1st Edition

Adjuvants and Agrochemicals Volume 1: Mode Of Action and Physiological Activity

By Paul N. P. Chow Copyright 1989
    222 Pages
    by CRC Press

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    Studies of Adjuvants involve many scientific fields from basic research of the chemistry, through investigations into physiological effects and environmental impact, to mixture formulation and field use. These important areas are illustrated in these two volumes, which are contributions from the First International Symposium on Adjuvants for Agrochemicals, held in Brandon, Manitoba on August 5 to 7, 1986. A total of 200 participants from 19 countries met to discuss their common interest in adjuvant science, technology, and application. It is the editors hope that these volumes will stimulate interest in and promote a better understanding of the chemical, physiological, and agronomic aspects of adjuvants as they relate agrochemicals. In addition, the revisedAdjuvants for Agrochemicals: A Selected Bibliography of World Literature in the English Language will be a valuable resource for agricultural researchers and other users. We hope that adjuvant research will lead to even safer, more efficient, and more economical use of chemicals in agriculture and forestry.

    1 Adjuvants: Terminology, Classification, and Mode Action 2. The Analysis of Surfactants and Some of Their Plant Metabolites 3. Thiocyanate: Mode of Action as Herbicide and Herbicide Adjuvant 4. Phenol-Glyphosate Interaction: Effects on IAA Metabolism and Growth of Plants 5. Effect of Nonionic Surfactants on Stomatal Movement and Transpiration of Seedlings of Ten Plant Species 6. Effects of Nonylphenol Adjuvant on Macrophytes 7. Effect of Six Surfactants on Rhizospheric pH and Membrane Permeability of Wild Oat -Avena Fatua L and Wheat -Triticum Aestivum 8. Effect of Surfactant Agral 90 on the Activity of Plant Growth Retardants in the Physiology of Rice Plants 9. The Effect of Formulations on the Herbicidal Activity of Phenmedipham 10. The Influence Nonionic Surfactants on the Penetration and Transport of Systematic Fungicides in Plants 11. Toxicological Effects of Adjuvants on Pesticide Formulations 12. Foliar Absorption of Some Nonionic Surfactants from Aqueous Solutions in the Absence and Presence of Pesticidal Active Ingredients 13. The Effect of Certain Nonionic Surfactants on the Uptake and Translocation of Herbicides in Bracken Pterdium Aquilinum Kuhn 14. Effect of Adjuvants on Uptake and Translocation of Glyphosate in Gorse Ulex Europaeus 15. The Role of Anions in the Foliar Uptake of Nutrients as Influenced by EDTA and Tween-20 Adjuvants 16. Role of Some Adjuvants in Enhancing the Efficacy of Herbicides on Forest Species 17. Enhancement of Glyphosate Activity by Fatty Amine Ethoxylate Adjuvant- A Physiological Investigation 18. The Phytoxicity of Difenzoquat to Wild Oat as Influenced by Other Pesticides 19. Growth Regulator Herbicides as Modifiers to Activity of Fenoxapropr-Ethyl- A New Approach for Antidote Adjuvant Research- 20 Natural Adjuvants for Biocontrol of Soil-Borne Diseases


    Paul N. P. Chow