Non-target-site resistance to ALS-inhibiting herbicides in a Sagittaria trifolia L. population.

@article{Zhao2017NontargetsiteRT,
  title={Non-target-site resistance to ALS-inhibiting herbicides in a Sagittaria trifolia L. population.},
  author={Bochui Zhao and Danni Fu and Yang Yu and Chengtian Huang and Kecheng Yan and Pingsheng Li and Jamil Shafi and He Zhu and Songhong Wei and Mingshan Ji},
  journal={Pesticide biochemistry and physiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={140},
  pages={
          79-84
        }
}
Sagittaria trifolia L. is one of the most competitive weeds in rice fields in northeastern China. The continuous use of acetolactate synthase (ALS)-inhibitors has led to the evolution of herbicide resistant S. trifolia. A subpopulation BC1, which was derived from the L1 population, was analyzed using DNA sequencing and ALS enzyme activity assays and levels of resistance to five ALS-inhibiting herbicides was determined. DNA sequencing and ALS enzyme assays revealed no amino acid substitutions… CONTINUE READING
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