Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI)

2016 Articles

Why was resistance to shorter-acting pre-emergence herbicides slower to evolve?

G Somerville, S Powles, M Walsh, M Renton, Pest Management Science, online

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Recurrent selection with reduced 2,4-D amine doses results in the rapid evolution of 2,4-D herbicide resistance in wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum L.)

M Ashworth, M Walsh, K Flower and S Powles, Pest Management Science, online

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Identification of Triazine-Resistant Vulpia bromoides

M Ashworth, H Han, G Knell & S Powles,  Weed Technology, online

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Directional selection for flowering time leads to adaptive evolution in Raphanus raphanistrum (Wild radish)

M Ashworth, M Walsh, K Flower, M Vila-Aiub & S Powles, Evolutionary Applications, online

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2,4-D resistance in wild radish: reduced herbicide translocation via inhibition of cellular transport

D Goggin, G Cawthray & S Powles, Journal of Experimental Botany, online

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Transgenic glyphosate-resistant canola (Brassica napus) can persist outside agricultural fields in Australia

R Busi & S Powles, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 220: 28-34

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Beyond modelling: considering user-centred and post-development aspects to ensure the success of a decision support system

M Lacoste, S Powles, Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, online

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2016 Articles