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Differential effects of oxabetrinil and fenclorim against metolachlor and pretilachlor injury on various grasses



Differential effects of oxabetrinil and fenclorim against metolachlor and pretilachlor injury on various grasses



Crop safeners for herbicides: development, uses, and mechanisms of action: 177-193



The physiological and biochemical responses of cereal and grass crops and weed species exposed to combined treatments of metolachlor and pretilachlor and the safeners oxabetrinil and fenclorim, were examined and compared.

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