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1974 37
1975 39
1976 33
1977 27
1978 18
1979 22
1980 18
1981 26
1982 18
1983 21
1984 16
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1986 14
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1989 35
1990 19
1991 27
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1997 38
1998 57
1999 57
2000 95
2001 106
2002 101
2003 91
2004 98
2005 124
2006 106
2007 109
2008 104
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Analysis of Common Herbicides in Blood by UPLC-HRMS.
Yang Y, et al. Fa Yi Xue Za Zhi 2018. PMID 30896094 Free article.
OBJECTIVES: To develop a method to screen and quantify 10 common herbicides (paraquat, diquat, glyphosate, glufosinate, cyanazine, atrazine, metazachlor, acetochlor, chlorsulfuron, and metsulfuron) in blood. ...It enables rapid and accurate qualitative screening and quantitative analysis of various herbicides in blood simultaneously....
OBJECTIVES: To develop a method to screen and quantify 10 common herbicides (paraquat, diquat, glyphosate, glufosinate, cyanazine, at …
Chromatographic methods for analysis of triazine herbicides.
Abbas HH, et al. Crit Rev Anal Chem 2015 - Review. PMID 25849823
Gas chromatography (GC) and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled to different detectors, and in combination with different sample extraction methods, are most widely used for analysis of triazine herbicides in different environmental samples. ...This review gives an overview of recent publications of the application of GC and HPLC for analysis of triazine herbicides residues in various samples....
Gas chromatography (GC) and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled to different detectors, and in combination with different …
Pesticides and Herbicides.
Choudri BS, et al. Water Environ Res 2018 - Review. PMID 30126498
This paper highlights scientific literature that was published in the year 2017 related to the presence of pesticides and herbicides in the environment. The review on pesticides and herbicides is divided into four sections with focus on toxicology, ecology, risk assessment, modeling, and treatment strategies....
This paper highlights scientific literature that was published in the year 2017 related to the presence of pesticides and herbicides
Multidimensional relationships of herbicides with insect-crop food webs.
Sharma A, et al. Sci Total Environ 2018 - Review. PMID 30189568
Herbicides are the most commonly applied pesticides in agro-ecosystems. Herbicides affect insects directly as contact damage and indirectly by influencing food supplies. ...Use of bio-herbicides, cultural control methods, and judicious use of herbicides could offer ecologically sustainable approaches to reduce impact of herbicides on insects....
Herbicides are the most commonly applied pesticides in agro-ecosystems. Herbicides affect insects directly as contact damage a
Analytical Methods for Pesticides and Herbicides.
Liu C, et al. Water Environ Res 2018 - Review. PMID 30126485
A review of the literatures published in 2017 on topics relating to analytical methods for pesticides and herbicides is presented in this paper. ...
A review of the literatures published in 2017 on topics relating to analytical methods for pesticides and herbicides is presented in …
Influence of different agricultural management practices on soil microbial community over dissipation time of two herbicides.
García-Delgado C, et al. Sci Total Environ 2019. PMID 30235633
The dissipation of herbicides and the soil microbial structure were assessed under different agricultural practices, such as the repeated application of herbicides (twice), in unamended and amended soils with two organic amendments derived from green compost (GC1 and GC2) and with non-irrigation and irrigation regimes. ...The herbicides did not have any significant effects on the relative population of Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria during the assay, but the relative abundance of Actinobacteria increased in all the soils with herbicides. ...
The dissipation of herbicides and the soil microbial structure were assessed under different agricultural practices, such as the repe …
Fate and ecotoxicological impact of new generation herbicides from the triketone family: An overview to assess the environmental risks.
Dumas E, et al. J Hazard Mater 2017 - Review. PMID 27930998
Triketones, derived chemically from a natural phytotoxin (leptospermone), are a good example of allelochemicals as lead molecules for the development of new herbicides. Targeting a new and key enzyme involved in carotenoid biosynthesis, these latest-generation herbicides (sulcotrione, mesotrione and tembotrione) were designed to be eco-friendly and commercialized fifteen-twenty years ago. ...
Triketones, derived chemically from a natural phytotoxin (leptospermone), are a good example of allelochemicals as lead molecules for the de …
Passive sampling of herbicides combined with effect analysis in algae using a novel high-throughput phytotoxicity assay (Maxi-Imaging-PAM).
Escher BI, et al. J Environ Monit 2006. PMID 16604235
Besides chemical analysis of 8 herbicides, a novel bioassay (Maxi-Imaging-PAM, IPAM) was employed to assess the phytotoxic effects of water samples and POS extracts. ...Sampling rates for several herbicides from laboratory calibrations were found to be applicable under field conditions. Toxic equivalent concentrations (with reference to the herbicide diuron) were computed from the concentrations determined by chemical analysis and the relative potency (also termed toxic equivalence factor) of the detected herbicides. ...
Besides chemical analysis of 8 herbicides, a novel bioassay (Maxi-Imaging-PAM, IPAM) was employed to assess the phytotoxic effects of …
Analysis of herbicides in water using temperature-responsive chromatography and an aqueous mobile phase.
Ayano E, et al. J Chromatogr A 2005. PMID 15830956
The average recoveries of the eight herbicides from spiked pure water, tap water and river water were 70-130% with relative standard deviations (RSDs) of <10%. The limits of quantitation (LOQ) of the eight herbicides were between 1 and 4 microg l(-1)....
The average recoveries of the eight herbicides from spiked pure water, tap water and river water were 70-130% with relative standard …
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