Volume 2 deals with the mechanisms of herbicide action and of resistance and tolerance to herbicides. The first five chapters of this volume cover the effects of herbicides and adjuvants on the physiology of plants. Professor Black‘s chapter begins by covering the effects of herbicides on photosynthesis, including photosynthetic assimilation of nitrogen, sulfur, and phosphorus. This is followed by Dr. Morelands chapter on herbicide interactions with plant respiration. The third chapter by Professor Bartels deals with the effects of herbicides on chloroplast and cellular development with emphasis on correlating physiological information with ultrasound effects.
Table of Contents
1. Effects of Herbicides on Photosynthesis 2. Effects of Herbicides on Respiration 3. Effects of Herbicides on Chloroplast and Cellular Development 4. Effects of Herbicides on Nonphotosynthetic Biosynthetic Processes 5. Herbicide Effects on Membrane Functions 6. The Physiological Effects of Adjuvants on Plants 7. Herbicide Tolerance and Resistance: Alteration of Site of Activity 8. Herbicide Absorption and Translocation and Their relationship to Plant Tolerances 9. Detoxification of Herbicides.