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Fungicides

Plant and plant products are affected by a large number of plant pathogens among which fungal pathogens. These diseases play a major role in the current deficit of food supply worldwide. Various control strategies were developed to reduce the negative effects of diseases on food, fiber, and forest crops products. For the past fifty years fungicides have played a major role in the increased productivity of several crops in most parts of the world. Although fungicide treatments are a key component of disease management, the emergence of resistance, their introduction into the environment and their toxic effect on human, animal, non-target microorganisms and beneficial organisms has become an important factor in limiting the durability of fungicide effectiveness and usefulness. This book contains 25 chapters on various aspects of fungicide science from efficacy to resistance, toxicology and development of new fungicides that provides a comprehensive and authoritative account for the role of fungicides in modern agriculture.

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FungicidesEdited by Odile Carisse

Published: December 14th 2010

DOI: 10.5772/555

ISBN: 978-953-307-266-1

Copyright year: 2010

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25 Crossref Citations

103 Web of Science Citations

110 Dimensions Citations

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1. Curative and Eradicative Effects of Fungicides

By Dario Ivic

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2. Factors Affecting Fungicide Efficacy in the Tropics

By Ricardo Balardin

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3. Fungicides and Biological Products Activities towards Fungi Causing Diseases on Banana and Vegetable in Cote d'Ivoire

By Daouda Koné, Camara Brahima, Badou Jean Odjochounou, Doumbouya Mohamed, Soro Sibirina, Carine Aya N'Guessan and Bomisso Edson Lezin

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4. A Multi-Aspect Comparative Investigation on the Use of Strobilurin and Triazole-based Fungicides for Winter Wheat Disease Control

By Irena Gaurilčikienė, Bronislava Butkutė, Audronė Mankevičienė and Vanda Paplauskienė

2699

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5. Fungicides for Wood Protection - World Viewpoint and Evaluation/Testing in Slovakia

By Ladislav Reinprecht

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6. Challenges of Fungicide Control on Wheat Rusts in Kenya

By Ruth Wanyera, Joseph Kinyoro Macharia and Samuel Kilonzo

3864

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7. Fungicides Application against Fusarium Head Blight in Wheat and Barley for Ensuring Food Safety

By Takashi Nakajima

3840

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8. Advances of Fungicide Application for Winter Oilseed Rape

By Zinta Gaile, Oskars Balodis and Biruta Bankina

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9. Disease Decision Support Systems: Their Impact on Disease Management and Durability of Fungicide Effectiveness

By Odile, Carisse, David-Mathieu, Tremblay, Tristan, Jobin, and Anne Sophie, Walker

2654

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10. The QoI Fungicides, the Rise and Fall of a Successful Class of Agricultural Fungicides

By Dolores Fernández-ortuño, Juan A. Torés, Antonio De Vicente and Alejandro Pérez-garcía

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11. Fungicide Resistance in Cucurbit Powdery Mildew Fungi

By Ales Lebeda, Margaret T. MgGrath and Bozena Sedlakova

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12. Phenotypic Analyses of Fenhexamid Resistant Botrytis cinerea Mutants

By Seiya Saito, Seiichi Furuya, Tsutomu Takayanagi and Shunji Suzuki

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13. Utilization of Sweat Potato Starch Wastewater and Monosodium Glutamate Wastewater for Cultivation of an Anti-Fungal Biocontrol Agent Paenibacillus Polymyxa

By Zhihui Bai, Likun Gu, Yanming Su, Bo Jin and Guoqiang Zhuang

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14. Environmental Risks of Fungicides Used in Horticultural Production Systems

By Adam Wightwick, Robert Walters, Graeme Allinson, Suzanne Reichman and Neal Menzies

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15. Benzimidazole Fungicides in Environmental Samples: Extraction and Determination Procedures

By José Juan Santana Rodríguez, Mª Esther Torres Padrón, Jana Aufartová and Zoraida Sosa Ferrera

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16. Propiconazole Toxicity on the Non-Target Organism, the Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungus, Glomus irregulare

By Maryline Calonne, Joël Fontaine, Djouher Debiane, Frédéric Laruelle, Anne Grandmougin-Ferjani and Anissa Lounès-Hadj Sahraoui

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17. Fungicides and Their Effects on Animals

By Hasan H. Oruc

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18. Introduction and Toxicology of Fungicides

By Rachid Rouabhi

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19. Interactions of Fungicides and Pesticides with Specific Enzymes

By Deniz Ekinci and Murat Şentürk

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20. Neurotoxic Effects of Triazole Fungicides on Nigrostriatal Dopaminergic Neurotransmission

By Lilian Rosana Faro

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21. Influence of Fungicide Residues in Wine Quality

By Alberto Barba, José Oliva and Paula Payá

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22. Do Cytochrome P450 Enzymes Contribute to the Metabolism of Xenobiotics in Human?

By Khaled Abass, Petri Reponen, Miia Turpeinen, Sampo Mattila and Olavi Pelkonen

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23. Neural Computation Methods in the Determination of Fungicides

By Carmen Paz Suarez Araujo, Patricio García Báez and Yaride Hernández Trujillo

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24. Research and Development of Macrocyclic Compounds as Fungicides

By Dao-Quan Wang

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25. Two-Component Signaling System in Filamentous Fungi and the Mode of Action of Dicarboximide and Phenylpyrrole Fungicides

By Chihiro Tanaka and Kosuke Izumitsu

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