4 edition of High-Potency Herbicide Impacts on Nontarget Plants (SETAC Technical Publications Series) (Setac Technical Publications Series) found in the catalog.
January 1, 2002 by Society of Environmental Toxicology & Chemist .
Written in English
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The herbicide effects on reproduction were determined primarily by impacts on the number of siliques formed on the plants, as indicated by the same NOEC values and similar EC25 values for number of siliques and seed dry weight for plants treated with sulfometuron (Figure 1B), primisulfuron (Figure 2B), cloransulam (Figure 3B), and glyphosate Cited by: 9.
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The occurrence and magnitude of this phenomenon are influenced by plant growth stage and physiological status, environmental factors, the endpoint measured and the timing between treatment and endpoint. However, as the effects of herbicides on host plant quality appear to be species-specific and as there are numerous plant-herbicide-herbivore relationships in agricultural landscapes, a general reduction in herbicide contamination of nontarget habitats (e.g., field margins) might mitigate the negative effects of herbicides on host plant quality.
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