Chemistry of crop protection: progress and prospects in science and regulation

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Wiley-VCH, Mar 10, 2003 - Science - 395 pages
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The ever increasing demands for environmental and consumer protection are a continuous challenge for research, development and regulation of crop protection chemicals.
This book exclusively documents thirty invited lectures held at the 10th IUPAC International Congress on the Chemistry of Crop Protection in August 2002. These edited contributions take the form of reviews and presentations of original research results. They cover fundamental aspects of biology, chemistry, biochemistry and molecular biology of disease, weed and insect control agents, as well as economic issues, aspects in production, formulation and application, and recent regulatory developments in environmental and consumer protection.
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