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This one-stop reference for everybody operating within the agrochemical enterprise is the top reference within the box, with first class authors from all significant crop safety businesses, together with Bayer, Dow, Syngenta and BASF. In 3 volumes, one each one on herbicides, fungicides and pesticides, it offers updated details at the chemical homes, mode of motion, diversity of program, industrial-scale synthesis and advertisement items. the hot version has been up to date and increased by means of greater than 50 new compounds and their mechanisms, for a whole photo of agrochemicals brought considering the fact that 1990.
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Chapter 1 HRAC class of Herbicides and Resistance improvement (pages 5–28): Hubert Menne and Helmut Kocher
Chapter 2 Acetohydroxyacid Synthase Inhibitors (AHAS/ALS) (pages 29–162): Steven Gutteridge, Mark E. Thompson, Oswald Ort, Dale L. Shaner, Mark Stidham, Bijay Singh, Siyuan Tan, Timothy C. Johnson, Richard ok. Mann, Paul R. Schmitzer, Roger E. Gast, Gerrit J. deBoer, Takumi Yoshimura, Ryo Hanai, Tsutomu Shimizu, Klaus?Helmut Muller, Ernst?Rudolf F. Gesing and Hans?Joachim Santel
Chapter three Protoporphyrinogen IX Oxidase Inhibitors (pages 163–195): George Theodoridis, Rex Liebl and Cyrill Zagar
Chapter four Herbicides with Bleaching homes (pages 197–276): Gerhard Hamprecht, Dr. Matthias Witschel, Timothy R. Hawkes, Andrew J. F. Edmunds, James A. Morris and Andreas van Almsick
Chapter five New Auxin Mimics and Herbicides (pages 277–304): Terence A. Walsh, Paul R. Schmitzer, Robert A. Masters, William C. Lo, Roger E. Gast, Jon S. Claus and Bruce L. Finkelstein
Chapter 6 Herbicides tense the Synthesis of Very Long?Chain Fatty Acids (pages 305–337): Peter Babczinski, Yukiyoshi Watanabe, Masao Nakatani, Takumi Yoshimura, Ryo Hanai, Yoshitaka Tanetani and Tsutomu Shimizu
Chapter 7 Inhibitors of Cellulose Biosynthesis (pages 339–369): Hansjorg Dietrich and Bernd Laber
Chapter eight Safeners for Herbicides (pages 371–397): Chris Rosinger, Klaus Bartsch and Wolfgang Schulte
Chapter nine Genetically converted Herbicide?Resistant plants (pages 399–437): Susan J. Martino?Catt, Paul C. C. Feng, Stephen R. Padgette, Susan Martino?Catt and Gunter Donn
Chapter 10 Microtubulin meeting Inhibitors (Pyridines) (pages 439–445): Darin W. Lickfeldt, Denise P. Cudworth, Daniel D. Loughner and Lowell D. Markley
Chapter eleven Acetyl?CoA Carboxylase Inhibitors (pages 447–477): Jean Wenger, Thierry Niderman and Chris Mathews
Chapter 12 Photosynthesis Inhibitors: Regulatory facets, Re?Registration in Europe, marketplace tendencies, and New items (pages 479–521): Martyn Griffiths, Karl?Wilhelm Munks and Klaus?Helmut Muller
Chapter thirteen New facets of Plant Regulators (pages 523–534): Hans Ulrich Haas
Chapter 14 FRAC Mode of motion class and Resistance hazard of Fungicides (pages 539–557): Karl?Heinz Kuck, Andy Leadbeater and Ulrich Gisi
Chapter 15 Fungicides performing on Oxidative Phosphorylation (pages 559–691): Fergus Earley, Hubert Sauter, Joachim Rheinheimer, Heiko Rieck, Pierre?Yves Coqueron, William G. Whittingham and Harald Walter
Chapter sixteen Fungicides performing on Amino Acids and Protein Synthesis (pages 693–714): Heinrich Buchenauer, Frank Walker, Ulrich Gisi and Urs Muller
Chapter 17 Fungicides performing on sign Transduction (pages 715–737): Andrew Corran, Gertrude Knauf?Beiter and Ronald Zeun
Chapter 18 Fungicides performing on Mitosis and cellphone department (pages 739–760): David H. younger, Isao Ueyama and Yoshio Kurahashi
Chapter 19 Sterol Biosynthesis Inhibitors (pages 761–805): Karl?Heinz Kuck, Klaus Stenzel and Jean?Pierre Vors
Chapter 20 Carboxylic Acid Amide (CAA) Fungicides (pages 807–830): Ulrich Gisi, Clemens Lamberth, Andreas Mehl and Thomas Seitz
Chapter 21 Fluopicolide: a brand new Anti?Oomycetes Fungicide? (pages 831–838): Valerie Toquin, Marie?Pascale Latorse and Roland Beffa
Chapter 22 Melanin Synthesis within the telephone Wall (pages 839–863): Michael Schindler, Haruko Sawada and Klaus Tietjen
Chapter 23 Fungicides with Unknown Mode of motion (pages 865–885): Stefan Hillebrand, Jean?Luc Zundel and Klaus Tietjen
Chapter 24 lately brought Powdery mould Fungicides (pages 887–899): Jochen Dietz
Chapter 25 most modern facets of Nucleic Acid Synthesis Inhibitors: Metalaxyl?M (pages 901–908): Urs Muller and Ulrich Gisi
Chapter 26 Host safeguard Inducers (pages 909–928): Valerie Toquin, Catherine Sirven, Lutz Assmann and Haruko Sawada
Chapter 27 IRAC: Insecticide Resistance, and Mode of motion type of pesticides (pages 935–955): Ralf Nauen, Alfred Elbert, Alan McCaffery, Russell Slater and Thomas C. Sparks
Chapter 28 Insect Molting and Metamorphosis (pages 957–998): Tarlochan Singh Dhadialla, Ronald Ross and Makoto Hatakoshi
Chapter 29 Chitin Synthesis (pages 999–1027): Joel J. Sheets, Thomas Bretschneider and Ralf Nauen
Chapter 30 Midgut–Transgenic vegetation Expressing Bacillus thuringiensis Cry Proteins (pages 1029–1058): Jeroen Van Rie and Stefan Jansens
Chapter 31 Metabolic approaches (pages 1059–1126): Josef Ehrenfreund, David Kuhn, Nigel Armes, Thomas C. Sparks, Carl V. DeAmicis, Thomas Bretschneider, Reiner Fischer and Ralf Nauen
Chapter 32 worried approach (pages 1127–1326): Dr. Peter Jeschke, Ralf Nauen, Thomas C. Sparks, Michael R. Loso, Gerald B. Watson, Jonathan M. Babcock, Vincent J. Kramer, Yuanming Zhu, Benjamin M. Nugent, James D. Thomas, Gary D. Crouse, James E. Dripps, Clive Waldron, Vincent L. Salgado, Stefan Schnatterer, Keith A. Holmes and Thomas Pitterna
Chapter 33 New Unknown Modes of motion (pages 1327–1387): Peter Maienfisch, Mark A. Dekeyser, Shigeru Saito, Noriyasu Sakamoto, Olivier Loiseleur and Brigitte Slaats
Chapter 34 pesticides Affecting Calcium Homeostasis (pages 1389–1425): Hiroshi Hamaguchi, Takashi Hirooka, Takao Masaki, George P. Lahm, Daniel Cordova, James D. Barry, John T. Andaloro, I. Billy Annan, Paula C. Marcon, Hector E. Portillo, Thomas M. Stevenson and Thomas P. Selby

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