agents. Antitussive agents are generally used in diseases involving the respiratory tract. The best way of assaying their activity in humans is given by controlled clinical trials in patients with cough due to respiratory diseases. Trials based on the obj...

Abeyasinghe, N.L.; Perera, H.J.M.; Weerasinghe, D.S.K., 2011: Case report--death by subcutaneous injection of cyanide in Sri Lanka. An elderly man was stabbed with a needle and syringe onto his abdomen while asleep. He progressively developed respiratory failure and coma and died an hour later. Autopsy findings and laboratory analysis confirmed the death as being due to poison...

Pilleri, G., 1967: Morphologie des Gehirnes des Blauwals Balaenoptera musculus Linnaeus (Cetacea, Mysticeti, Balaenopteridae). Jahrbuch des Naturhistorischen Museums Bern, 1963-1965: 187-203

Nieswand M.; Umlauft K D., 1981: Clinical experience from control of calf salmonellosis. Various techniques of immunization against Salmonella dublin infection of calves were reported. An adsorbate vaccine (Salmovacc) and a S. dublin live vaccine (Bovisaloral) proved most effective. Therapy was discussed.

McRobbie, D.I.; Parker, M.S., 1974: Some aspects of the antifungal activity of esters of p-hydroxybenzoic acid. The inhibition of Aspergillus niger by 7 esters (methyl to heptyl) was determined. A decrease in water solubility with increasing chain length was accompanied by an increase in inhibitory activity against both germination and vegetative phases of...

Greve, L.; Nilsen, A-J., 1985: Euphrantia (=Rhacochlaena) (Loew, 1846) (Dipt., Tephritidae) new to Scandinavia. Fauna Norvegica Series B: 321: 45-46