Jump to Main Content
- Pilarska, Maria; Malec, Przemysław; Salaj, Jan; Bartnicki, Filip; Konieczny, Robert
- Protoplasma 2016 v.253 no.2 pp. 345-355
- Trifolium nigrescens, etc ; apical meristems; callus; cell division; explants; genes; naphthaleneacetic acid; nucleic acid hybridization; parenchyma (plant tissue); reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; somatic embryogenesis; tracheary elements; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... The aim of this study was to identify and examine the expression pattern of the ortholog of SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE gene from Trifolium nigrescens (TnSERK) in embryogenic and non-regenerative cultures of immature cotyledonary-stage zygotic embryos (CsZEs). In the presence of 1-naphthaleneacetic acid and N⁶-[2-isopentenyl]-adenine, the CsZE regenerated embryoids directly and in a ...
- PubMed Central:
- Laird, Angela S.; Miller, Donnie K.; Griffin, James L.; Twidwell, Edward K.; Alison, Montgomery W.; Blouin, David C.
- Weed technology 2016 v.30 no.4 pp. 929-936
- Trifolium nigrescens, etc ; 2,4-D; Trifolium incarnatum; Trifolium pratense; Trifolium repens; field experimentation; fluroxypyr; forage; grasses; pastures; perennials; pesticide application; picloram; plant height; planting; residual effects; triclopyr; warm season; weed control; Louisiana; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... A major hindrance to establishment of successful complementary forage systems that include warm-season perennial grasses and clovers is tolerance of the latter to herbicides available for weed control. Field experiments were conducted in 2013 at two locations in northeast Louisiana to evaluate simulated residual rate effects of fluroxypyr plus triclopyr and 2,4-D plus picloram applied at 0, 0.25, ...
- McCurdy, James D.; McElroy, J. Scott; Flessner, Michael L.; Hoyle, Jared A.; Parker, Ethan T.
- Weed technology 2016 v.30 no.2 pp. 478-485
- Trifolium nigrescens, etc ; 2,4-D; 2,4-DB; Trifolium dubium; Trifolium repens; bentazon; clopyralid; flowering; glyphosate; halosulfuron; imazamox; imazaquin; imazethapyr; lawns and turf; leaves; long term effects; metribuzin; metsulfuron; nicosulfuron; pesticide application; pronamide; simazine; sward; turf grasses; weed control; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Clover inclusion may increase the sustainability of certain low-maintenance turfgrasses. However, selective weed control within mixed turfgrass–clover swards proves problematic because of clover susceptibility to herbicides. Research was conducted to identify common turf herbicides that are tolerated by three Trifolium species, including white clover, ball clover, and small hop clover, within low- ...