Robust crop resistance to broadleaf and grass herbicides provided by aryloxyalkanoate dioxygenase transgenes.

  title={Robust crop resistance to broadleaf and grass herbicides provided by aryloxyalkanoate dioxygenase transgenes.},
  author={Terry R. Wright and Guomin Shan and Terence A Walsh and Justin M Lira and Cory Cui and Ping Song and Meibao Zhuang and Nicole L. Arnold and Gaofeng Lin and Kerrm Y F Yau and Sean M Russell and Robert M. Cicchillo and Mark A Peterson and David M Simpson and Ning Zhou and Jayakumar Ponsamuel and Zhanyuan J Zhang},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={107 47},
Engineered glyphosate resistance is the most widely adopted genetically modified trait in agriculture, gaining widespread acceptance by providing a simple robust weed control system. However, extensive and sustained use of glyphosate as a sole weed control mechanism has led to field selection for glyphosate-resistant weeds and has induced significant population shifts to weeds with inherent tolerance to glyphosate. Additional weed control mechanisms that can complement glyphosate-resistant… CONTINUE READING


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