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Atrazine and chloridazon resistance in shoot cultures of Chenopodium album populations



Atrazine and chloridazon resistance in shoot cultures of Chenopodium album populations



Novenyvedelem 22(5): 209-213



Shoots from C. album plants at the 3- to 4-leaf stage were collected from maize crops at 38 different localities in Hungary. Shoots 2 cm in diam. and 8 cm long were cultured in glass vials in Knop nutrient medium containing 5 x 10-4, 5 x 10-5 or 5 x 10-6 mol atrazine and/or chloridazon. Among the C. album plants studied, 31.6% were sensitive, 36.9% tolerant and 31.5%resistant. In the latter fraction, 4 samples, all obtained in maize monocultures, were resistant to both herbicides.

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