2 edition of Herbicide tolerance/resistance in plants found in the catalog.
Herbicide tolerance/resistance in plants
|Other titles||Herbicide tolerance resistance in plants.|
|Series||Quick bibliography series -- QB 94-60., Quick bibliography series -- 94-60.|
|Contributions||National Agricultural Library (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||113 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||113|
Herbicide Resistance in Invasive Plants Greg MacDonald Agronomy Department University of Florida. Hardin “every good pesticide selects ythe herbicide did not cause the mutation, it was pre-existing in the population. The Consequences of Resistance 1. Increasing the Rate. – Herbicide tolerance • Resistance to drought or environmental stress – benefits for parts of the world where the demand for food is increasing significantly and there is not enough good arable land. Plant Biotechnology Do you use transgenic plant products? More than 75% of US Cotton is Transgenic Plant Biotechnology Transgenic Cotton.
reduced glyphosate rates contributed to these plants becoming resistant, or if resistance would have occurred at labeled rates. Regardless, it is wise to use glyphosate at labeled rates to ensure good control and prevent hard-to-control weeds from increasing in any field. Tolerance, . Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published.
Although this was the first time these Italian ryegrass populations were treated with pinoxaden, the percentage of control was low. Seed from plants that survived the herbicide treatments were collected in order to confirm herbicide resistance and to further investigate the mechanisms of resistance. Oct 31, · Enhanced adaptation and mitigation of weeds is a growing threat to agriculture. Weeds, such as junglerice, have readily acquired resistance alleles and genetic mechanisms allowing them to sustain herbicide application, compete with the crop, and even mimic the crop. More interestingly, their abiotic stress response systems (drought tolerance, submergence, heat/temperature tolerance, etc.,) .
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Herbicide tolerance is a plants’ ability to withstand a particular chemical herbicide. This allows the farmer to kill weeds while not harming the crops. As most plants are naturally tolerant of selective herbicides, researchers can utilize this natural resistance to breed broad-spectrum resistance into.
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Get this from a library. Herbicide tolerance/resistance in plants: April - March [Raymond Dobert; National Agricultural Library (U.S.)]. Herbicide Tolerance/Resistance in Plants April - March TITLE: Herbicide Tolerance/Resistance in Plants AUTHOR: Raymond Dobert Biotechnology Information Center National Agricultural Library PUBLICATION DATE: September SERIES: QB UPDATES: QB 6 Glutathione and Herbicide Resistance in Plants (Klapheck et al.
) and in Zea mais g -ECE (g -glutamyl- l -cysteinyl-glutamic acid) might be accumulated (Meuwly et al. Herbicide possible residue in crop materials (mainly straw and grains) at harvest is high and the same is the run-off herbicide solution into the soil.
Cost of weed control may much exceeds the return yield value, considering that more crop plants are destroyed or crus hed by labors and spray machines. Oct 22, · Herbicide Resistance in Weeds and Crops is a collection of papers presented at the 11th Long Ashton International Symposium in September The said symposium is held to study about the increasing incidence of herbicide-resistant weeds and the consideration of Book Edition: 1.
Roundup Ready canola has only been widely grown in Western Australia sinceand has generally not replaced all of the non-GM canola grown on individual properties. When herbicide tolerance/resistance develops in plants it can take several generations with selection applied before it is noticed in a population.
Herbicide Tolerance/Resistance in Plants January June Quick Bibliography Series no. QB (Updates QB ) Citations from the AGRICOLA Database September Compiled By: Scott A.
Leonard & Raymond Dobert Biotechnology Information Center, National Agricultural Library, Agricultural Research Service, U.
Department of. Aug 28, · The problem of resistant weeds, especially glyphosate-resistant broadleaf weeds, continues to become more worrisome, but some weeds have always had a tolerance for certain weed killers.
BASF Herbicide Technical Market Manager Dr. Dan Westberg says there's is a difference between resistant weeds an. Nov 22, · Therefore, GSTs are implicated in metabolism-based herbicide resistance in crop weeds. This chapter discusses the involvement of plant GSTs in abiotic stress response with focus on metabolism-based herbicide resistance and attempts to give an Cited by: 8.
The ascorbate (AsA)-glutathione (GSH) pathway is a key part of the network of reactions involving enzymes and metabolites with redox properties for the detoxification of ROS, and thus to avert the ROS-accrued oxidative damage in plants. The present book mainly deals with the information gained through the cross-talks and inter-relationship.
A role for glutathione transferases functioning as glutathione peroxidases in resistance to multiple herbicides in black‐grass grass weeds in wheat resulted in increased levels of hydroperoxides in herbicide‐susceptible populations but not in herbicide‐resistant plants,The Arabidopsis Book, /tab, 7, (e), ( Crops are resistant to herbicides selectively used to kill weeds.
Even with repeated treatment, crop plants can resist or tolerate higher rates of selective applied herbicide or repeated treatments. This depends on some level of tolerance/resistance higher in crop plants compared with weeds for that specific herbicide or herbicide mpcs.online by: 3.
Oct 09, · Herbicide tolerance in crops and weeds is considered to be monotrophic, i.e. determined by the relative susceptibility of the physiological process targeted and the plant's ability to metabolise and detoxify the agrochemical.
A growing body of evidence Cited by: Potential roles for microbial endophytes in herbicide tolerance in plants Article (PDF Available) in Pest Management Science 72(2) · September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Jul 19, · The balance between toxicity on weeds and resistance of crops defines herbicide selectivity. Herbicide tolerance depends on the plants variety, development phase, climate, mode of action, dose and the way plants were treated with herbicides.
Glutathione is one of the major defense substances of mpcs.online by: 5. Glutathione S-transferase (GST) enzymes catalyze the conjugation of reduced glutathione to pesticide substrates, leading to their irreversible mpcs.onlinehione conjugation of xenobiotics is a very well studied Phase II detoxification reaction in plants, and is presumed to be requisite for their transport into the vacuole (Phase III) and possible further catabolism within the vacuole.
In spite of the associative evidence that endophytes can directly contribute to herbicide tolerance/resistance in host plants, there are only a few examples where this has been reported in the field.
In one classic example, Cited by: Aug 10, · Plants may develop resistance to herbicides over time . Weeds that have developed resistance to herbicides such as glyphosate may require higher amounts of glyphosate and perhaps other herbicides to keep them in check, and this means that herbicide-tolerant crops will be exposed to higher levels of herbicides as well.
Introducing herbicide-resistant genes into crop plants to increase tolerance and enable crop rotation and the use of herbicides on a broader group of crops is being pursued aggressively and may be the first major practical example of genetic engineering in crop agriculture.Pmediated herbicide metabolism in plants was con-ducted using the phenylurea herbicides, particularly chlor-toluron.
On the whole-plant level, wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seedlings exposed to chlortoluron and known cyto-chrome P inhibitors (e.g., piperonyl butoxide or 1-ami-nobenzotriazole) were injured more than plants treated with.failure of weed control operation due to continued development of weed tolerance/resistance In cultivated fields, associating weeds bear more resemblance to crop plants in morphology, Herbicide Resistant Weeds: The Technology and Weed Management.