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Biotest for determining the ecological consequences of the use of chemical plant protection agents



Biotest for determining the ecological consequences of the use of chemical plant protection agents



Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina i Ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Akademii Sel'skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk Imeni V I Lenina (7): 5-9



The responsiveness of the seeds of red radish, winter wheat, winter rye, barley, lettuce, peas, and maize to the toxic effect of the herbicides 2,4-Da, prometryn, sodium chlorotriacetate, and the fungicide Tilt was studied to investigate the possibility of using these plants as potential biotests for determining the total toxicity of the chemicals. Radish seeds were found to be the most promising biotest. High responsiveness of radish to herbicides and fungicides is determined by the high germination vigor of its seeds. The method proposed makes it possible to simplify the assessment of the toxicity of chemical agents.

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