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    1. McPhee, CS; Aarssen, LW
      The separation of above- and below-ground competition in plants - A reviewand critique of methodology

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Beyschlag, W; Eckstein, J
      Towards a causal analysis of stomatal patchiness: the role of stomatal size variability and hydrological heterogeneity

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    3. Gratton, C; Welter, SC
      Parasitism of natural populations of Liriomyza helianthi spencer and Calycomyza platyptera (Thomson) (Diptera : Agromyzidae)

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    4. Liu, L; McDonald, AJS; Stadenberg, I; Davies, WJ
      Abscisic acid in leaves and roots of willow: significance for stomatal conductance

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Blazkova, A; Machackova, I; Eder, J; Krekule, J
      Benzyladenine-induced inhibition of flowering in Chenopodium rubrum in vitro is not related to the levels of isoprenoid cytokinins

      PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    6. Sharma, VK
      Patch testing with the European standard series and Compositae extracts inpatients with airborne contact dermatitis

      CONTACT DERMATITIS
    7. Milborrow, BV
      The pathway of biosynthesis of abscisic acid in vascular plants: a review of the present state of knowledge of ABA biosynthesis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    8. Culpepper, AS; York, AC
      Weed management in ultra narrow row cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    9. Johnson, WG; Bradley, PR; Hart, SE; Buesinger, ML; Massey, RE
      Efficacy and economics of weed management in glyphosate-resistant corn (Zea mays)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    10. Webster, EP; Shaw, DR; Baughman, TA; Snipes, CE; Bryson, CT
      Influence of cultivation timing on pyrithiobac performance in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    11. Nehl, DB; Brown, JF
      Biological control of the Noogoora burr complex with Alternaria zinniae: environmental conditions favouring disease

      AUSTRALASIAN PLANT PATHOLOGY
    12. Buckley, TN; Mott, KA
      Stomatal responses to non-local changes in PFD: evidence for long-distancehydraulic interactions

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    13. Dirks, JT; Johnson, WG; Smeda, RJ; Wiebold, WJ; Massey, RE
      Use of preplant sulfentrazone in no-till, narrow-row, glyphosate-resistantGlycine max

      WEED SCIENCE
    14. Clay, PA; Griffin, JL
      Weed seed production and seedling emergence responses to late-season glyphosate applications

      WEED SCIENCE
    15. Donald, WW
      Between-row mowing plus in-row band-applied herbicide for weed control in Glycine max

      WEED SCIENCE
    16. Lee, JM; Owen, MDK
      Comparison of acetolactate synthase enzyme inhibition among resistant and susceptible Xanthium strumarium biotypes

      WEED SCIENCE
    17. Neto, FS; Coble, HD; Corbin, FT
      Absorption, translocation, and metabolism of C-14-glufosinate in Xanthium strumarium, Commelina difusa, and Ipomoea purpurea

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

      WEED SCIENCE
    19. Baldoni, G; Viggiani, P; Bonetti, A; Dinelli, G; Catizone, P
      Classification of Italian Xanthium strumarium complex based on biological traits, electrophoretic analysis and response to maize interference

      WEED RESEARCH
    20. Hsu, FL; Chen, YC; Cheng, JT
      Caffeic acid as active principle from the fruit of Xanthium strumarium to lower plasma glucose in diabetic rats

      PLANTA MEDICA
    21. Ul'chenko, NT; Glushenkova, AI
      Neutral lipids of Xanthium strumarium seeds

      CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL COMPOUNDS
    22. Donald, WW
      Timing and frequency of between-row mowing and band-applied herbicide for annual weed control in soybean

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

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    24. 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
    25. Peterson, DE
      The impact of herbicide-resistant weeds on Kansas agriculture

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    26. Stougaard, RN
      Carrier volume adjustments improve imazamethabenz efficacy

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

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    28. Abbas, HK; Pantone, DJ; Paul, RN
      Characteristics of multiple-seeded cocklebur: A biotype of common cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium L.)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    29. Palmer, EW; Shaw, DR; Holloway, JC
      Evaluation of soil-applied herbicides in sequential programs with CGA-277476 in soybean (Glycine max)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    30. Monks, CD; Patterson, MG; Wilcut, JW; Delaney, DP
      Effect of pyrithiobac, MSMA, and DSMA on cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) growth and weed control

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    31. Ohmes, GA; Kendig, JA
      Inheritance of an ALS-cross-resistant common cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium) biotype

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    32. Escalona, JM; Flexas, J; Medrano, H
      Stomatal and non-stomatal limitations of photosynthesis under water stressin field-grown grapevines

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    33. Grymes, CF; Griffin, JL; Boethel, DJ; Leonard, BR; Jordan, DL; Russin, JS
      Soybean response to weed interference and defoliation

      WEED SCIENCE
    34. Jia, WS; Zhang, JH
      Stomatal closure is induced rather by prevailing xylem abscisic acid than by accumulated amount of xylem-derived abscisic acid

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    35. JOHNSON WG; DILBECK JS; DEFELICE MS; KENDIG JA
      WEED-CONTROL WITH REDUCED RATES OF CHLORIMURON PLUS METRIBUZIN AND IMAZETHAPYR IN NO-TILL NARROW-ROW SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed technology
    36. ELLIS JM; SHAW DR; BARRENTINE WL
      HERBICIDE COMBINATIONS FOR PREHARVEST WEED DESICCATION IN EARLY-MATURING SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed technology
    37. ELLIS JM; SHAW DR; BARRENTINE WL
      SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX) SEED QUALITY AND HARVESTING EFFICIENCY AS AFFECTED BY LOW WEED DENSITIES

      Weed technology
    38. 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
    39. Mahmoud, AA
      Xanthanolides and xanthane epoxide derivatives from Xanthium strumarium

      PLANTA MEDICA
    40. MA YT; HUANG MC; HSU FL; CHANG HF
      THIAZINEDIONE FROM XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM

      Phytochemistry
    41. WEINER J; KINSMAN S; WILLIAMS S
      MODELING THE GROWTH OF INDIVIDUALS IN PLANT-POPULATIONS - LOCAL-DENSITY VARIATION IN A STRAND POPULATION OF XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM (ASTERACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    42. JOHNSON WG; KENDIG JA; MASSEY RE; DEFELICE MS; BECKER CD
      WEED-CONTROL AND ECONOMIC RETURNS WITH POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDES IN NARROW-ROW SOYBEANS (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed technology
    43. STECKEL GJ; WAX LM; SIMMONS FW; PHILLIPS WH
      GLUFOSINATE EFFICACY ON ANNUAL WEEDS IS INFLUENCED BY RATE AND GROWTHSTAGE

      Weed technology
    44. WEBSTER TM; WILCUT JW; COBLE HD
      INFLUENCE OF AC-263,222 RATE AND APPLICATION METHOD ON WEED MANAGEMENT IN PEANUT (ARACHIS-HYPOGAEA)

      Weed technology
    45. JOHNSON WG; DEFELICE MS; HOLMAN CS
      APPLICATION TIMING AFFECTS WEED-CONTROL WITH METOLACHLOR PLUS ATRAZINE IN NO-TILL CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed technology
    46. SPRAGUE CL; STOLLER EW; WAX LM
      COMMON COCKLEBUR (XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM) RESISTANCE TO SELECTED ALS-INHIBITING HERBICIDES

      Weed technology
    47. WEBSTER TM; COBLE HD
      CHANGES IN THE WEED SPECIES COMPOSITION OF THE SOUTHERN UNITED-STATES- 1974 TO 1995

      Weed technology
    48. ROYAL SS; BRECKE BJ; SHOKES FM; COLVIN DL
      INFLUENCE OF BROADLEAF WEEDS ON CHLOROTHALONIL DEPOSITION, FOLIAR DISEASE INCIDENCE, AND PEANUT (ARACHIS-HYPOGAEA) YIELD

      Weed technology
    49. SPRAGUE CL; STOLLER EW; HART SE
      PREEMERGENCE BROADLEAF WEED-CONTROL AND CROP TOLERANCE IN IMIDAZOLINONE-RESISTANT AND IMIDAZOLINONE-SUSCEPTIBLE CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed technology
    50. CULPEPPER S; YORK AC; BATTS RB; JENNINGS KM
      SICKLEPOD (SENNA-OBTUSIFOLIA) MANAGEMENT IN AN ALS-MODIFIED SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed technology
    51. REUVENI J; GALE J; ZERONI M
      DIFFERENTIATING DAY FROM NIGHT EFFECTS OF HIGH AMBIENT [CO2] ON THE GAS-EXCHANGE AND GROWTH OF XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM L EXPOSED TO SALINITY STRESS

      Annals of botany
    52. YONG JWH; WONG SC; FARQUHAR GD
      STOMATAL RESPONSES TO CHANGES IN VAPOR-PRESSURE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LEAF AND AIR

      Plant, cell and environment
    53. MA GY; COBLE HD; CORBIN FT; BURTON JD
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-MECHANISMS FOR DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSES OF 3 WEED SPECIESTO PROSULFURON

      Weed science
    54. JONES RE; WALKER RH; WEHTJE G
      SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX), COMMON COCKLEBUR (XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM), AND SICKLEPOD (SENNA-OBTUSIFOLIA) SAP FLOW IN INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITION

      Weed science
    55. WILKINSON S; DAVIES WJ
      XYLEM SAP PH INCREASE - A DROUGHT SIGNAL RECEIVED AT THE APOPLASTIC FACE OF THE GUARD-CELL THAT INVOLVES THE SUPPRESSION OF SATURABLE ABSCISIC-ACID UPTAKE BY THE EPIDERMAL SYMPLAST

      Plant physiology
    56. CORBESIER L; GADISSEUR I; SILVESTRE G; JACQMARD A; BERNIER G
      DESIGN IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA OF A SYNCHRONOUS SYSTEM OF FLORAL INDUCTION BY ONE LONG-DAY

      Plant journal
    57. ABBAS HK; EGLEY GH
      INFLUENCE OF UNREFINED CORN-OIL AND SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS ON THE GERMINATION AND INFECTIVITY OF ALTERNARIA-HELIANTHI

      Biocontrol science and technology
    58. BETHLENFALVAY GJ; MIHARA KL; SCHREINER RP; MCDANIEL H
      MYCORRHIZAE, BIOCIDES, AND BIOCONTROL, .1. HERBICIDE-MYCORRHIZA INTERACTIONS IN SOYBEAN AND COCKLEBUR TREATED WITH BENTAZON

      Agriculture, ecosystems & environment. Applied soil ecology
    59. BETHLENFALVAY GJ; SCHREINER RP; MIHARA KL; MCDANIEL H
      MYCORRHIZAE, BIOCIDES, AND BIOCONTROL .2. MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI ENHANCE WEED-CONTROL AND CROP GROWTH IN A SOYBEAN-COCKLEBUR ASSOCIATION TREATEDWITH THE HERBICIDE BENTAZON

      Agriculture, ecosystems & environment. Applied soil ecology
    60. OBERMEIER MR; KAPUSTA G
      POSTEMERGENCE BROADLEAF WEED-CONTROL IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS) WITH CGA-152005

      Weed technology
    61. URWIN CP; WILSON RG; MORTENSEN DA
      LATE-SEASON WEED SUPPRESSION FROM DRY BEAN (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS) CULTIVARS

      Weed technology
    62. NIMBAL CI; SHAW DR; WILLS GD; DUKE SO
      ENVIRONMENTAL-EFFECTS ON MSMA PHYTOTOXICITY TO WILD-TYPE AND ARSENICAL HERBICIDE-RESISTANT COMMON COCKLEBUR (XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM)

      Weed technology
    63. BLACK BD; GRIFFIN JL; RUSSIN JS; SNOW JP
      WEED HOSTS FOR RHIZOCTONIA-SOLANI, CAUSAL AGENT FOR RHIZOCTONIA FOLIAR BLIGHT OF SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed technology
    64. CAVERO J; ZARAGOZA C; GILORTEGA R
      TOLERANCE OF DIRECT-SEEDED PEPPER (CAPSICUM-ANNUUM) UNDER PLASTIC MULCH TO HERBICIDES

      Weed technology
    65. LOVELL ST; WAX LM; SIMPSON DM; MCGLAMERY M
      USING THE IN-VIVO ACETOLACTATE SYNTHASE (ALS) ASSAY FOR IDENTIFYING HERBICIDE-RESISTANT WEEDS

      Weed technology
    66. MAHAJAN VK; SHARMA VK; KAUR I; CHAKRABARTI A
      CONTACT-DERMATITIS IN AGRICULTURAL-WORKERS - ROLE OF COMMON CROPS, FODDER AND WEEDS

      Contact dermatitis
    67. WILCUT JW; RICHBURG JS; WILEY GL; WALLS FR
      POSTEMERGENCE AC-263,222 SYSTEMS FOR WEED-CONTROL IN PEANUT (ARACHIS-HYPOGAEA)

      Weed science
    68. GALLAHER K; MUELLER TC
      EFFECT OF CROP PRESENCE ON PERSISTENCE OF ATRAZINE, METRIBUZIN, AND CLOMAZONE IN SURFACE SOIL

      Weed science
    69. MUYONGA KC; DEFELICE MS; SIMS BD
      WEED-CONTROL WITH REDUCED RATES OF 4 SOIL-APPLIED SOYBEAN HERBICIDES

      Weed science
    70. ZHANG J; HAMILL AS
      RESPONSES OF ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI TO AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT-SYSTEMS

      Weed Research
    71. ZHANG JH; TARDIEU F
      RELATIVE CONTRIBUTION OF APICES AND MATURE TISSUES TO ABA SYNTHESIS IN DROUGHTED MAIZE ROOT SYSTEMS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    72. MACHACKOVA I; EDER J; MOTYKA V; HANUS J; KREKULE J
      PHOTOPERIODIC CONTROL OF CYTOKININ TRANSPORT AND METABOLISM IN CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM

      Physiologia Plantarum
    73. TALAKAL TS; DWIVEDI SK; SHARMA SR
      IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO ANTITRYPANOSOMAL ACTIVITY OF XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUMLEAVES

      Journal of ethnopharmacology
    74. NAGY Z; GALIBA G
      DROUGHT AND SALT TOLERANCE ARE NOT NECESSARILY LINKED - A STUDY ON WHEAT-VARIETIES DIFFERING IN DROUGHT TOLERANCE UNDER CONSECUTIVE WATER AND SALINITY STRESSES

      Journal of plant physiology
    75. NIMBAL CI; WILLS GD; DUKE SO; SHAW DR
      TRANSLOCATION, AND METABOLISM OF C-14 MSMA IN ORGANIC ARSENICAL-RESISTANT AND ARSENICAL-SUSCEPTIBLE MISSISSIPPI BIOTYPES OF COMMON COCKLEBUR (XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM L)

      Weed science
    76. BUSSLER BH; MAXWELL BD; PUETTMANN KJ
      USING PLANT VOLUME TO QUANTIFY INTERFERENCE IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS) NEIGHBORHOODS

      Weed science
    77. JONES DS; LIN H; KANE MV; GRABAU LJ
      REDUCED PREPLANT-INCORPORATED IMAZAQUIN RATES FOR BROADLEAF WEED-CONTROL IN SOYBEAN

      Agronomy journal
    78. KINET JM; HOUSSA P; REQUIER MC; BERNIER G
      ALTERATION OF CYTOKININ LEVELS IN ROOT AND LEAF EXUDATES OF THE SHORT-DAY PLANT XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM IN RESPONSE TO A SINGLE LONG NIGHT INDUCING FLOWERING

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    79. SCHNEEGURT MA; ROBERTS JL; BJELK LA; GERWICK BC
      POSTEMERGENCE ACTIVITY OF ISOXABEN

      Weed technology
    80. JACOBSON BD; MURRAY DS; STONE JF
      SOIL-WATER EXTRACTION PROFILES OF COTTON (GOSSYPIUM-HIRSUTUM) AND WEED SPECIES

      Weed technology
    81. CORREIA MJ; PEREIRA JS
      ABSCISIC-ACID IN APOPLASTIC SAP CAN ACCOUNT FOR THE RESTRICTION IN LEAF CONDUCTANCE OF WHITE LUPINS DURING MODERATE SOIL DRYING AND AFTER REWATERING

      Plant, cell and environment
    82. NANDAKISHORE T; PASRICHA JS
      PATTERN OF CROSS-SENSITIVITY BETWEEN 4 COMPOSITAE PLANTS, PARTHENIUM-HYSTEROPHORUS, XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM, HELIANTHUS-ANNUUS AND CHRYSANTHEMUM-CORONARIUM, IN INDIAN PATIENTS

      Contact dermatitis
    83. SAXENA VK; MONDAL SK
      A XANTHANOLIDE FROM XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM

      Phytochemistry
    84. ZHANG JH
      ACCUMULATION OF ABA IN MAIZE ROOTS IN RESPONSE TO ROOT SEVERING

      New phytologist
    85. ZHANG JH; CAVERS PB
      SEEDLING EMERGENCE AFTER MATERNAL BENTAZON APPLICATION TO 10 COCKLEBUR (XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM) POPULATIONS

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    86. DAETER W; SLOVIK S; HARTUNG W
      THE PH GRADIENTS IN THE ROOT-SYSTEM AND THE ABSCISIC-ACID CONCENTRATION IN XYLEM AND APOPLASTIC SAPS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    87. OLIVER LR; KLINGAMAN TE; MCCLELLAND M; BOZSA RC
      HERBICIDE SYSTEMS IN STALE SEEDBED SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX) PRODUCTION

      Weed technology
    88. HEATHERLY LG; WESLEY RA; ELMORE CD; SPURLOCK SR
      NET RETURNS FROM STALE SEEDBED PLANTINGS OF SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX) ON CLAY SOIL

      Weed technology
    89. JOHNSON GA; DEFELICE MS; HELSEL ZR
      COVER CROP MANAGEMENT AND WEED-CONTROL IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed technology
    90. GERWICK BC; MIRELES LC; EILERS RJ
      RAPID DIAGNOSIS OF ALS AHAS-RESISTANT WEEDS

      Weed technology
    91. KINET JM; LEJEUNE P; BERNIER G
      SHOOT ROOT INTERACTIONS DURING FLORAL TRANSITION - A POSSIBLE ROLE FOR CYTOKININS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    92. COUSENS RD; ONEILL ME
      CONFIDENCE-INTERVALS FOR AREA OF INFLUENCE EXPERIMENTS AND DERIVED YIELD LOSS ESTIMATES

      Weed science
    93. SEIBERT AC; PEARCE RB
      GROWTH ANALYSIS OF WEED AND CROP SPECIES WITH REFERENCE TO SEED WEIGHT

      Weed science
    94. SALISBURY CD; CHANDLER JM
      INTERACTION OF COTTON (GOSSYPIUM-HIRSUTUM) AND VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI) PLANTS FOR WATER IS AFFECTED BY THEIR INTERACTION FOR LIGHT

      Weed science
    95. AGATA I; GOTO S; HATANO T; NISHIBE S; OKUDA T
      1,3,5-TRI-O-CAFFEOYLQUINIC ACID FROM XANTHIUM-STRUMARIUM

      Phytochemistry
    96. BICKEL AM; FREEMAN DC
      EFFECTS OF POLLEN VECTOR AND PLANT GEOMETRY ON FLORAL SEX-RATIO IN MONOECIOUS PLANTS

      The American midland naturalist
    97. CLAY K
      SIZE-DEPENDENT GENDER CHANGE IN GREEN DRAGON (ARISAEMA-DRACONTIUM, ARACEAE)

      American journal of botany


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