Physiological effects of azoxystrobin and epoxiconazole on senescence and the oxidative status of wheat.
Wu, Yue-Xuan, and Andreas von Tiedemann.
Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 71.1, 1-10 (2001)
Lifei Zhu et al.
Scientific reports, 7(1), 7537-7537 (2017-08-10)
The title compounds can be considered as simple analogues of quaternary benzo[c]phenanthridine alkaloids (QBAs). In order to develop potent QBA-like antifungal agents, as our continuing study, a series of new title compounds were synthesized and evaluated for bioactivity against five...
Majid Ali Khan et al.
The Science of the total environment, 573, 1573-1579 (2016-09-20)
Studies with small soil columns (2cm i.d.×5.4cm depth) compared leaching of four pesticides added either as technical material or as commercial formulations. Pesticides were selected to give a gradient of solubility in water between 7 and 93mgL-1, comprising azoxystrobin (emulsifiable...
Elsa Teresa Rodrigues et al.
Environment international, 53, 18-28 (2013-01-15)
The use of pesticides for crop protection may result in the presence of toxic residues in environmental matrices. In the aquatic environment, pesticides might freely dissolve in the water or bind to suspended matter and to the sediments, and might...
Christopher C Howell et al.
Chemosphere, 112, 194-202 (2014-07-23)
The application of plant protection products has the potential to significantly affect soil microbial community structure and function. However, the extent to which soil microbial communities from different trophic levels exhibit resistance and resilience to such compounds remains poorly understood....