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Two hundred and twenty weed species have evolved resistance to one or more herbicides, and there are now 404 unique cases (species × site of action) of herbicide-resistant weeds globally. ALS inhibitor-resistant weeds account for about a third of all cases (133/404) and are particularly troublesome in rice and cereals. Although 71 weed species have been(More)
Evolved herbicide resistance (EHR) is an important agronomic problem and consequently a food security problem, as it jeopardizes herbicide effectiveness and increases the difficulty and cost of weed management. EHR in weeds was first reported in 1970 and the number of cases has accelerated dramatically over the last two decades. Despite 40 years of research(More)
This study was designed to assess two aspects of behavioural relaxation training with subjects who have severe mental retardation. The first was whether or not cue words could be linked effectively to training so that they would eventually produce a relaxation effect in the absence of a full relaxation procedure. The second was to determine the effects of(More)
Explants from cotyledons, axillary buds, inflorescence stems and flower buds of Brassica campestris ssp. pekinensis (Lour.) Olsson (Chinese cabbage, cv. Wongbok) were cultured on MS medium with growth regulators. Multiple shoots were obtained from cotyledons, axillary buds and flower buds but not from inflorescence stems. Propagation of shoots from(More)
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