Natural Products in Crop Protection: World Markets and Technologies For "Greener" Agriculture (Technical Insights)

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Natural Products in Crop Protection, EXECUTIVE SUMMARYEXECUTIVE SUMMARYIntroductionNatural Products in Crop Protection, INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION1.1 The Size of the Agrochemical Global Market1.2 The Opportunities for Natural Products in Crop Protection1.3 ReferencesNatural Products in Crop Protection, NATURAL PRODUCTS USED AS FUNGICIDES; HERBICIDES; INSECTICIDES AND PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS2.1 Introduction2.1 Introduction2.2 Microorganism-Based Products2.2.1 Fungicides/Bactericides2.2.2 Insecticides/Acaricides2.2.3 Herbicides2.3 Higher Plant-Based Products2.3.1 Insecticides2.3.2 Plant Growth Regulators2.4 Animal-Based Products2.4.1 Insect Hormones2.4.2 Insect-Specific Toxins2.4.3 Pheromones2.5 References2.5 ReferencesNatural Products in Crop Protection, NATURAL PRODUCTS AS A SOURCE OF NEW MODES OF ACTION3.1 Introduction3.1 Introduction3.2 Fungicides3.2 Fungicides3.2.1 Phosphatidylinositol Biosynthesis3.2.2 Chitin Biosynthesis3.2.3 Protein Biosynthesis3.2.4 Respiration3.2.5 Acetyl CoA Carboxylase (ACCase)3.2.6 Glucose Phosphorylation3.2.7 Plant Natural Defense Chemicals3.3 Insecticides3.3 Insecticides3.3.1 Nerve Poisons3.3.2 Inhibition of Respiration3.3.3 Muscle Contraction3.3.4 Insect Hormones3.3.5 Pheromones3.4 Herbicides3.4 Herbicides3.5 References3.5 ReferencesNatural Products in Crop Protection, NATURAL PRODUCTS AS A NEW CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS SKELETON4.1 Introduction4.1 Introduction4.2 Fungicides4.2.1 Strobilurins4.2.2 Pyrrolnitrin4.3 Insecticides4.3.1 Pyrethroids4.3.2 Pheromones4.3.3 Insect Hormones4.3.4 Opportunities from Microorganisms4.3.5 Insecticides from Higher Plants4.3.6 Animal-Based Toxins4.4 Herbicides4.4.1 Herbicides from microorganisms4.4.2 Opportunities from Higher PlantsNatural Products in Crop Protection, NATURAL PROTEINS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND GM CROPS5.1 Introduction5.1 Introduction5.2 Fungal and Bacterial Resistance5.2.1 Resistance Genes5.2.2 Antifungal Protein Genes5.2.3 Genes Controlling Enzymes Important in Secondary Metabolism5.3 Control of Viruses5.3 Control of Viruses5.3.1 Natural Resistance Mechanisms5.3.2 Satellite Nucleic Acids5.3.3 Pathogen-Genome-Derived-Resistance Genes (PGDR)5.3.4 Replicase Genes5.3.5 Movement and Helper Protein Genes5.3.6 Genes Coding for RNA5.3.7 Genes Coding for Plant-Produced Antibodies5.3.8 Genes Coding for Other Proteins5.4 Insect Control 5.4.1 Bacillus thuringiensis Delta-Endotoxin Genes5.4.2 Other Insect-Active Protein Genes5.5 Nematode Resistance Genes5.5 Nematode Resistance Genes5.5.1 Proteases5.5.2 Pin Proteins5.5.3 Nematode Antibody Genes5.5.4 Cytotoxic Protein Genes5.6 Transgenic Microorganisms5.6.1 Viruses5.6.2 Bacteria5.6.3 Fungi5.7 Transgenic Macroorganisms5.7 Transgenic Macroorganisms5.8 Gene Sequences Valuable for Synthesis5.8 Gene Sequences Valuable for SynthesisNatural Products in Crop Protection, REGULATION OF NATURAL PRODUCTS AND BIOPESTICIDES6.1 Introduction6.1 Introduction6.2 Registration of Natural Products as Crop Protection Agents6.2.1 Requirements in the United States6.2.2 Requirements in Europe6.3 Harmonization of Data Requirements and Registrations6.3 Harmonization of Data Requirements and Registrations6.4 Recent and Future Outlooks6.4 Recent and Future OutlooksNatural Products in Crop Protection, CONCLUSIONSCONCLUSIONSCONCLUSIONSNatural Products in Crop Protection, FURTHER READINGFURTHER READING8.1 Books 8.2 Journal Articles




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