Irani Mukherjee et al.
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology, 79(1), 49-52 (2007-06-30)
Lactofen, a member of the diphenyl ether chemical family, shows great potential for the control of broadleaf weeds associated with leguminous crops. It presents a high degree of selectivity when applied post-emergence to soybean and peanut crops. This paper presents...
Coupled turbulent flow chromatography: LC-MS/MS method for the analysis of pesticide residues in grapes, baby food and wheat flour matrices.
Hollosi L, et al.
Chromatographia, 75(23-24), 1377-1393 (2012)
Serena Landini et al.
Phytochemistry, 62(6), 865-874 (2003-02-19)
Lactofen, the active ingredient of the soybean disease resistance-inducing herbicide, Cobra, induces large accumulations of isoflavone conjugates and aglycones in soybean tissues. The predominant isoflavones induced in cotyledon tissues are daidzein (and its conjugates) and formononetin and glycitein aglycones. The...
Rosana N Malpassi
Biocell : official journal of the Sociedades Latinoamericanas de Microscopia Electronica ... et. al, 30(1), 51-56 (2006-07-19)
Eleusine indica and Portulaca oleracea are two common weeds in peanut crops in southern Córdoba. Two chemicals are frequently used to control them, quizalofop for grasses and lactofen for dicots. The objective is to study the effects of quizalofop and...
Bo Liang et al.
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 58(17), 9711-9715 (2010-08-18)
The diphenyl ether herbicide lactofen is commonly used to control broadleaf weeds. Once released into the environment, this herbicide is subject to microbial reactions. This study describes the biotransformation of lactofen by Brevundimonas sp. LY-2 isolated from enrichment cultures inoculated...