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Disease relevance of AIDS-179821


High impact information on AIDS-179821


Biological context of AIDS-179821

  • The exposure to metsulfuron methyl did not alter the biomass or the species composition of the phytoplankton community [6].
  • The level of bound residues of metsulfuron-methyl in soil causing the root numbers decreased by 50% (IC50) followed the order of Xiushui 63 < Eryou 810 < Liangyoupeijiu < Zhenong 952 [7].
  • These concentrations are well within the range of expected environmental concentrations, thus this study shows that aquatic ecosystems, in particular those which are macrophyte-dominated, may be affected by metsulfuron methyl at concentrations that may well occur in water bodies adjacent to agricultural land [6].
  • The bioavailability and phytotoxicity of bound residues of metsulfuron-methyl were studied using 14C-labeling and bioassay with oil rape (Brassica napus L.). Soil bound residues at the concentration of 0.27 and 0.53 nmol g(-1) resulted in significant inhibition of oil rape seedling growth [8].
  • Kinetics and mechanism of the degradation of the pesticide metsulfuron methyl induced by excitation of iron(III) aqua complexes in aqueous solutions: steady state and transient absorption spectroscopy studies [9].

Associations of AIDS-179821 with other chemical compounds


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of AIDS-179821


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