By Stephen O. Duke, Julius J. Menn, and Jack R. Plimmer (Eds.)
content material: demanding situations of pest keep watch over with superior toxicological and environmental security : an outline / Stephen O. Duke, Julius J. Menn, and Jack R. Plimmer --
Target-site directed herbicide layout / L.M. Abell, J.V. Schloss, and A.R. Rendina --
Engineering crop resistance to the evidently taking place glutamine synthetase inhibitor phosphinothricin / H. Müllner, P. Eckes, and G. Donn --
Synergizing insecticides to lessen use premiums / Jonathan Gressel --
The porphyrin pathway as a herbicide objective web site / Ujjana B. Nandihalli and Stephen O. Duke --
views on offering a pragmatic technical beginning for the commercialization of bioherbicides / P.S. Zorner, S.L. Evans, and S.D. Savage --
Synergizing weed biocontrol brokers with chemical herbicides / A.L. Christy, K.A. Herbst, S.J. Kostka, J.P. Mullen, and P.S. Carlson --
changing the host diversity of mycoherbicides by means of genetic manipulation / David C. Sands and R. Vincent Miller --
usual phytotoxins as herbicides / Stephen O. Duke and John Lydon --
Insecticide binding websites on [gamma]-aminobutyric acid receptors of bugs and mammals / Jon E. Hawkinson and John E. Casida --
Insect progress regulators for pest regulate, with emphasis on juvenile hormone analogs : current prestige and destiny customers / J. Miyamoto, M. Hirano, Y. Takimoto, and M. Hatakoshi --
fresh growth in avermectin learn / M.H. Fisher --
Imidacloprid, a brand new nitroguanidine insecticide / J.W. Mullins --
program of semiochemicals in built-in pest administration courses / Louis B. Bjostad, Bruce E. Hibbard, and Whitney S. Cranshaw --
Insecticidal pyrroles / D.G. Kuhn, R.W. Addor, R.E. Diehl, J.A. Furch, V.M. Kamhi, K.E. Henegar, K.A. Kremer, G.T. Lowen, B.C. Black, T.P. Miller, and M.F. Treacy --
Arthropod-derived neurotoxic pesticides : a lead in pesticide technology? / T. Piek --
Viral pesticides / James L. Vaughn --
improvement of enhanced bioinsecticides in accordance with Bacillus thuringiensis / Bruce C. Carlton --
Use of Bacillus thuringiensis genes in transgenic cotton to manage lepidopterous bugs / Johnie N. Jenkins --
Recombinant baculoviruses expressing international genes for insect pest regulate / Susumu Maeda and Bruce D. Hammock --
evidently taking place nematicides / David J. Chitwood --
using derivatives of microbial metabolites and plant defenses to regulate ailments / H.V. Morton and R. Nyfeler --
ideas and strategies for making improvements to biocontrol of soilborne plant pathogens / D.P. Roberts and D.R. Fravel --
Minimizing nontarget results of fungicides / N.N. Ragsdale, M.J. Henry, and H.D. Sisler.
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This inhibitor, while not as potent as IpOHA, has characteristics in common with the rearrangement transition state, including partial positive charge on phosphorus and negative charge on oxygen as well as being a potent metal chelator. As discussed earlier, neither compound produced potent herbicidal effects in our hands. A herbicidally important enzyme which is inhibited by a transition state analogue is glutamine synthetase (GS) (Figure 5, bottom). GS catalyzes the ATP-dependent form ation of glutamine from glutamate and ammonia and is the target of the postemergent herbicides glufosinate and bialaphos.
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