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Comparison of Triazine-Resistant and -Susceptible Biotypes of Senecio vulgaris and Their F(1) Hybrids



Comparison of Triazine-Resistant and -Susceptible Biotypes of Senecio vulgaris and Their F(1) Hybrids



Plant Physiology 87(1): 183-189



The relationship of triazine resistance to decreased plant productivity was investigated in S. vulgaris. F1 reciprocal hybrids were developed from pure-breeding susceptible (S) and resistant (R) lines. The four biotypes (S,SXR,R,RXS) were compared in terms of atrazine response, electron transport, C fixation and biomass production.

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PMID: 16666100

DOI: 10.1104/pp.87.1.183


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