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Nanosuspensions: Emerging novel agrochemical formulations
Year:
2007
Authors :
ישעיה, יצחק
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Co-Authors:
Sasson, Y., Casali Institute of Applied Chemistry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Levy-Ruso, G., Makhteshim Chemical Works Ltd, PO Box 60, Beer sheva, Israel
Toledano, O., Makhteshim Chemical Works Ltd, PO Box 60, Beer sheva, Israel
Ishaaya, I., Department of Entomology, Agricultural Research Organization, Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel
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Abstract:
Whereas nanotechnology and nanoparticle engineering has become ubiquitous in the pharmaceutical research and development arena starting as early as the mid-70s (Rosen and Abribat 2005), it has, quite surprisingly, only recently made its way to the field of agrochemical formulations and delivery systems. Contemporary reviews on pesticide formulations do not refer to dispersed systems in the submicron size range (Rodham 2000; Mulqueen 2003). The 24th Symposium on Pesticide Formulation and Delivery Systems, held in Tampa on October 2003 (Goss et al. 2005), did not have a single presentation on this topic. Even an updated cover story on agrochemical R&D in Chemical and Engineering News (Short 2005), which calls attention to the strong similarities between current agro and pharma research and development, also fails to indicate the great potential in nanoparticulate formulations as novel pesticide-delivery systems. In view of the prediction that "within 10 years nanomaterials will directly affect about half of all human health-related products" (Roco 2001), we strongly believe that a comparable transformation and paradigm shift will also take place in agricultural products and services. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007. All rights reserved.
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DOI :
10.1007/978-3-540-46907-0_1
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אנגלית
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Nanosuspensions: Emerging novel agrochemical formulations
Sasson, Y., Casali Institute of Applied Chemistry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Levy-Ruso, G., Makhteshim Chemical Works Ltd, PO Box 60, Beer sheva, Israel
Toledano, O., Makhteshim Chemical Works Ltd, PO Box 60, Beer sheva, Israel
Ishaaya, I., Department of Entomology, Agricultural Research Organization, Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel
Nanosuspensions: Emerging novel agrochemical formulations
Whereas nanotechnology and nanoparticle engineering has become ubiquitous in the pharmaceutical research and development arena starting as early as the mid-70s (Rosen and Abribat 2005), it has, quite surprisingly, only recently made its way to the field of agrochemical formulations and delivery systems. Contemporary reviews on pesticide formulations do not refer to dispersed systems in the submicron size range (Rodham 2000; Mulqueen 2003). The 24th Symposium on Pesticide Formulation and Delivery Systems, held in Tampa on October 2003 (Goss et al. 2005), did not have a single presentation on this topic. Even an updated cover story on agrochemical R&D in Chemical and Engineering News (Short 2005), which calls attention to the strong similarities between current agro and pharma research and development, also fails to indicate the great potential in nanoparticulate formulations as novel pesticide-delivery systems. In view of the prediction that "within 10 years nanomaterials will directly affect about half of all human health-related products" (Roco 2001), we strongly believe that a comparable transformation and paradigm shift will also take place in agricultural products and services. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007. All rights reserved.
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