Effects of triazine herbicides on the physiology of plants

@inproceedings{Ebert1976EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of triazine herbicides on the physiology of plants},
  author={E. Ebert and S. W. Dumford and C. Assche and D. Warwick},
  year={1976}
}
Soon after the discovery of the potent herbicidal activity of certain classes of N-alkylated diamino-s-triazines, it was recognized that they act through interference with photosynthesis. Photosynthesis has been and is still the center of the interest of plant physiologists, biochemists, and agronomists. It is not surprising, therefore, that s-triazines met quickly the attention of a large number of scientists engaged in this argument. Broad practical use of the compounds, moreover, stimulated… Expand
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