phenylurea

phenylurea

a chemical compound on which relatively nontoxic herbicides are based. Very high intakes of these cause loss of appetite and weight and weakness of the hindquarters.
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Strains of the soil fungus Mortierella show different degradation potentials for the phenylurea herbicide diuron.
Polyphenol oxidase activity, color changes, and dehydration in table grape rachis during development and storage as affected by N-(2-chloro-4-pyridyl)-N- phenylurea," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
Cytokinins (CKs) such as N6- benzyladenine (BA) and N-(2-chloro-4-pyridyl)-N- phenylurea (CPPU) are used with GA3 to avoid poor berry set, which is caused by improper timing of prebloom GA3 application (Dan, 1996; Motomura and Hori, 1978; Naito et al.
The influence of phenylurea cytokinins DROPP and 4PU-30 on essential oil composition (GC analysis) of cineole-type spearmint cultivar CS-8-7 was studied.
Joint algal toxicity of phenylurea herbicides is equally predictable by concentration addition and independent action.
In another DuPont application, products from the phenylurea class of herbicides used for broadleaf control, such as diuron, monuron, and their metabolites, were successfully evaluated with supercritical fluid chromatography.
Expression of CycD3 is transiently increased by pollination and N-(2-chloro-4-pyridyl)-N- phenylurea in ovaries of Lagenaria leucantha.
Nenhum efeito em condicao de laboratorio do herbicida Phenylurea (Isoproturon) foi exibido pela populacao de colembolos do solo (PONGE et al.
Kuwait's total diet study: dietary intake of organochlorine, carbamate, benzimidazole and phenylurea pesticide residues.
Synthesis of haptens and derivation of monoclonal antibodies for immunoassay of the phenylurea herbicide diuron.