Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI)

2010 Articles

PDF icon Wet-dry cycling extends seed persistence by re-instating antioxidant capacity

R Long, I Kranner, F Panetta, S Birtic, S Adkins & K Steadman, Plant and soil, 338.1-2: 511-519.

PDF icon Direct measurement of paraquat in leaf protoplasts indicates vacuolar paraquat sequestration as a resistance mechanism in Lolium rigidum

Q Yu, S Huang & S Powles, Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, 98.1: 104-109

PDF icon AHAS herbicide resistance endowing mutations: effect on AHAS functionality and plant growth

Q Yu, H Han, M Vila-Aiub & S Powles, Journal of experimental botany, 61.14 3925-3934.

PDF icon Evolution in Action: Plants Resistant to Herbicides

S Powles & Q Yu, Annual Review of Plant Biology, 61: 317-347

PDF icon Gene amplification delivers glyphosate-resistant weed evolution

S Powles, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107.3 955-956.

PDF icon Glyphosate-Resistant Rigid Ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) Populations in the Western Australian Grain Belt

M Owen & S Powles, Weed Technology, 24:44-49

PDF icon Herbicide Resistant Weed Seeds Contaminate Grain Sown in the Western Australian Wheat belt

P Michael, M Owen & S Powles, Weed Science, 58:466-472

PDF icon Prior hydration of Brassica tournefortii seeds reduce the stimulatory effect of karrikinolide on germination and increase seed sensitivity to abscisic acid

R Long, K William, E Griffiths, G Flematti, D Merritt, J Stevens, S Turner, S Powles & K Dixon, Annals of Botany, 105: 1063-1070

PDF icon Selection for a low or high primary dormancy in Lolium Rigidum Gaud seeds results in constitutive differences in stress protein expression and peroxidase activity

D Goggin, S Powles & K Steadman, Journal of Experimental Botany, 62.3: 1037-1047.

PDF icon Initial characterisation of low and high seed dormancy populations of Lolium

D Goggin, RJ Emery, S Powles & K Steadman, Journal of Plant physiology, 167.15: 1282-1288

PDF icon Dark-mediated dormancy release in stratified Lolium rigidum seeds is asscoiated with higher activites of cell wall modifying enzymes and an apparent increase in gibberellin sensitivity

D Goggin, S Powles, P Toorop & K Steadman, Journal of Plant Physiology, 168.6: 527-533.

PDF icon Gene amplification confers glyphosate resistance in Amaranthus Palmeri

T Gaine, W Zhang, D Wang, B Bukun, S Chisholm, D Shaner, S Nissen, W Patzoldt, P Tranel, A.S Culpepper, T Grey, T Webster, W Vencill, R Sammons, K Kiang, C Preston, K Leach & P Westra, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107.3: 1029-1034.

PDF icon Genetic control of a cytochrom P450 metabolism-based herbicide resistance mechanism in Lolium rigidum
R Busi,  M. Vila-Aiub & S Powles, Heredity, 106.5817-824.
PDF icon Manipulating Crop Row Orientation to Suppress Weeds and Increase Crop Yield

C Borger, A Hashem & S Pathan, Weed Science, 58:174-178