Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI)

2011 Articles

PDF icon The potential for pyroxasulfone to selectivity to control resistant and suceptible rigid rygrass (Lolium rigidum) biotypes in australian grain crop production systems

M Walsh, T Fowler, B Crowe, T Ambe & S Powles, Weed Technology, 25:30–37

 

 

PDF icon Glyphosate resistance in perennial Sorghum halapense (Johnsongrass), endowed by reduced glyphosate translocation and leaf uptake

M Vila-Aiub, M Balbi, A Distefano, L Fernandez, E Hopp, Q Yu & S Powles, Pest Management science, 68.3 430-436.

 

PDF icon Does cutting herbicide rates threaten the sustainability of weed management in cropping systems

M Renton, A Diggle, S Manalil & S Powles, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 283: 14–27

 

PDF icon Towards large-scale prediction of lolium rigidum I. Can climate be used to predict dormancy parameters?

M Owen, P Michael, M Renton, K Steadman & S Powles, Weed Research, online

PDF icon Towards large-scale prediction of Lolium rigidum emeregence II. correlation between dormancy and herbicide resistance levels suggest an impact of cropping systems

M Owen, P Michael, M Renton, K Steadman & S Powles, Weed Research, online

PDF icon Rapid Evolution of Herbicide Resistance by Low Herbicide Dosages

S Manalil, R Busi, M Renton & S Powles, Weed Science, 59: 210-217

PDF icon Gene flow increases the initial frequency of herbicide resistance alleles in unselected Lolium rigidum populations.

R Busi, S Michel, S Powles & C Delye, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 142: 403– 409

 

PDF icon Genetic control of a cytochrome P450 metabolismbased herbicide resistance mechanism in Lolium rigidum

R Busi, M Vila-Aiub & S Powles, Heredity, 106: 817-824

PDF icon Reduced Sensitivity to paraquat evolves under selection with low glyphosate doses in lolium rigidum

R Busi & S Powles, Agronomy for sustainable development, 31.3: 525-531.