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Title: Stacked traits conferring multiple resistance to imazamox and glufosinate in soft wheat
Authors: Domínguez - Mendez, Rafael
Alcántara-de la Cruz, Ricardo
Rojano-Delgado, Antónia
da Silveira, Hellen
Portugal, João
Cruz-Hipolito, Hugo
De Prado, Rafael
Keywords: Acetolactase syntase; glutamine syntase; herbicide resistance crops; N-acetyl-glufosinate; phosphinothricin acetyl
Resistência multipla a herbicida
Indexação Scopus
Issue Date: 1-Aug-2019
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Abstract: Convencional crossing of soft cultivars resistant to imazamox and glufosinate resulted in two (Rados and Helter) lines resistant to both herbicides. Stacked traits dual herbicide in these lines, compared with a susceptible (s) cultivar, were characterized.
Description: This study was supported by Projects AGL 2016–2078944-R (Spain) and CONACYT-242088 (Mexico). The authors would thank BASF International (Frankfurt, Germany) and Dr. C. Gauvrit (INRA-Dijon, France) for delivery 14C-imazamox and 14C-glufosinate, respectively, as well as Rafael Roldan for his assistance with the experiments, and the Dr. Antonio P. Martín from the Plant Breeding research group of the Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, IAS-CSIC, Cordoba, Spain, by the obtainment of wheat lines Rados and Helter. Dr. Phillip Villani (The University of Melbourne) revised and corrected the English language used in this manuscript.
Peer reviewed: yes
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1002/ps.5159
ISSN: 1526498X
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