Agrochemical discovery: finding new fungicides from natural products

@inproceedings{Wedge2005AgrochemicalDF,
  title={Agrochemical discovery: finding new fungicides from natural products},
  author={David Earl Wedge},
  year={2005}
}
The continuing development of fungicide resistance in plant and human pathogens necessitates the discovery and development of new fungicides. Discovery and evaluation of natural product fungicides is largely dependent upon the availability of miniaturized antifungal bioassays. Essentials for natural product bioassays include, sensitivity to microgram quantities, selectivity to determine optimum target pathogens, and adaptability to complex mixtures. Experimental accuracy and precision must be… CONTINUE READING

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