Biologically Active Natural Products: Agrochemicals by Horace G. Cutler, Stephen J. Cutler

By Horace G. Cutler, Stephen J. Cutler

Typical items that have either plant development regulatory houses and pharmaceutical houses are tested during this ebook. this is often the 1st and most recent textual content linking agrochemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry in a simple to learn presentation for practitioners in either fields. as a result of the excessive and frequent cognizance being given to the bad side-effects of industrial herbicide items similar to residual illness, resistance, environment impairments, and waste iteration, the invention of recent, common herbicides which are biologically secure will turn out to be major and ecocnomic. that includes over two hundred tables, Biologically lively ordinary items: Agrochemicals is particularly worthy to these within the agrochemical and pharmaceutical industries, in addition to these in biochemistry, plant pathology, and common items research and improvement. good points

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Since velvetbean produces 20 to 30 tons of fresh leaves and stems per hectare, approximately 200 to 300 kg of L-DOPA may be added to soils a year. 5. L-DOPA suppresses the radicle growth of lettuce and chickweed to the level of 50% of the control at 50 ppm (2 × 10–4 mol/l). 2 101 110 91 98 160 105 86 82 71 104 77 97 101 95 91 83 83 103 91 107 88 134 95 102 85 32 96 88 27 86 69 25 57 (60°C oven-dried leaf) Oryza sativa (upland) Zea mays Sorghum bicolor Glycine max Phaseolus vulgaris Arachis hypogaea Solanum melongena Cucumis sativus (Fesh leaf) Zea mays Phaseolus vulgaris Cucumis sativus 1 2 One gram of dried, or equivalent to dried, plant residue was added to 100 g of soil.

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