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    1. Rajcan, I; Swanton, CJ
      Understanding maize-weed competition: resource competition, light quality and the whole plant

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    2. Huang, JZ; Shrestha, A; Tollenaar, M; Deen, W; Rajcan, I; Rahimian, H; Swanton, CJ
      Effect of temperature and photoperiod on the phenological development of wild mustard (Sinapis arvensis L.)

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    3. Bunce, JA
      Effects of prolonged darkness on the sensitivity of leaf respiration to carbon dioxide concentration in C-3 and C-4 species

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    4. Tuesca, D; Puricelli, E; Papa, JC
      A long-term study of weed flora shifts in different tillage systems

      WEED RESEARCH
    5. Rew, LJ; Whelan, B; McBratney, AB
      Does kriging predict weed distributions accurately enough for site-specific weed control?

      WEED RESEARCH
    6. Zhu, YG; Smith, SE
      Seed phosphorus (P) content affects growth, and P uptake of wheat plants and their association with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi

      PLANT AND SOIL
    7. Ronsheim, ML; Anderson, SE
      Population-level specificity in the plant-mycorrhizae association alters intraspecific interactions among neighboring plants

      OECOLOGIA
    8. Weinig, C; Delph, LF
      Phenotypic plasticity early in life constrains developmental responses later

      EVOLUTION
    9. Hawkes, CV; Sullivan, JJ
      The impact of herbivory on plants in different resource conditions: A meta-analysis

      ECOLOGY
    10. Agrawal, AA
      Transgenerational consequences of plant responses to herbivory: An adaptive maternal effect?

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    11. Hall, GJ; Hart, CA; Jones, CA
      Plants as sources of cations antagonistic to glyphosate activity

      PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    12. Pendleton, RL
      Pre-inoculation by an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus enhances male reproductive output of Cucurbita foetidissima

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    13. Beres, I; Kazinczi, G
      Allelopathic effects of shoot extracts and residues of weeds on field crops

      ALLELOPATHY JOURNAL
    14. Baskin, JM; Baskin, CC
      Evolutionary considerations of claims for physical dormancy-break by microbial action and abrasion by soil particles

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    15. Taylor, KL; Hartzler, RG
      Effect of seed bank augmentation on herbicide efficacy

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    16. Young, FL; Gallandt, ER; Alldredge, JR
      Predicting winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) yield loss based on jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica) populations from the previous season

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    17. Feng, PCC; Sandbrink, JJ; Sammons, RD
      Retention, uptake, and translocation of C-14-glyphosate from track-spray applications and correlation to rainfastness in velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    18. Hulina, N
      Distribution and biology of Abutilon theophrasti in Croatia

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    19. Bararpour, MT; Abdollahi, A
      Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) interference and control

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENKRANKHEITEN UND PFLANZENSCHUTZ-JOURNAL OF PLANT DISEASES AND PROTECTION
    20. Guglielmone, L; Jenner, CE; Walsh, JA; Ramasso, E; Marian, D; Roggero, P
      An unusual isolate of turnip mosaic potyvirus from Abutilon theophrasti inPiedmont, Italy

      PHYTOPARASITICA
    21. Satchivi, NM; Wax, LM; Stoller, EW; Briskin, DP
      Absorption and translocation of glyphosate isopropylamine and trimethylsulfonium salts in Abutilon theophrasti and Setaria faberi

      WEED SCIENCE
    22. Dieleman, JA; Mortensen, DA; Buhler, DD; Cambardella, CA; Moorman, TB
      Identifying associations among site properties and weed species abundance.I. Multivariate analysis

      WEED SCIENCE
    23. Dieleman, JA; Mortensen, DA; Buhler, DD; Ferguson, RB
      Identifying associations among site properties and weed species abundance.II. Hypothesis generation

      WEED SCIENCE
    24. Fausey, JC; Penner, D; Renner, KA
      Physiological basis for CGA-248757 and flumiclorac selectivity in five plant species

      WEED SCIENCE
    25. Vanasse, A; Leroux, GD
      Floristic diversity, size, and vertical distribution of the weed seedbank in ridge and conventional tillage systems

      WEED SCIENCE
    26. Teasdale, JR; Mohler, CL
      The quantitative relationship between weed emergence and the physical properties of mulches

      WEED SCIENCE
    27. Maschhoff, JR; Hart, SE; Baldwin, JL
      Effect of ammonium sulfate on the efficacy, absorption, and translocation of glufosinate

      WEED SCIENCE
    28. Jennings, JC; Apel-Birkhold, PC; Bailey, BA; Anderson, JD
      Induction of ethylene biosynthesis and necrosis in weed leaves by a Fusarium oxysporum protein

      WEED SCIENCE
    29. Thompson, WM; Nissen, SJ
      Absorption and fate of carfentrazone-ethyl in Zea mays, Glycine max, and Abutilon theophrasti

      WEED SCIENCE
    30. Crotser, MP; Witt, WW
      Effect of Glycine max canopy characteristics, G-max interference, and weed-free period on Solanum ptycanthum growth

      WEED SCIENCE
    31. Holt, JS; Boose, AB
      Potential for spread of Abutilon theophrasti in California

      WEED SCIENCE
    32. Kadir, JB; Charudattan, R; Berger, RD
      Effects of some epidemiological factors on levels of disease caused by Dactylaria higginsii on Cyperus rotundus

      WEED SCIENCE
    33. Eleftherohorinos, IG; Vasilakoglou, IB; Dhima, KV
      Metribuzin resistance in Amaranthus retroflexus and Chenopodium album in Greece

      WEED SCIENCE
    34. Jordan, NR; Zhang, J; Huerd, S
      Arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungi: potential roles in weed management

      WEED RESEARCH
    35. Koide, RT; Goff, MD; Dickie, IA
      Component growth efficiencies of mycorrhizal and nonmycorrhizal plants

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    36. Parmesan, C
      Unexpected density-dependent effects of herbivory in a wild population of the annual Collinsia torreyi

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    37. Sato, S; Tateno, K; Kobayashi, R; Sakamoto, K
      Cultural control systems of naturalized weeds in forage crop fields

      JARQ-JAPAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY
    38. Weinig, C
      Plasticity versus canalization: Population differences in the timing of shade-avoidance responses

      EVOLUTION
    39. Weinig, C
      Differing selection in alternative competitive environments: Shade-avoidance responses and germination timing

      EVOLUTION
    40. Weinig, C
      Limits to adaptive plasticity: Temperature and photoperiod influence shade-avoidance responses

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    41. Swanton, CJ; Huang, JZ; Shrestha, A; Tollenaar, M; Deen, W; Rahimian, H
      Effects of temperature and photoperiod on the phenological development of barnyardgrass

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    42. Ward, JK; Tissue, DT; Thomas, RB; Strain, BR
      Comparative responses of model C3 and C4 plants to drought in low and elevated CO2

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    43. Sprague, CL; Kells, JJ; Penner, D
      Weed control and corn (Zea mays) tolerance from soil-applied RPA 201772

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    44. Jurik, TW; Zhang, SY
      Tractor wheel traffic effects on weed emergence in central Iowa

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    45. Fausey, JC; Penner, D; Renner, KA
      Adjuvant effects on CGA-248757 and flumiclorac efficacy and crop tolerance

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    46. Tharp, BE; Kells, JJ
      Influence of herbicide application rate, timing, and interrow cultivation on weed control and corn (Zea mays) yield in glufosinate-resistant and glyphosate-resistant corn

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    47. Sprague, CL; Penner, D; Kells, JJ
      Important considerations for RPA 201772 utility

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    48. Young, BG; Hart, SE; Simmons, FW
      Preemergence weed control in conventional-till corn (Zea mays) with RPA 201772

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    49. Wait, JD; Johnson, WG; Massey, RE
      Weed management with reduced rates of glyphosate in no-till, narrow-row, glyphosate-resistant soybean (Glycine max)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    50. Bhowmik, PC; Kushwaha, S; Mitra, S
      Response of various weed species and corn (Zea mays) to RPA 201772

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    51. Tharp, BE; Schabenberger, O; Kells, JJ
      Response of annual weed species to glufosinate and glyphosate

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    52. Masabni, JG; Zandstra, BH
      Discovery of a common purslane (Portulaca oleracea) biotype resistant to linuron

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    53. Niekamp, JW; Johnson, WG; Smeda, RJ
      Broadleaf weed control with sulfentrazone and flumioxazin in no-tillage soybean (Glycine max)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    54. Gonzini, LC; Hart, SE; Wax, LM
      Herbicide combinations for weed management in glyphosate-resistant soybean(Glycine max)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    55. Ateh, CM; Harvey, RG
      Annual weed control by glyphosate in glyphosate-resistant soybean (Glycinemax)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    56. Van Wychen, LR; Harvey, RG; Vangessel, MJ; Rabaey, TL; Bach, DJ
      Efficacy and crop response to glufosinate-based weed management in PAT-transformed sweet corn (Zea mays)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    57. Kutcher, HR; Mortensen, K
      Genotypic and pathogenic variation of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides f. spmalvae

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    58. Roman, ES; Murphy, SD; Swanton, CJ
      Effect of tillage and Zea mays on Chenopodium album seedling emergence anddensity

      WEED SCIENCE
    59. Stahl, LAB; Johnson, GA; Wyse, DL; Buhler, DD; Gunsolus, JL
      Effect of tillage on timing of Setaria spp. emergence and growth

      WEED SCIENCE
    60. Hartzler, RG; Buhler, DD; Stoltenberg, DE
      Emergence characteristics of four annual weed species

      WEED SCIENCE
    61. Sprague, CL; Penner, D; Kells, JJ
      Weed control and Zea mays tolerance as affected by timing of RP-201772 application

      WEED SCIENCE
    62. Unland, RD; Al-Khatib, K; Peterson, DE
      Interactions between imazamox and diphenylethers

      WEED SCIENCE
    63. Jordan, DL; Bollich, PK; Braverman, MP; Sanders, DE
      Influence of tillage and Triticum aestivum cover crop on herbicide efficacy in Oryza sativa

      WEED SCIENCE
    64. Lycan, DW; Hart, SE
      Physiological response of soybean (Glycine max) and two weed species to thifensulfuron and bentazon combinations

      WEED SCIENCE
    65. Spandl, E; Durgan, BR; Forcella, F
      Foxtail (Setaria spp.) seedling dynamics in spring wheat (Triticum aestivum) are influenced by seeding date and tillage regime

      WEED SCIENCE
    66. Foes, MJ; Liu, LX; Vigue, G; Stoller, EW; Wax, LM; Tranel, PJ
      A kochia (Kochia scoparia) biotype resistant to triazine and ALS-inhibiting herbicides

      WEED SCIENCE
    67. Dieleman, JA; Mortensen, DA; Martin, AR
      Influence of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and common sunflower (Helianthus annuus) density variation on weed management outcomes

      WEED SCIENCE
    68. Mulugeta, D; Boerboom, CM
      Seasonal abundance and spatial pattern of Setaria faberi, Chenopodium album, and Abutilon theophrasti in reduced-tillage soybeans

      WEED SCIENCE
    69. Chhokar, RS; Balyan, RS
      Competition and control of weeds in soybean

      WEED SCIENCE
    70. McDonald, AJ; Riha, SJ
      Model of crop : weed competition applied to maize : Abutilon theophrasti interactions. I. Model description and evaluation

      WEED RESEARCH
    71. McDonald, AJ; Riha, SJ
      Model of crop : weed competition applied to maize : Abutilon theophrasti interactions. II. Assessing the impact of climate: implications for economicthresholds

      WEED RESEARCH
    72. Lindquist, JL; Mortensen, DA
      Ecophysiological characteristics of four maize hybrids and Abutilon theophrasti

      WEED RESEARCH
    73. Cavero, J; Zaragoza, C; Suso, ML; Pardo, A
      Competition between maize and Datura stramonium in an irrigated field under semi-arid conditions

      WEED RESEARCH
    74. Reade, JPH; Cobb, AH
      Purification, characterization and comparison of glutathione S-transferases from black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds) biotypes

      PESTICIDE SCIENCE
    75. Facelli, E; Facelli, JM; Smith, SE; Mclaughlin, MJ
      Interactive effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis, intraspecific competition and resource availability on Trifolium subterraneum cv. Mt. Barker

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    76. McConnaughay, KDM; Coleman, JS
      Biomass allocation in plants: Ontogeny or optimality? A test along three resource gradients

      ECOLOGY
    77. Cahill, JF
      Fertilization effects on interactions between above- and belowground competition in an old field

      ECOLOGY
    78. WILLS GD; HANKS JE; JONES EJ; MACK RE
      EFFECT OF OIL ADJUVANTS AND NITROGEN-FERTILIZER ON THE EFFICACY OF IMAZETHAPYR APPLIED AT CONVENTIONAL AND ULTRALOW SPRAY VOLUMES

      Weed technology
    79. GONESE JU; WEBER JB
      HERBICIDE RATE RECOMMENDATIONS - SOIL PARAMETER EQUATIONS VS. REGISTERED RATE RECOMMENDATIONS

      Weed technology
    80. NELSON KA; RENNER KA
      POSTEMERGENCE WEED-CONTROL WITH CGA-277476 AND CLORANSULAM-METHYL IN SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed technology
    81. FENG PCC; RYERSE JS; SAMMONS RD
      CORRELATION OF LEAF DAMAGE WITH UPTAKE AND TRANSLOCATION OF GLYPHOSATE IN VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI)

      Weed technology
    82. LINDQUIST JL; DIELEMAN JA; MORTENSEN DA; JOHNSON GA; WYSEPESTER DY
      ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF MANAGING SPATIALLY HETEROGENEOUS WEED POPULATIONS

      Weed technology
    83. SCHMENK R; KELLS JJ
      EFFECT OF SOIL-APPLIED ATRAZINE AND PENDIMETHALIN ON VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI) COMPETITIVENESS IN CORN

      Weed technology
    84. KRISHNAN G; HOLSHOUSER DL; NISSEN SJ
      WEED-CONTROL IN SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX) WITH GREEN MANURE CROPS

      Weed technology
    85. NELSON KA; RENNER KA
      WEED-CONTROL IN WIDE-AND NARROW-ROW SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX) WITH IMAZAMOX, IMAZETHAPYR, AND CGA-277476 PLUS QUIZALOFOP

      Weed technology
    86. HIROSE T; BAZZAZ FA
      TRADE-OFF BETWEEN LIGHT-USE AND NITROGEN-USE EFFICIENCY IN CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Annals of botany (Print)
    87. Zhang, JH
      Variation and allometry of seed weight in Aeschynomene americana

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    88. SUGIYAMA S; BAZZAZ FA
      SIZE DEPENDENCE OF REPRODUCTIVE ALLOCATION - THE INFLUENCE OF RESOURCE AVAILABILITY, COMPETITION AND GENETIC IDENTITY

      Functional ecology
    89. DEEN W; HUNT T; SWANTON CJ
      INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE, PHOTOPERIOD, AND IRRADIANCE ON THE PHENOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF COMMON RAGWEED (AMBROSIA-ARTEMISIIFOLIA)

      Weed science
    90. LINDQUIST JL; MORTENSEN DA
      TOLERANCE AND VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI) SUPPRESSIVE ABILITY OF 2 OLD AND 2 MODERN CORN (ZEA-MAYS) HYBRIDS

      Weed science
    91. ZHANG JH; HAMILL AS
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF VELVETLEAF SEEDLINGS AFTER 1 YEARS SEEDING

      Weed science
    92. BARRAPOUR MT; OLIVER LR
      EFFECT OF TILLAGE AND INTERFERENCE ON COMMON COCKLEBUR (XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM) AND SICKLEPOD (SENNA-OBTUSIFOLIA) POPULATION, SEED PRODUCTION,AND SEEDBANK

      Weed science
    93. TEASDALE JR
      INFLUENCE OF CORN (ZEA-MAYS) POPULATION AND ROW SPACING ON CORN AND VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI) YIELD

      Weed science
    94. RUSHING GS; OLIVER LR
      INFLUENCE OF PLANTING DATE ON COMMON COCKLEBUR (XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM) INTERFERENCE IN EARLY-MATURING SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed science
    95. Starke, RJ; Oliver, LR
      Interaction of glyphosate with chlorimuron, fomesafen, imazethapyr, and sulfentrazone

      WEED SCIENCE
    96. PRESTON KA
      ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRAINTS ON FLOWER NUMBER IN A PHOTOPERIODIC ANNUAL

      Oikos
    97. SCHWINNING S; WEINER J
      MECHANISMS DETERMINING THE DEGREE OF SIZE ASYMMETRY IN COMPETITION AMONG PLANTS

      Oecologia
    98. CASPER BB; CAHILL JF; HYATT LA
      ABOVEGROUND COMPETITION DOES NOT ALTER BIOMASS ALLOCATED TO ROOTS IN ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI

      New phytologist
    99. NISHIDA T; SHIMIZU N; ISHIDA M; ONOUE T; HARASHIMA N
      EFFECT OF CATTLE DIGESTION AND OF COMPOSTING HEAT ON WEED SEEDS

      JARQ. Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly
    100. Casper, BB; Cahill, JF
      Population-level responses to nutrient heterogeneity and density by Abutilon theophrasti (Malvaceae): An experimental neighborhood approach

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY


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