Modern Methods in Crop Protection Research

Modern Methods in Crop Protection Research

Editor(s): Peter Jeschke, Wolfgang Krämer, Ulrich Schirmer, Matthias Witschel

Published Online: 17 JAN 2013 06:49AM EST

Print ISBN: 9783527331758

Online ISBN: 9783527655908

DOI: 10.1002/9783527655908

About this Book

This handbook and ready reference highlights a couple of basic aspects of recently developed new methods in modern crop protection research, authored by renowned experts from major agrochemical companies. Organized into four major parts that trace the key phases of the compound development process, the first section addresses compound design, while the second covers newly developed methods for the identification of the mode of action of agrochemical compounds. The third part describes methods used in improving the bioavailability of compounds, and the final section looks at modern methods for risk assessment. As a result, the agrochemical developer will find here a valuable toolbox of advanced methods, complete with first-hand practical advice and copious examples from current industrial practice.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Methods for the Design and Optimization of New Active Ingredients

  2. Part II: New Methods to Identify the Mode of Action of Active Ingredients

  3. Part III: New Methods to Improve the Bioavailability of Active Ingredients

  4. Part IV: Modern Methods for Risk Assessment

    1. Chapter 13

      The Use of Metabolomics In Vivo for the Development of Agrochemical Products (pages 335–349)

      Hennicke G. Kamp, Doerthe Ahlbory-Dieker, Eric Fabian, Michael Herold, Gerhard Krennrich, Edgar Leibold, Ralf Looser, Werner Mellert, Alexandre Prokoudine, Volker Strauss, Tilmann Walk, Jan Wiemer and Bennard van Ravenzwaay

    2. Chapter 15

      Endocrine Disruption: Definition and Screening Aspects in the Light of the European Crop Protection Law (pages 381–400)

      Susanne N. Kolle, Burkhard Flick, Tzutzuy Ramirez, Roland Buesen, Hennicke G. Kamp and Bennard van Ravenzwaay

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