DYNAMIC MODELLING OF PESTICIDES UPTAKE BY TRITICUM SPP. ANATOMICAL COMPARTMENTS
Published: 6 Jun 2016
Abstract: Since world population is growing and expansion of arable land is limited, cropping intensity and yield must be increased. Pesticides are widely used as a solution, being used to control unwanted pests potentially damaging crop yield levels and wheat quality. However, it is widely known that pesticides are hazardous substances that could reach also non-target areas or living systems, such as wheat grown for consumption. Through this study we proposed to build a model that allow to simulate how used pesticides are uptake by wheat and which compartments bioaccumulate them in higher yields.
Keywords: bioconcentration modelling, diuron, multicompartiment modelling, time evolution modelling, triticum spp
Cite this article: Kovacs Emoke Dalma, Kovacs Melinda Haydee, Trimbitas Radu. DYNAMIC MODELLING OF PESTICIDES UPTAKE BY TRITICUM SPP. ANATOMICAL COMPARTMENTS. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Agriculture & Food 4, 215-228 (2016). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1001036/
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