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The nature of bound residues derived from triforine in barley plants


The nature of bound residues derived from triforine in barley plants



Pesticide Science 9(1): 74-78



DOI: 10.1002/ps.2780090114

Shoots of barley plants treated with riforine (uniformly labelled in the piperazine ring) were analysed 30 days after treatment. Methanol extraction left a solid plant residue which contained 33% of the total 3H which had been incorporated into the shoots. Methanol acidified with HCl extracted a further 10% of the triforine derived bound residues as N-(2,2,2-trichloro-1-(piperazin-1-yl)ethyl)formamide (8%) and piperazine (10%).

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