Agricultural and Industrial Applications Environmental by Dewayne Torgeson

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Agricultural and commercial functions Environmental Interactions

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M. Other Significant Developments 1. Common Names for Fungicides The increasing emergence of new organic fungicides had for some time posed a problem in nomenclature. The correct chemical names were far too cumbersome for ordinary use while code or trade names were too re­ strictive. The American Phytopathological Society, recognizing the prob­ lem, in 1947 designated a subcommittee on Fungicide Nomenclature, with Dwight Powell (1948) as chairman. To meet this general problem of pesticide nomenclature an Interdepartmental Committee on Pest Control, 1.

Phytopathology 47, 536. Trevan, J. W. (1927). The error of determination of toxicity. Proc. Roy. Soc. B101, 483-514. van der Kerk, G. J. M. (1956). The present state of fungicide research. Mededel. Landbouwhogeschool Opzoekingssta. Staat Gent 21, 305-339. van der Kerk, G. J. M. (1959). Chemical structure and fungicidal activity of dithiocarbamic acid derivatives. , Probl. , 1908-1958 pp. 280-290. 1. HISTORY OF FUNGICIDES 37 Waksman, S. A. (1941). Antagonistic relations of microorganisms. Bacteriol.

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