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Fungicides : classification, role in disease management and toxicity effects

Miguel N. Wheeler Bradley H Johnston; Miguel N Wheeler

Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2013

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  • Title:
    Fungicides : classification, role in disease management and toxicity effects
  • Author: Miguel N. Wheeler
  • Bradley H Johnston; Miguel N Wheeler
  • Subjects: Antifungal agents; Fungicides -- Toxicology; Electronic books
  • Contents: ""FUNGICIDES. CLASSIFICATION, ROLE IN DISEASE MANAGEMENT AND TOXICITY EFFECTS""; ""FUNGICIDES. CLASSIFICATION, ROLE IN DISEASE MANAGEMENT AND TOXICITY EFFECTS""; ""Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data""; ""CONTENTS""; ""PREFACE""; ""Chapter 1: PLANT-DERIVED BIOFUNGICIDES: OVERVIEW AND PERSPECTIVES ""; ""ABSTRACT""; ""1. INTRODUCTION""; ""2. THE ORIGIN OF PLANT-DERIVED BIOFUNGICIDES""; ""3. MODE OF ACTION AND CLASSIFICATION""; ""4. PLANT-DERIVED PRODUCTS WITH KNOWN ANTIFUNGAL PROPERTIES""; ""5. SCREENING METHODS OF ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF PLANT-DERIVED COMPOUNDS""
    ""5. CASE STUDY: ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF VITEX AGNUS-CASTUS AGAINST PYTHIUM ULTIMUM IN TOMATO""""CONCLUSION""; ""REFERENCES""; ""Chapter 2: TRICYCLAZOLE AND AZOXYSTROBIN IN RICE BLAST MANAGEMENT: A REVIEW OF THEIR ACTIVITY AND PATHOGEN RESPONSES ""; ""ABSTRACT""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""RICE BLAST""; ""RICE BLAST MANAGEMENT""; ""FUNGICIDES IN RICE BLAST MANAGEMENT""; ""AZOXYSTROBIN""; ""TRICYCLAZOLE""; ""CONCLUSION""; ""REFERENCES""; ""Chapter 3: FUNGICIDES AND THEIR ROLE IN DISEASE MANAGEMENT ""; ""ABSTRACT""; ""OVERVIEW ON FUNGICIDES' HISTORY AND EVOLUTION""
    ""MODES OF ACTION AND RESISTANCE TO FUNGICIDES""""RESISTANCE MECHANISMS""; ""CURRENT GLOBAL SCENARIO""; ""GENERAL OUTLINES ON THE PROCESS FOR AUTHORIZATION OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS IN THE EU""; ""DISEASE MANAGEMENT""; ""CONCLUSION""; ""REFERENCES""; ""Chapter 4: CLASSIFICATION OF FUNGICIDES ""; ""ABSTRACT""; ""1. INTRODUCTION""; ""2. CLASSIFICATION OF FUNGICIDES ACCORDING TO WHERE THEY ARE APPLIED""; ""3. CLASSIFICATION OF FUNGICIDES ACCORDING TO THE MOBILITY AND/OR POSITION IN THE PLANT""
    ""4. CLASSIFICATION OF FUNGICIDES ACCORDING TO THE TIME OF APPLICATION AND SUB-PHASES OF THE INFECTIOUS PROCESS""""5. CLASSIFICATION OF FUNGICIDES ACCORDING TO THE FUNGICIDE UPTAKE BY THE FUNGUS""; ""6. CLASSIFICATION OF FUNGICIDES ACCORDING TO THEIR MECHANISM OF ACTION""; ""REFERENCES""; ""Chapter 5: EFFECTIVE FUNGICIDES FOR CEREAL CROPS PROTECTION AGAINST TOXICOGENIC FUNGI CAUSING FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT ""; ""ABSTRACT""; ""BACKGROUND""; ""METHOD""; ""RESULTS AND DISCUSSION""; ""REFERENCES""; ""INDEX""
    Fungicides are chemical agents that inhibit or eliminate mycelial growth or fungal spores. The chemical, physical, and biological characteristics of a fungicide determines its suitability for control of a determined disease. In this book, the authors present current research in the study of the classification, role in disease management and toxicity effects of fungicides. Topics discussed in this compilation include plant-derived biofungicides; tricyclazole and azoxystrobin in rice blast management; fungicides and their role in disease management; classification of fungicides; and effective fu
    Description based upon print version of record.
  • Publisher: Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
  • Creation Date: 2013
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (133 p.).
  • Language: English
  • Identifier: ISBN1-62948-045-2
  • Source: 01GALI USG ALMA
  • NZ MMS ID: 9913739039402931

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