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Content material: Photosystem II inhibiting chemical substances : molecular interplay among inhibitors and a standard goal / C.J. Van Assche and P.M. Carles -- Binding websites linked to inhibition of photosystem II / Lester L. Shipman -- identity of the receptor web site for triazine herbicides in chloroplast thylakoid membranes / Katherine E. Steinback, Klaus Pfister, and Charles J. Arntzen -- The position of sunshine and oxygen within the motion of photosynthetic inhibitor herbicides / Alan D. avert -- interplay of herbicides with mobile and liposome membranes / Donald E. Moreland, Steven C. Huber, and William P. Novitzky -- results of herbicides at the lipid composition of plant membranes / J.B. St. John -- Mode of motion of herbicidal bleaching / Gerhard Sandmann and Peter Böger -- Proposed site(s) of motion of latest diphenyl ether herbicides / Gregory L. Orr and F. Dana Hess -- Bioregulation of pigment biosynthesis via onium compounds / H. Yokoyama, W.J. Hsu, S. Poling, and E. Hayman -- Biochemical results of glyphosate [N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine] / Robert E. Hoagland and Stephen O. Duke -- opting for reasons and categorizing different types of development inhibition caused through herbicides / F.D. Hess -- Modes of herbicide motion as decided with Chlamydomonas reinhardii and Coulter counting / Carl Fedtke -- Use of Chlorella to spot biochemical modes of motion of herbicides / S. Sumida and R. Yoshida

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