Description: Modern adjuvants are made from complex synthetic formulations that are designed for specific purposes. Most have no toxic effect on the plants or the environment. In the United States, there are several hundred name brand adjuvants that have various effects on aquatic herbicides.
Description: Adjuvants are commonly used in agriculture to improve the performance of pesticides. ... Adjuvants for Enhancing Herbicide Performance. ... The aboveground portions of plants are covered by a continuous noncellular, nonliving membrane called cuticle (Figure 1). Cuticle is the first barrier that any herbicide must overcome to be effective.
Description: Chemtrade offers an extensive line of aluminum-based Vaccine Adjuvants. They are highly versatile and meet a broad range of pH, protein binding, and other vaccine requirements. In addition to our standard grades, Chemtrade can customize its Vaccine Adjuvants to meet the needs of specific vaccines.
Description: Adjuvants are chemically and biologically active (NOT chemically inert) compounds. They produce pronounced effects in plants and animals, and some adjuvants have the potential to be mobile and pollute surface or groundwater sources. Be especially aware of the use of adjuvants
Description: Spray adjuvants can play a major role in safe and effective pest control when used as recommended on the label. Although a single adjuvant may perform more than one function, no single product can solve every problem. As a result, many spray adjuvants are available, each formulated to solve problems associated with a particular type of application.
Description: The addition of an adjuvant may improve herbicide performance where the leaf surface is thick and waxy, hairy, or narrow-leafed. In addition to improving the herbicidal activity on undesired plants, adjuvants can also enhance the potential for increased phytotoxicity on desirable plants.
Description: In immunology, an adjuvant is a substance that potentiates and/or modulates the immune responses to an antigen to improve them. The word "adjuvant" comes from the Latin word adiuvare, meaning to help or aid."An immunologic adjuvant is defined as any substance that acts to accelerate, prolong, or enhance antigen-specific immune responses when used in combination with specific vaccine antigens."
Description: Most new chemical entities (NCE) have been inspired from plants, while microbes have also yielded a significant number of drugs.2, 3 Increasingly, there are reports of NCE derived from fungi and marine sources,4, 5 and animals. 6 Although immunopotentiators mined from plants are well established, other organisms have also been evaluated.
Description: The waxy surfaces of many insects, fungi, and plants make it difficult for most water-based spray solutions to penetrate their target. To overcome this barrier, adjuvants have been developed. Adjuvants can determine how well a pesticide works but, when used inappropriately, they can cause crop damage.
Description: The present review summarizes recent advances in the use of plant viruses as nanoparticle-based vaccines and adjuvants and their mechanism of action. Harnessing plant-virus immunogenic properties will enable the design of novel, safe, and efficacious prophylactic and therapeutic vaccines against disease. ... Plants, bacteria, and yeast are all ...
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