CSS302-Lecture18 - Herbicide Chemical Families and their...

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Unformatted text preview: Herbicide Chemical Families and their Mode of Action Steven Gower, CPAg/CCA Michigan State University James Kells, Professor Michigan State University Herbicide Chemical Families and their Mode of Action  Herbicides categorized by ___________________________ a 8 mode of action categories a More than 20 different chemical families a A mode of action may include ____________________________ Mode of Action  Sequence of events from absorption to plant death a Mechanism by which a herbicide causes plant death a Plant process interfered with by a herbicide a “How a herbicide kills a plant” Site of Action  Site where the herbicide binds or disrupts that leads to plant death Modes of Action 1. Growth Regulators 2. Amino Acid Synthesis Inhibitors 3. Lipid Synthesis Inhibitors 4. Seedling Growth Inhibitors 5. Photosynthetic Inhibitors 6. Cell Membrane Disrupters 1. Pigment Inhibitors 2. Ammonia Assimilation Inhibitors Modes of Action 1. Growth Regulators 2. 2....
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course CSS CSS302 taught by Professor Jimkells during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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CSS302-Lecture18 - Herbicide Chemical Families and their...

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