Difference between revisions of "Acropetal penetrants"

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https://pesticidestewardship.org/resistance/PublishingImages/Xylem%20Mobile.png<br><br>
 
https://pesticidestewardship.org/resistance/PublishingImages/Xylem%20Mobile.png<br><br>
This illustration shows the upward (acropetal) movement of flowering information. A [[penetrant]] would also move upward through the plant.<br>
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This illustration shows the upward (acropetal) movement of the [[fungicide]] through the plant.<br>
 
Source: https://pesticidestewardship.org/resistance/FungicideResistance/Pages/Fungicide-Terms-to-Know.aspx<br><br>
 
Source: https://pesticidestewardship.org/resistance/FungicideResistance/Pages/Fungicide-Terms-to-Know.aspx<br><br>

Revision as of 18:04, 25 July 2016


1. A class of fungicide that enters the plant and is translocated (translocation) upward within the plant through the xylem by way of the transpiration stream.

Xylem%20Mobile.png

This illustration shows the upward (acropetal) movement of the fungicide through the plant.
Source: https://pesticidestewardship.org/resistance/FungicideResistance/Pages/Fungicide-Terms-to-Know.aspx