Effect of Mono-oxygenase Inhibitors on Uptake, Metabolism and Phytotoxicity of Propanil in Resistant Biotypes of Jungle-Rice, Echinochloa Colona

Abstract

The effect of the mono-oxygenase inhibitors tridiphane, piperonyl butoxide and prochloraz on propanil uptake, metabolism and phytotoxicity was measured in a resistant (R) biotype of Echinochloa colona. The uptake of propanil was not significantly affected by any of the three mono-oxygenase inhibitors. The first metabolite of propanil metabolism, 3,4-dichloroaniline, was found to accumulate to higher levels in E. colona treated with each of the mono-oxygenase inhibitors mixed with formulated propanil, compared to propanil applied alone.

Citation

Pesticide Science (1997) 49 (2) 141-147 [DOI: 10.1002/(SICI)1096-9063(199702)49:2<141::AID-PS514>3.0.CO;2-3]

Effect of Mono-oxygenase Inhibitors on Uptake, Metabolism and Phytotoxicity of Propanil in Resistant Biotypes of Jungle-Rice, Echinochloa Colona

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