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    1. Amer, SM; Aly, FAE
      Genotoxic effect of 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic acid and its metabolite 2,4-dichlorophenol in mouse

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    2. Alpoz, AR; Tosun, N; Eronat, C; Delen, N; Sen, BH
      Effects of 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic acid dimethyl amine salt on dental hard tissue formation in rats

      ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL
    3. Thorstensen, CW; Lode, O
      Laboratory degradation studies of bentazone, dichlorprop, MCPA, and propiconazole in Norwegian soils

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    4. Liu, D; Maguire, RJ; Lau, YL; Pacepavicius, GJ; Okamura, H; Aoyama, I
      Factors affecting chemical biodegradation

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    5. Starrett, SK; Christians, NE; Al Austin, T
      Movement of herbicides under two irrigation regimes applied to turfgrass

      ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    6. Moers, O; Wijaya, K; Lange, I; Blaschette, A; Jones, PG
      Polysulfonylamines, CXXVI - Hydrogen bonding in crystalline onium dimesylamides: A robust eight-membered ring synthon in coexistence with a third hydrogen bonding motif - Cyclodimers, chains, supramolecular linkage isomers, and a quintuply interwoven three-dimensional C-H center dot center dot center dot O network

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG SECTION B-A JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES
    7. Al-Khatib, K; Peterson, DE; Regehr, DL
      Control of imazethapyr-resistant common sunflower (Helianthus annuus) in soybean (Glycine max) and corn (Zea mays)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    8. Currie, RS; Thompson, CR
      Effects of herbicides and application timing on woollyleaf bursage (Ambrosia grayi)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    9. Subramanian, RR; Anandan, SS; Kwek, KH; Low, KS; Raj, SSS; Fun, HK; Razak, IA; Hanna, JV; Ng, SW
      Dicyclohexylammonium 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate and (2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetato-O,O ')bis(triphenylphosphine-P)silver(I)

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Enloe, SF; Westra, P; Nissen, SJ; Miller, SD; Stahlman, PW
      Use of quinclorac plus 2,4-D for controlling field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) in fallow

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    11. Corkern, CB; Jordan, DL; Griffin, JL; Vidrine, PR; Williams, BJ; Reynolds, DB
      Influence of adjuvants on interactions of sethoxydim with selected broadleaf herbicides used in corn (Zea mays)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    12. Wehtje, G; Walker, RH; Jones, JD
      Weed control in low-tannin seedling sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    13. Kegode, GO; Forcella, F; Durgan, BR
      Limiting green and yellow foxtail (Setaria viridis and S-glauca) seed production following spring wheat (Triticum aestivum) harvest

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    14. Goswami, S; Mahapatra, AK; Nigam, GD; Chinnakali, K; Fun, HK; Razak, IA
      2-aminopyrimidine-fumaric acid cocrystal

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS
    15. Chinnakali, K; Fun, HK; Goswami, S; Mahapatra, AK; Nigam, GD
      2-aminopyrimidine and p-phenylenediacetic acid (1 : 1) co-crystal

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS
    16. Lynch, DE; Cooper, CJ; Chauhan, V; Smith, G; Healy, P; Parsons, S
      Conformational comparisons between phenoxyacetic acid derivatives in adducts and in the free form

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY
    17. BOTTOMS RM; WHITSON TD
      A SYSTEMS-APPROACH FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF RUSSIAN KNAPWEED (CENTAUREA REPENS)

      Weed technology
    18. LYM RG
      THE BIOLOGY AND INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA-ESULA) ON NORTH-DAKOTA RANGELAND

      Weed technology
    19. YOUNG JA; PALMQUIST DE; BLANK RR
      THE ECOLOGY AND CONTROL OF PERENNIAL PEPPERWEED (LEPIDIUM-LATIFOLIUM L.)

      Weed technology
    20. SMITH G; LYNCH DE; BYRIEL KA; KENNARD CHL
      THE UTILITY OF 4-AMINOBENZOIC ACID IN PROMOTION OF HYDROGEN-BONDING IN CRYSTALLIZATION PROCESSES - THE STRUCTURES OF THE COCRYSTALS WITH HALO AND NITRO SUBSTITUTED AROMATIC-COMPOUNDS, AND THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES OF THE ADDUCTS WITH 4-NITROANILINE (1 1), 4-(4-NITROBENZYL)PYRIDINE (1/2), AND (4-NITROPHENYL)ACETIC ACID (1/1)/

      Journal of chemical crystallography
    21. LYNCH DE; LATIF T; SMITH G; BYRIEL KA; KENNARD CHL
      MOLECULAR CO-CRYSTALS OF CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS, PART 29 - THE EFFECT OF COMPETITIVE INTERACTIONS ON ADDUCT FORMATION INVOLVING 2-AMINOPYRIMIDINE- THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE 1 1 ADDUCT OF 2-AMINOPYRIMIDINE WITH INDOLE-2-CARBOXYLIC ACID/

      Journal of chemical crystallography
    22. AKANDA RU; MULLAHEY JJ; DOWLER CC; SHILLING DG
      INFLUENCE OF POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDES ON TROPICAL SODA APPLE (SOLANUM-VIARUM) AND BAHIAGRASS (PASPALUM-NOTATUM)

      Weed technology
    23. JOHNSON BJ; DUNCAN RR
      TOLERANCE OF 4 SEASHORE PASPALUM (PASPALUM-VAGINATUM) CULTIVARS TO POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDES

      Weed technology
    24. GLENN S; PHILLIPS WH; KALNAY P
      LONG-TERM CONTROL OF PERENNIAL BROADLEAF WEEDS AND TRIAZINE-RESISTANTCOMMON LAMBSQUARTERS (CHENOPODIUM-ALBUM) IN NO-TILL CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed technology
    25. STACHLER JM; KELLS JJ
      WILD CARROT (DAUCUS-CAROTA) CONTROL IN NO-TILLAGE CROPPING SYSTEMS

      Weed technology
    26. DURGAN BR; YENISH JP; DAML RJ; MILLER DW
      BROADLEAF WEED-CONTROL IN HARD RED SPRING WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM) WITH F8426

      Weed technology
    27. BHATTI MA; ALKHATIB K; PARKER R
      WINE GRAPE (VITIS-VINIFERA) RESPONSE TO FALL EXPOSURE OF SIMULATED DRIFT FROM SELECTED HERBICIDES

      Weed technology
    28. SPANDL E; DURGAN BR; MILLER DW
      WILD OAT (AVENA-FATUA) CONTROL IN SPRING WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM) AND BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE) WITH REDUCED RATES OF POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDES

      Weed technology
    29. STAHLMAN PW; CURRIE RS; ELHAMID MA
      NITROGEN CARRIER AND SURFACTANT INCREASE FOLIAR HERBICIDE INJURY IN WINTER-WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM)

      Weed technology
    30. SZMEDRA P
      BANNING 2,4-D AND THE PHENOXY HERBICIDES - POTENTIAL ECONOMIC-IMPACT

      Weed science
    31. WIESE AF; BEAN BW; SALISBURY CD; SCHOENHALS MG; AMOSSON S
      ECONOMIC-EVALUATION OF FIELD BINDWEED (CONVOLVULUS-ARVENSIS) CONTROL

      Weed science
    32. DAVIS DG
      2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY ACETIC-ACID AND INDOLEACETIC-ACID PARTIALLY COUNTERACT INHIBITION OF ORGANOGENESIS BY DIFLUOROMETHYLORNITHINE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    33. LYNCH DE; SMITH G; BYRIEL KA; KENNARD CHL
      MOLECULAR COCRYSTALS OF CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS - XXVI - ADDUCTS OF THE AMINO-SUBSTITUTED BENZOIC-ACIDS WITH NITROAROMATIC LEWIS-BASES - THE INFLUENCE OF ASSOCIATIVE POLYFUNCTIONAL SUBSTITUENTS ON SELF-ASSEMBLY OF MOLECULES IN COCRYSTALLIZATION PROCESSES

      Australian Journal of Chemistry
    34. GOKMEN V; ACAR J
      A STUDY ON THE POSSIBILITY OF USING HPLC FOR THE DETERMINATION OF 2,4-D IN TOMATOES

      Journal of liquid chromatography & related technologies
    35. OBERMEIER MR; KAPUSTA G
      POSTEMERGENCE BROADLEAF WEED-CONTROL IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS) WITH CGA-152005

      Weed technology
    36. BLACKSHAW RE; HARKER KN
      GROWTH STAGE AND BROADLEAF HERBICIDE EFFECTS ON CGA184927 EFFICACY

      Weed technology
    37. MCCARTY LB; COLVIN DL; HIGGINS JM
      HIGHBUSH BLACKBERRY (RUBUS-ARGUTUS) CONTROL IN BAHIAGRASS (PASPALUM-NOTATUM)

      Weed technology
    38. JEFFERS GM; ODONOVAN JT; HALL LM
      WILD MUSTARD (BRASSICA KABER) RESISTANCE TO ETHAMETSULFURON BUT NOT TO OTHER HERBICIDES

      Weed technology
    39. YOUNG BG; HART SE; WAX LM
      INTERACTIONS OF SETHOXYDIM AND CORN (ZEA-MAYS) POSTEMERGENCE BROADLEAF HERBICIDES ON 3 ANNUAL GRASSES

      Weed technology
    40. TAYLOR JM; COATS GE
      COMPARISON OF FALL VERSUS SPRING APPLICATIONS OF SULFOMETURON FOR COMMON BERMUDAGRASS (CYNODON-DACTYLON) RELEASE

      Weed technology
    41. BHATTI MA; ALKHATIB K; PARKER R
      WINE GRAPE (VITIS-VINIFERA) RESPONSE TO REPEATED EXPOSURE OF SELECTEDSULFONYLUREA HERBICIDES AND 2,4-D

      Weed technology
    42. KRAGELUND L; NYBROE O
      COMPETITION BETWEEN PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS AG1 AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS JMP134 (PJP4) DURING COLONIZATION OF BARLEY ROOTS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    43. THOMPSON TS; TREBLE RG
      SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION OF 2,4-D FROM HUMAN URINE

      Chemosphere
    44. THOMPSON WM; NISSEN SJ; MASTERS RA
      ADJUVANT EFFECTS ON IMAZETHAPYR, 2,4-D AND PICLORAM ABSORPTION BY LEAFY SPURGE (EUPHORBIA-ESULA)

      Weed science
    45. WIESE AF; SALISBURY CD; BEAN BW; SCHOENHALS MG; AMOSSON S
      ECONOMIC-EVALUATION OF FIELD BINDWEED (CONVOLVULUS-ARVENSIS) CONTROL IN A WINTER WHEAT-FALLOW ROTATION

      Weed science
    46. VAZ R
      COMPUTER-ASSISTED MOLECULAR DESIGN - OVERVIEW OF MODERN TECHNIQUES INQUANTITATIVE STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY-RELATIONSHIPS (QSAR)

      Weed science
    47. BAUR P; MARZOUK H; SCHONHERR J; BAUER H
      MOBILITIES OF ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS IN PLANT CUTICLES AS AFFECTED BY STRUCTURE AND MOLAR VOLUMES OF CHEMICALS AND PLANT-SPECIES

      Planta
    48. SILVERTAND B; VANROOYEN A; LAVRIJSEN P; VANHARTEN AM; JACOBSEN E
      PLANT-REGENERATION VIA ORGANOGENESIS AND SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS IN CALLUS-CULTURES DERIVED FROM MATURE ZYGOTIC EMBRYOS OF LEEK (ALLIUM-AMPELOPRASUM L)

      Euphytica
    49. MCGHEE I; BURNS RG
      BIODEGRADATION OF 2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID (2,4-D) AND 2-METHYL-4-CHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID (MCPA) IN CONTAMINATED SOIL

      Agriculture, ecosystems & environment. Applied soil ecology
    50. ERSOZ M; DUNCAN HJ
      ION-EXCHANGE SELECTIVITIES OF AMINO-ACIDS FOR THE AMMONIUM ION ON PERIDERM AND CUTICULAR MEMBRANES

      Solvent extraction and ion exchange
    51. GEALY DR; BOERBOOM CM; OGG AG
      GROWTH AND YIELD OF PEA (PISUM-SATIVUM L) AND LENTIL (LENS-CULINARIS L) SPRAYED WITH LOW RATES OF SULFONYLUREA AND PHENOXY HERBICIDES

      Weed science
    52. WICKS GA; HANSON GE
      EFFECT OF RAINFALL ON GLYPHOSATE PLUS 2,4-D PERFORMANCE ON ECHINOCHLOA-CRUS-GALLI

      Weed science
    53. JOHNSON WG; LAVY TL; GBUR EE
      SORPTION, MOBILITY AND DEGRADATION OF TRICLOPYR AND 2,4-D ON 4 SOILS

      Weed science
    54. SCHONHERR J; BAUR P
      MODELING PENETRATION OF PLANT CUTICLES BY CROP PROTECTION AGENTS AND EFFECTS OF ADJUVANTS ON THEIR RATES OF PENETRATION

      Pesticide science
    55. BECK AJ; JOHNSTON AE; JONES KC
      MOVEMENT OF NONIONIC ORGANIC-CHEMICALS IN AGRICULTURAL SOILS

      Critical reviews in environmental science and technology
    56. BUKOVAC MJ; PETRACEK PD
      CHARACTERIZING PESTICIDE AND SURFACTANT PENETRATION WITH ISOLATED PLANT CUTICLES

      Pesticide science
    57. GOURET E; ROHR R; CHAMEL A
      ULTRASTRUCTURE AND CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF SOME ISOLATED PLANT CUTICLES IN RELATION TO THEIR PERMEABILITY TO THE HERBICIDE, DIURON

      New phytologist
    58. HONDA H; ITOH T; SHIRAGAMI N; UNNO H
      PHYTOHORMONE CONTROL FOR PLANT-CELL CULTURE USING A BIOREACTOR EQUIPPED WITH IN-LINE FEEDING COLUMN

      Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan
    59. LYNCH DE; SMITH G; CALOS NJ; KENNARD CHL; WHITTAKER AK; JACK KS; WILLIS AC
      MOLECULAR COCRYSTALS OF CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS .13. SPECTRAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ADDUCTS OF TRIPHENYLPHOSPHINE OXIDE WITH SUBSTITUTED BENZOIC-ACIDS AND THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES OF THE 1 1 ADDUCTS WITH 2,4,6-TRINITROBENZOIC ACID AND 3,5-DINITROBENZOIC ACID

      Australian Journal of Chemistry


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