Ecophysiology of Pesticides

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  • Author : Talat Parween
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 332 pages
  • ISBN : 0128176156
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Ecophysiology of Pesticides

Ecophysiology of Pesticides
  • Author : Talat Parween,Sumira Jan
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 31 July 2019
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Ecophysiology of Pesticides: Interface between Pesticide Chemistry and Plant Physiology is the first comprehensive overview of the physical impact of this increasingly complex environmental challenge. Designed to offer state-of-the-art knowledge, the book covers pesticide usage and its consequences on the ecophysiology of plants. It includes the challenge of policymaking in pesticide consumption and a risk analysis of conventional and modern approaches on standard usage. In addition, it summarizes research reports pertaining to the physio-ecological effects of pesticides, discusses the environmental

Organic Xenobiotics and Plants

Organic Xenobiotics and Plants
  • Author : Peter Schröder,Christopher D. Collins
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 08 November 2010
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Natural and agro-ecosystems are frequently exposed to natural or synthetic substances, which, while they have no direct nutritional value or significance in metabolism, may negatively affect plant functioning. These, xenobiotics, may originate from both natural (fires, volcano eruptions, soil or rock erosion, biodegradation) and anthropogenic (air and soil pollution, herbicides) sources. And, while affected plants have only a limited number of possibilities for avoiding accumulation of these compounds, they do exhibit several enzymatic reactions for detoxification including oxidation, reduction, hydrolysis

Spider Ecophysiology

Spider Ecophysiology
  • Author : Wolfgang Nentwig
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 15 February 2013
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With over 43,000 species, spiders are the largest predacious arthropod group. They have developed key characteristics such as multi-purpose silk types, venoms consisting of hundreds of components, locomotion driven by muscles and hydraulic pressure, a highly evolved key-lock mechanism between the complex genital structures, and many more unique features. After 300 million years of evolutionary refinement, spiders are present in all land habitats and represent one of the most successful groups of terrestrial organisms. Ecophysiology combines functional and evolutionary aspects of morphology,

Methodologies and Results in Grapevine Research

Methodologies and Results in Grapevine Research
  • Author : Serge Delrot,Hipólito Medrano,Etti Or,Luigi Bavaresco,Stella Grando
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 19 October 2010
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Grapevine is a crop of major economical interest, and wine represents a multicultural heritage which has been growing since several milleniums. Yet, modern viticulture must face several challenges. Global climate has increased berry sugar content (and alcohol in the wine) whereas phenolic and aromatic ripeness are not always achieved. Water supply is becoming shorter. New varieties better adapted to new climatic conditions might have to be planted, which may affect wine typicity. Phytochemical treatments are more controlled, and the consumer

Pesticides

Pesticides
  • Author : R.P. Soundararajan
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 25 July 2012
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Pesticides are considered as potential molecules to combat insects, pests, diseases and weeds in agricultural, horticultural cropping system as well as health management systems. Pesticides of chemical origin are highly effective against the target organism. However, the chemical pesticides have toxic effects on several non-target species and the growing environmental concerns raises the issues of safety and evaluation of toxicity. In this book the effects of chemical pesticides on fishes, earthworms, beneficial microbes and natural enemies in agricultural ecosystems are

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Pesticides
  • Author : Hamir S. Rathore,Leo M.L. Nollet
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 11 April 2012
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Pesticides play an important role in controlling pests that carry diseases and threaten crop production. In recent years, however, there has been increased concern about the adverse impacts of pesticides and their degradation products on public health and the environment. A considerable amount of work is being done to develop nonchemical methods of

Microbe Induced Degradation of Pesticides

Microbe Induced Degradation of Pesticides
  • Author : Shree Nath Singh
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 12 September 2016
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This book focuses on the microbial degradation of endosulfan, lindane, chlorophenols, organochlorine, aldrin, dieldrin, isoproturon and atrazine, etc. which are commonly used in crop fields to kill the pests. Further, it illustrates the role of degradative enzymes, metabolic pathways of degradation, toxicity of metabolites, and the factors regulating the pesticide degradation. In view of persistence of synthetic pesticides, scientists have discovered suitable microbes, such as bacteria, fungi and algae (naturally occurring or genetically engineered) over the years. After successful trials

Pesticide Applications in Agricultural Systems

Pesticide Applications in Agricultural Systems
  • Author : Giuseppe Manetto,Emanuele Cerruto,Domenico Longo,Rita Papa
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release : 16 August 2021
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The effective and efficient application of PPP in agriculture is a very complex task, involving a lot of aspects ranging from active substance properties to climatic conditions, from target structure to equipment features, from operator awareness to the reference legislative framework. Some of these aspects have been treated in the six papers collected in this Special Issue on “Pesticide Applications in Agricultural Systems”.

Non Target Effects of Pesticides on Organisms Inhabiting Agroecosystems

Non Target Effects of Pesticides on Organisms Inhabiting Agroecosystems
  • Author : Johann G. Zaller,Carsten A. Brühl
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release : 17 October 2019
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Pesticide usage is increasing worldwide and considered among the main factors contributing to the global decline in biodiversity. This Research Topic provides an overview of the state-of-knowledge regarding non-target effects of herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and rodenticides on a variety of ecosystem functions and organisms. Taxa covered in the contributions include algae, amphibians, aquatic fungi, aquatic insects, bats, bumblebees, butterflies, earthworms, enchytraeids, honeybees, plants, rodents and soil microorganisms. The papers also highlight many gaps in our understanding of non-target effects of

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Summer Mortality of Pacific Oyster Crassostrea Gigas
  • Author : Jean-François Samain,Helen McCombie
  • Publisher : Quae
  • Release : 13 February 2008
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Mass oyster mortalities have been known for many years throughout the world, but no strictly pathological explication has been found. This book describes how environmental influences, reproduction, stress, genetics, pathogens and temperature contribute to oyster summer mortality in France. An interaction model is derived from the results and recommendations are made for forecasting and managing risk factors.

Physiological Ecology of North American Plant Communities

Physiological Ecology of North American Plant Communities
  • Author : Brain F. Chabot
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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Although, as W.D. Billings notes in his chapter in this book. the development of physiological ecology can be traced back to the very beginnings of the study of ecology it is clear that the modern development of this field in North America is due in the large part to the efforts of Billings alone. The foundation that Billings laid in the late 1950s came from his own studies on deserts and subsequently arctic and alpine plants, and also from