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The Impact of Herbicide-Resistant Rice Technology on Phenotypic Diversity and Population Structure of United States Weedy Rice

Author:
Burgos, Nilda Roma, Singh, Vijay, Tseng, Te Ming, Black, Howard, Young, Nelson D., Huang, Zhongyun, Hyma, Katie E., Gealy, David R., Caicedo, Ana L.
Source:
Plant physiology 2014 v.166 no.3 pp. 1208-1220
ISSN:
0032-0889
Subject:
Oryza sativa, acetolactate synthase, chromosomes, color, flowering, genes, haplotypes, herbicide resistance, hulls, imazethapyr, inflorescences, introgression, phenology, phenotypic variation, population structure, progeny, rice, weed control, weeds, Arkansas
Abstract:
Use of herbicide-resistant rice cultivars in the United States has led to the emergence of herbicide-resistant weedy rice formed predominantly by hybridization of cultivars with historical weeds characterized by black hulls and awns .
Agid:
60672
Handle:
10113/60672