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Herbicides

Properties, Synthesis and Control of Weeds

This book is divided into two sections namely: synthesis and properties of herbicides and herbicidal control of weeds. Chapters 1 to 11 deal with the study of different synthetic pathways of certain herbicides and the physical and chemical properties of other synthesized herbicides. The other 14 chapters (12-25) discussed the different methods by which each herbicide controls specific weed population. The overall purpose of the book, is to show properties and characterization of herbicides, the physical and chemical properties of selected types of herbicides, and the influence of certain herbicides on soil physical and chemical properties on microflora. In addition, an evaluation of the degree of contamination of either soils and/or crops by herbicides is discussed alongside an investigation into the performance and photochemistry of herbicides and the fate of excess herbicides in soils and field crops.

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HerbicidesProperties, Synthesis and Control of WeedsEdited by Mohammed Nagib Hasaneen

Published: January 13th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2511

ISBN: 978-953-307-803-8

Copyright year: 2012

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21 Crossref Citations

61 Web of Science Citations

97 Dimensions Citations

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1. Preparation and Characterization of Polymeric Microparticles Used for Controlled Release of Ametryn Herbicide

By Fabiana A. Lobo, Carina L. de Aguirre, Patrícia M.S. Souza, Renato Grillo, Nathalie F.S. de Melo, André H. Rosa and Leonardo F. Fraceto

2207

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2. Benzoxazolinone Detoxification and Degradation – A Molecule ́s Journey

By Margot Schulz, Dieter Sicker, František Baluška, Tina Sablofski, Heinrich W. Scherer and Felix Martin Ritter

1402

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3. Fate and Determination of Triazine Herbicides in Soil

By Helena Prosen

2752

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4. The Influence of Biochar Production on Herbicide Sorption Characteristics

By S.A. Clay and D.D. Malo

1694

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5. Chemical Behaviour and Herbicidal Activity of Cyclohexanedione Oxime Herbicides

By Pilar Sandín-España, Beatriz Sevilla-Morán, José Luis Alonso-Prados and Inés Santín-Montanya

2562

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6. 1(Heterocyclyl),2,4,5-Tetrasubstituted Benzenes as Protoporphyrinogen-IX Oxidase Inhibiting Herbicides

By Hai-Bo Yu, Xue-Ming Cheng and Bin Li

1653

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7. Persistence of Herbicide Sulfentrazone in Soil Cultivated with Sugarcane and Soy and Effect on Crop Rotation

By Flávio Martins Garcia Blanco, Edivaldo Domingues Velini and Antonio Batista Filho

2889

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8. Paraquat: An Oxidative Stress Inducer

By Ramiro Lascano, Nacira Muñoz, Germán Robert, Marianela Rodriguez, Mariana Melchiorre, Victorio Trippi and Gastón Quero

4643

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9. Herbicides and the Aquatic Environment

By Rafael Grossi Botelho, João Pedro Cury, Valdemar Luiz Tornisielo and José Barbosa dos Santos

2078

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10. Comparative Assessment of the Photocatalytic Efficiency of TiO2 Wackherr in the Removal of Clopyralid from Various Types of Water

By Biljana Abramović, Vesna Despotović, Daniela Šojić, Ljiljana Rajić, Dejan Orčić and Dragana Četojević-Simin

1899

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11. Row Crop Herbicide Drift Effects on Water Bodies and Aquaculture

By Peter Wesley Perschbacher, Regina Edziyie and Gerald M. Ludwig

1315

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12. Evaluation of the Contamination by Herbicides in Olive Groves

By Antonio Ruiz-Medina and Eulogio J. Llorent-Martínez

1682

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13. Prediction of Herbicides Concentration in Streams

By Raj Mohan Singh

1030

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14. Forty Years with Glyphosate

By András Székács and Béla Darvas

3656

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15. Effects of Herbicide Atrazine in Experimental Animal Models

By Grasiela D.C. Severi-Aguiar and Elaine C.M. Silva-Zacarin

2454

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16. A Critical View of the Photoinitiated Degradation of Herbicides

By Šárka Klementova

1680

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17. Oxidative Stress as a Possible Mechanism of Toxicity of the Herbicide 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4-D)

By Bettina Bongiovanni, Cintia Konjuh, Arístides Pochettino and Alejandro Ferri

1382

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18. Weed Population Dynamics

By Aurélio Vaz De Melo, Rubens Ribeiro da Silva, Hélio Bandeira Barros and Cíntia Ribeiro de Souza

2393

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19. Ecological Production Technology of Phenoxyacetic Herbicides MCPA and 2,4-D in the Highest World Standard

By Wiesław Moszczyński and Arkadiusz Białek

3704

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20. Vegetative Response to Weed Control in Forest Restoration

By John-Pascal Berrill and Christa M. Dagley

1733

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21. Sugar Beet Weeds in Tadla Region (Morocco): Species Encountered, Interference and Chemical Control

By Y. Baye, A. Taleb and M. Bouhache

1861

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22. Adverse Effects of Herbicides on Freshwater Zooplankton

By Roberto Rico-Martínez, Juan Carlos Arias-Almeida, Ignacio Alejandro Pérez-Legaspi, Jesús Alvarado-Flores and José Luis Retes-Pruneda

3093

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23. Herbicide Tolerant Food Legume Crops: Possibilities and Prospects

By N.P. Singh and Indu Singh Yadav

2261

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24. Influence of Degree Infestation with Echinochloa crus–galli Species on Crop Production in Corn

By Teodor Rusu and Ileana Bogdan

2151

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25. Herbicides in Winter Wheat of Early Growth Stages Enhance Crop Productivity

By Vytautas Pilipavičius

2194

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