DMPP


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DMPP

Abbreviation for dimethylphenylpiperazinium.
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As part of the DMPP project, the Socio-economic Module undertook the development of a predictive indicators model to determine whether it was possible to identify early symptoms or precursors to a more substantial outbreak of maritime piracy.
Chao X, Wu LH, Ju XT, Zhang FS (2005) Role of nitrification inhibitor DMPP (3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate) in N[O.
Irigoyen I, Muro J, Azpilikueta M, Aparicio-Tejo P, Lamsfus C (2003) Ammonium oxidation kinetics in the presence of nitrification inhibitors DCD and DMPP at various temperatures.
Pasda G, Hahndel R, Zerulla W (2001) Effect of fertilizers with the new nitrification inhibitor DMPP (3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate) on yield and quality of agricultural and horticultural crops.
Weiske A, Benckiser G, Ottow JCG (2001a) Effect of the new nitrification inhibitor DMPP in comparison to DCD on nitrous oxide ([N.
pyridine 5-Ethoxy-3-trichloromethyl-I, Dwell, Terrazole, Uniroyal 2, 4-thiadiazol Etradiazo) Chemical Dicyandiamide DCD SKW Trostberg AG 3,4-Dimethylpyrazole phosphate DMPP (ENTEC) BASF AG 2-Amino-4-chloro-6-methyl- AM Mitsui Toatsu pyrimidine Co.
Both DCD and DMPP reduce soil nitrification activity, but the effect of both inhibitors declines drastically with increasing temperatures.
2001) observed a significant reduction in the effect of DMPP at high temperatures, finding that at 20[degrees]C, ammonium disappeared completely from soil 2 months after DMPP application.
As a result, the likely effects on crops and on the environment derived from using fertilisers with the nitrification inhibitors DCD and DMPP could be strongly diminished if soil temperature is close to 30[degrees]C.
The inhibitory capacities of both DCD and DMPP prevail for a week, a month, and longer than 3 months when soil temperature is 30, 20, and 10[degrees]C, respectively.