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Effect of temperature on germination of Amaranthus retroflexus.
Biocontrol of Amaranthus retroflexus and Rumes crispus by NLP phytotoxine, a selective bioherbicide.
Allelopathic effects of sorghum extracts on Amaranthus retroflexus seed germination and growth.
2010) who found that the species Amaranthus retroflexus, Chenopodium album, Digitaria sanguinalis, Echinochloa crus-galli, Setaria viridis and Sinapis arvensis are hindered by the presence of Glomus mosseae, Glomus coronatum and Glomus intraradices mycorrhizal fungi.
Niche partitioning between two phosphoglucoisomerase genotypes in Amaranthus retroflexus.
album and Amaranthus retroflexus at approximately 37[degrees]C (Katovich et al.
10)] with at least one axis Axis 1 2 Species r tau r tau Amaranthus retroflexus -0.
Os valores de Tb estimados nesse trabalho sao proximos da Tb estimada para seis especies daninhas de culturas de verao dos Estados Unidos--1,3[grados]C para Ambrosia trifida, 8,0[grados]C para Digitaria sanguinalis, 8,5[grados]C Amaranthus retroflexus, 4,5[grados]C Abutilon theophrasti, 2,2[grados]C para Panicum milliaceum e 5,1[grados]C para Eriochloa villosa (GRAMIG & STOLTENBERG, 2007).
1993), and there were substantial differences in germination of Pgi genotypes of Amaranthus retroflexus in response to variation in oxygen availability and soil moisture (Zangerl and Bazzaz 1984a,b).
Adding nitrogen from 40 to 240 ppm increased the biomass of many weed species like wild mustard, Sinapis arvensis, and redroot pigweed, Amaranthus retroflexus, more than wheat and canola.
1982) found that total phenolic content of Helianthus annuus increased with increased nutrient stress, and thus had significant inhibitory effects on seed germination of Amaranthus retroflexus.
Similarly, genetic diversity for phosphoglucoisomerase is apparently maintained in populations of Amaranthus retroflexus by the conjunction of crossing norms of reaction and within-site soil moisture variation (Zangerl and Bazzaz 1984).