benomyl


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benomyl

[′ben·ə‚mil]
(organic chemistry)
C14H18N4O3 Methyl-l-butylcarbamoyl-2-benzimidazole carbamate; a fungicide used to control plant disease.
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Triflumizole, propiconazole, ipconazole and prochloraz were found to be effective against strains that are resistant to benomyl and the combination of thiram and benomyl (Karov et al.
Even more significantly, the research by neurologists at UCLA suggests that the damaging series of events set in motion by benomyl may also occur in people with Parkinson's disease who were never exposed to the pesticide, according to Jeff Bronstein, senior author of the study, and his colleagues.
subtilis ACB-69, at 10% of concentration, during the blossom period differed from the non-controlled plots and was equal to the benomyl treatment on the control of Colletotrichum acutatum, causing a lower percentage of symptomatic flowers and a greater number of effective fruits.
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Efeito da utilizacao de TDZ e Benomyl na micropropagacao do crisantemo (Dendranthema morifolium).
Incorporation of benomyl and another fungicides and bactericides in several combinations, can prevent or inhibit contamination of C.
Previously, we showed that the Ta2 population had undergone an approximate three-fold increase in benomyl (Benlate) resistance between 1994 and 2002.
An investigation of some genetic toxicological effects of the fungicide benomyl.
Soybean genetic resistance and benomyl for Phomopsis seed decay control.
Toxic effects of benomyl on the ultrastructure during spermatogenesis of the earthworm Eisenia foetida.
The European Commission decided on November 26, 2002 not to include benomyl in Annex I of Directive 91/414/EC on the marketing of plant protection products, a decision that implies the withdrawal of marketing authorisations granted to all products including this active ingredient within six months from November 26, 2002.
The steps include treating pruning wounds with a reliable wound protectant such as Benomyl paint, late pruning, replanting of dead vines, and locating and removing diseased portions of vines and retraining the new growth.