5 edition of Sulfur in pesticide action and metabolism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Joseph D. Rosen, editor, Philip Magee, editor, John E. Casida, editor.|
|Series||ACS symposium series,, 158|
|Contributions||Rosen, Joseph D., 1935-, Magee, Philip, 1926-, Casida, John E., 1929-|
|LC Classifications||SB952.S94 S93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||81007916|
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Sulfur in pesticide action and metabolism: based on a symposium sponsored by the Division of Pesticide Chemistry at the Second Chemical Congress of the North American Continent, Las Vegas, Nevada, August[Joseph D Rosen; Philip S Magee; John E Casida; American Chemical Society.
Division of Pesticide Chemistry. Jochen K. Schubert, Wolfram Miekisch, in Volatile Biomarkers, Organ dysfunction. Sulfur-containing compounds like ethyl mercaptan, dimethylsulfide or dimethyldisulfide are responsible for the characteristic odor in the breath of cirrhotic patients.
91 Sulfur-containing compounds are generated in humans by incomplete metabolism of methionine in the transamination pathway. Understanding pesticide metabolism in plants and microorganisms is necessary for pesticide development, for safe and efficient use, as well as for developing pesticide bioremediation strategies.
Understanding pesticide metabolism in plants and microorganisms is necessary for pesticide development, for safe and efficient use, as well as for developing pesticide bioremediation strategies for contaminated soil and water.
Pesticide biotransformation may occur via multistep processes known as metabolism or cometabolism. Pesticide Chemistry: Human Welfare and the Environment, Volume 3: Mode of Action, Metabolism and Toxicology covers the proceeding of the Fifth International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry.
This book is organized into three parts that tackle relevant issues regarding the use of pesticide. Insecticides: Action and Metabolism provides a comprehensive review of the action of insecticides and a survey of their metabolism.
This book discusses the toxicology of insecticides. Organized into 17 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the mechanisms whereby toxicants exert their effects. This text then discusses the insecticidal action of organophosphates, which is.
Historians have traced the use of pesticides to the time of Homer around B.C., but the earliest records of insecticides pertain to the burning of "brimstone" (sulfur) as a fumigant.
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Sulfur (in British English, sulphur) is a chemical element with the symbol S and atomic number It is abundant, multivalent, and normal conditions, sulfur atoms form cyclic octatomic molecules with a chemical formula S tal sulfur is a bright yellow, crystalline solid at room temperature.
Sulfur is the tenth most common element by mass in the universe, and the fifth. CYP enzymes play a major role in pesticide metabolism based on studies in vivo and with specific recombinant enzymes.
CYP3A4 is the most abundant P in humans with a dominant role in xenobiotic metabolism (14, 15). It is therefore important to define differences in TMX and CLO metabolism in human liver with recombinant CYP enzymes.
Sulfur compounds play an important role in the sensory characteristics of wine. These molecules can derive from the grape, in which the non-volatile forms are usually present as glycosylated molecules, the metabolic activities of yeast and bacteria, the chemical reactions taking place during the wine aging and storage, and the environment.
The sulfur compounds include molecules positively. Sulfur is applied in dust, granular or liquid form, and is an active ingredient in nearly registered pesticide products.
The sulfates and sulfides are common in their various mineral forms. Most aquatic and terrestrial environments are high in sulfur, sulfur-deficient environments being quite rare in nature. The Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology is a comprehensive, two-volume reference guide to the properties, effects, and regulation of pesticides that provides the latest and most complete information to researchers investigating the environmental, agricultural, veterinary, and human-health impacts of pesticide use.
Written by international experts from academia, government, and the private sector. Sulfur in Pesticide Action and Metabolism (Acs Symposium Series) Rosen, Joseph D. Published by Amer Chemical Society () ISBN X ISBN Used The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned.
Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. Seller Inventory # mon The Biochemistry and Uses of Pesticides: Structure, Metabolism, Mode of Action and Uses in Crop Protection by Kenneth Arnold Hassall Pesticide science is a multi-disciplinary subject and readers of this book are likely to be approaching it from a variety of scientific backgrounds.
Ideally, pesticides will be selectively toxic to target organisms and non-toxic to non-target or desirable organisms. Theoretically, this might be achieved by several means. First, a pesticidal. In nine chapters, this book presents a broad biochemical survey of the salient features of groups of sulphur-containing intermediary compounds.
The first chapter deals with thiols and disulphides, particularly with the enzymology of cysteine and its homologues, with brief allusions to coenzyme A, lipoic acid and ergothionine.
In considering thioethers, as exemplified by methionine, the authors. Lime sulfur is good for pre-bloom powdery mildew control on apples and for leaf curl control on peaches and nectarines during the dormant season. High rates will also control scale insects on stone fruit trees.
Several formulations are available. Lime sulfur is incompatible with most pesticide formulations and should be used alone (see Table ).
The environment alters pesticides by metabolism and photodegradation, and pesticides in turn change the environment through nontarget or secondary effects.
Objectives: Approximately currently used commercial pesticides of widely diverse structures act by nearly a hundred mechanisms to control insects, weeds, and fungi, usually with minimal.The Biochemistry and Uses of Pesticides: Structure, Metabolism, Mode of Action and Uses in Crop Protection | Kenneth A.
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