Target Sites of Fungicide Action presents a critical examination of the mode of action of antifungal inhibitors, especially the mechanistical aspects of agricultural fungicides and antifungal drugs. It provides an interdisciplinary approach through its discussions of inhibitors with target sites in sterol biosynthesis, molecular studies in fungicide research, and fungal resistance. Researchers and students in plant pathology, mycology, and medicine will find this book to be a comprehensive summary of current knowledge, as well as a source of stimulation for future research in the field of applied mycology.
1. Target Sites of Carboxamides G.A. White and S.G. Georgopoulos 2. Target Sites of Hydroxypyrimidines D.W. Hollomon 3. Target Sites of Tubulin-Binding Fungicides H. Ishii 4. Target Sites of Fungicides with Primary Effects on Lipid Peroxidation W. Edlich and H. Lyr 5. Target Sites of Fungicides to Control Oomycetes J.M. Griffith, A.J. Davis and B. Grant 6. Target Sites of Melanin Biosynthesis Inhibitors I. Yamaguchi and Y. Kubo 7. Antifungal Target Sites in Sterol Function and Biosynthesis Wolfram K�ller 8. Target Sites of Sterol Biosynthesis Inhibitors in Plants A. Rahier and P. Benveniste 9. Target Sites of Sterol Biosynthesis Inhibitors: Secondary Activities on Cytochrome P-450-Dependent Reactions H. Vanden Bossche and P.A.J. Janssen 10. Target Research in the Discovery and Development of Antifungal Inhibitors Wolfram K�ller 11. Biotechnology and Fungal Control A.J. Poulose