Aspects biochimiques des herbicides à base de triazines

@article{Ebert2005AspectsBD,
  title={Aspects biochimiques des herbicides {\`a} base de triazines},
  author={E. Ebert and P. W. M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Experientia},
  year={2005},
  volume={24},
  pages={1-8}
}
The triazine herbicides are potent inhibitors of theHill reaction, resembling the phenylureas, acylanilides and carbamates. The inhibition of the photosynthesis by the triazines is the most obvious explanation for their mode of action in plant metabolism. Besides this there are also effects on light independent reactions where the effective concentrations are higher than those inhibiting the photosynthesis. Particularly, a positive influence of the triazines on the uptake of the nutrients by… Expand
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