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The molecular basis of triazine herbicide resistance in Senecio vulgaris L



The molecular basis of triazine herbicide resistance in Senecio vulgaris L



Biochemical Society Transactions 14(1): 62



Chloroplast membranes from S. vulgaris plants susceptible to atrazine had a binding constant of 4x10-8 M atrazine while binding was not detected in those from resistant plants in a Staffordshire nursery. Base substitution in the resistant plants was studied by hybridization with gene internal sequences from spinach and wheat genes and the nucleotide sequences of appropriate fragments were determined by the dideoxynucleotide chain termination method.

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