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Induction of reversible tolerance of algal cells to various herbicides. I. Inhibition of photosynthesis by phenol herbicides and dibromothymoquinone, its reversal and development of insensitivity to different herbicides



Induction of reversible tolerance of algal cells to various herbicides. I. Inhibition of photosynthesis by phenol herbicides and dibromothymoquinone, its reversal and development of insensitivity to different herbicides



Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung, C 34c(11): 951-956



Inhibition of photosynthetic O2 evolution of algal cells by phenol herbicides and dibromothymoquinone is reversed during treatment within 1 or 2 h. Addition of the same or related inhibitory phenolic compounds as well as of dibromothymoquinone in higher concs. to these pretreated algae causes no inhibitory effect. The cells become temporarily resistant to these inhibitors.

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