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Occurrence of Chlorotriazine herbicides and their transformation products in arable soils.
Chlorotriazine herbicides (CTs) are widely used pest control chemicals. In contrast to groundwater contamination, little attention has been given to the circumstances of residue formation of parentExpand
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Uptake kinetics of pesticides chlorpyrifos and tebuconazole in the earthworm Eisenia andrei in two different soils.
Agriculture is today indispensably connected with enormous use of pesticides. Despite tough regulation, their entrance into soil cannot be excluded and they might enter soil organisms and plants andExpand
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Fate and bioavailability of four conazole fungicides in twelve different arable soils - Effects of soil and pesticide properties.
The objective of this study is to characterize changes in the fate, behaviour and bioavailability of four conazole fungicides - CFs (prochloraz - PRO, tebuconazole - TEB, epoxiconazole - EPO,Expand
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Currently and recently used pesticides in Central European arable soils.
Although large amounts of pesticides are used annually and a majority enters the soil to form short- or long-term residues, extensive soil surveys for currently used pesticides (CUPs) are scarce. ToExpand
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Ecological risk assessment of pesticide residues in arable soils of the Czech Republic.
Currently used pesticides (CUPs) represent one of the largest intentional inputs of potentially hazardous compounds into agricultural soils. Subsequently, pesticide residues (PRs) and theirExpand
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Ecological risk assessment of pesticide residues in arablesoils of the Czech Republic
Currently used pesticides (CUPS) represent one of the largest intentional inputs of potentially hazardous compounds into agricultural soils. Subsequently, pesticide residues (PRs) and theirExpand