DMPP


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DMPP

Abbreviation for dimethylphenylpiperazinium.
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2011) reported that application of DMPP can reduce N losses to environment and improve N supply to cultivated crops.
This article highlights an important and growing issue identified from the DMPP research.
As part of the development of a business model of piracy, the DMPP working groups considered the support structures necessary to facilitate a large and fairly sophisticated criminal enterprise.
1] en forma de SNA (26 % N; 19% en forma amoniacal y 7% en forma de nitratos), tratado con DMPP (0,8% respecto al N amoniacal).
Jamali H, Quayle W, Scheer C, Baidock J (2016) Mitigation of N20 emissions from surface-irrigated cropping systems using water management and the nitrification inhibitor DMPP.
2005) found that DMPP applied with cattle slurry was able to maintain soil mineral nitrogen in the ammonium form for 22 days and reduce nitrous oxide emission by 69% in autumn, but in spring its effect on soil mineral N lasted for only 7-14 days, and reduced nitrous oxide loss by 48%.
However, it is notable that most studies with DMPP have been conducted in temperate regions (Linzmeier et al.
Irigoyen I, Mum J, Azpilikueta M, Aparicio-Tejo A, Lamsfus C (2003) Ammonium oxidation kinetics in the presence of nitrification inhibitors DCD and DMPP at various temperatures.
nitrapyrine and DMPP (3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate), have also been used to reduce nitrate leaching from cropping systems or from animal manures applied on land (Amberger 1989; Prasad and Power 1995; Zerulla et al.