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Log-Logistic Analysis of Herbicide Dose-Response Relationships
The log-logistic model possesses several clear advantages over other analysis methods and the authors suggest that it should be widely adopted as a standard herbicide dose-response analysis method.
Relative suitability of indices derived from Landsat ETM+ and SPOT 5 for detecting fire severity in sagebrush steppe
Characterizing traits that enhance the competitiveness of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) against jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica)
Our objective was to identify traits in winter wheat important to competitiveness against jointed goatgrass, measured as increased wheat yields and reduced jointed goatgrass seed production. Jointed…
The Effects of Long-Term Grazing Exclosures on Range Plants in the Central Anatolian Region of Turkey
Differences in plant composition between areas that have not been grazed in 27 years with neighboring grazed plant communities are determined and generalizations about the current grazing regime and long-term exclosures in the steppe rangeland around the study area are led.
Production of herbicide-resistant jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica) × wheat (Triticum aestivum) hybrids in the field by natural hybridization
Imazamox-resistant hybrids resulted from a cross between jointed goatgrass and an imazamox-resistant wheat (cv. FS-4 IR wheat). Two imazamox-resistant hybrids were discovered in a research plot where…
Base growth temperatures, germination rates and growth response of contemporary spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars from the US Pacific Northwest
Measuring Plant Cover in Sagebrush Steppe Rangelands: A Comparison of Methods
The reduction in cost per sample, the increased speed of sampling, and the smaller standard deviation associated with the 100-m AGL digital imagery are compelling arguments for adopting this vegetation sampling method.
Estimation of Dose–Response Models for Discrete and Continuous Data in Weed Science
This article will explore techniques and demonstrate their use to provide researchers with an up-to-date set of tools necessary for analysis of dose–response problems and provide a variety of data examples from weed science.
Cross-Resistance of Several Diclofop-Resistant Wild Oat (Avena fatua) Biotypes From the Willamette Valley of Oregon
There were significant differences in the light use efficiency, height, dry weight, leaf area, and extent and timing of tillering and flowering of four wild oat biotypes studied, suggesting that these resistant biotypes were selected independently.