picloram


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picloram

(pĭk′lə-răm′, pī′klə-)
n.
A colorless compound, C6H3Cl3N2O2, used as a herbicide.

picloram

a picolinic acid derivative used as a herbicide; causes weakness, anorexia and depression in poisoned animals.
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The explants cultured on medium containing NAA, 2,4-D or Picloram (Figure 1Ca, 1Cd and 1Ce; Table 1) demonstrated low root production compared to the treatments with IBA or IAA.
Differences included a higher frequency of detection of atrazine and sulfonylurea herbicides in reservoirs in southern Manitoba, whereas picloram was detected only in reservoirs in Alberta.
O objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar a eficacia no controle da brotacao de tocos de teca, imediatamente apos o desbaste e das rebrotas de tocos de arvores desbastadas no ano anterior, com a aplicacao isolada ou combinada de diferentes concentracoes de picloram e triclopyr, associada ou nao a confeccao de danos fisicos aos tocos.
Pang L, Close ME, Watt JPC, Vincent KW (2000) Simulation of picloram, atrazine and simazine leaching through two New Zealand soils and into groundwater using HYDRUS-2D.
Results showed rapid leaching of the tracers and 3 pesticides with an order of mobility hexazinone > picloram > triclopyr, consistent with the reported [K.
Concentrations of 2,4-D and picloram 136 times higher than those found in the commercial formulation were required to inhibit mitochondria when the surfactant was removed from the experiment.
1993) and were able to increase leaf absorption of picloram (4-amino-3,5, 6-trichloro-2-pyridinecarboxylicacid) (Moxness and Lym, 1989).
Paternally mediated reproductive toxicity of a picloram and 2,4-D combination herbicide has been suggested in mice (24).
Pesticides were applied in November 1997: atrazine, terbuthylazine, procymidone, and hexazinone were applied to Site A; and 2,4-D, picloram, and triclopyr to Site B.
Atrazine, hexazinone, procymidone, and terbuthylazine were applied to Site A (area 15 by 15 m), and 2,4-D, picloram, and triclopyr were applied to Site B (5 by 15 m) iii November 1997.
Picloram, atrazine, simazine, and bromide were applied to 2 sites, a Twyford fine sandy loam and a Te Awa silt loam, located in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, and monitored at approximately monthly intervals using suction cup samplers for 1200 and 800 days, respectively.
Some common herbicides used under forestry are atrazine, simazine, glyphosate, picloram, and triclopyr.