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Studies on the metabolic sites of action of glyphosate



Studies on the metabolic sites of action of glyphosate



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 39(9): 3624-3625



Treatment of isolated soybean leaf cells with glyphosate (5mM) resulted in a 57% inhibition of protein synthesis, a 33% inhibition of RNA synthesis and a 25% reduction in lipid synthesis, photosynthesis and respiration. Soluble protein was also reduced. Phenylalanine and tyrosine greatly relieved the inhibitory effects of glyphosate and shikimic acid pathway intermediates produced after chorismic acid were also effective reversing agents.

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