Studies on seedling establishment and response to dinitroanilines of itchgrass (Rottboellia exaltata (L.) f.) and barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crusgalli (L.) Beauv.)

by Fred Zephaniah Machange

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  • Herbicides.,
  • Seedlings.,
  • Rottboellia exaltata.,
  • Echinochloa crusgalli.

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Statementby Fred Zephaniah Machange.
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Studies on seedling establishment and response to dinitroanilines of itchgrass (Rottboellia exaltata (L.) f.) and barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crusgalli (L.) Beauv.) by Fred Zephaniah Machange Download PDF EPUB FB2

Maize monoculture facilitates the rapid establishment of itchgrass as a dominant weed (Fisher et al. One of the most successful and researched tactics to smother itchgrass plants is the use of cover crops.

The dinitroanilines are small molecules that selectively bind to plant and protozoan tubulin dimers and disrupt microtubules in these organisms. Despite the high degree of sequence conservation among all tubulins, these compounds do not bind to tubulins from fungi or vertebrates, nor are microtubules in these organisms disrupted by Cited by: 8.

Water-soluble extracts from all parts of itchgrass had inhibitory effects on the growth of some test plants. Allelochemicals from itchgrass can inhibit seed germination and plant growth better at a 1 cm distance than at a 3 cm and 5 cm distance from itchgrass.

slow seedling establishment (Hsu et al., ; Beckm an et al., ). This study was This study was carried out in two major forage plants Fes tuca arundinaceous Schreb and Agropyron. Although a shift towards resource-conserving root attributes was the dominant drought response in this study, higher SRL and lower root diameters appeared to be induced in at least two species (the forb Salvia columbariae and the grass A.

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Below is the uncorrected machine-read text. Physiology and Metabolism of the Dinitroanilines in Plants Mode of Dinitroaniline Action Dinitroaniline herbicides act by inhibiting cell division (mitosis).

Specifically, they inhibit microtubulin synthesis necessary in the formation of cell walls and in chromosome movement to daughter cells during mitosis. Except for a severe moisture stress, the nonnodulating line responded linearly to applied N, with pounds of fertilizer N equivalent to 1 pound of plant N.

Short-term rotation studies indicated that, when no fertilizer N was used, the residual effect of a nodulated soybean crop in the previous year was 33 pounds of N per acre.

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Persistence and management of dinitroaniline herbicides residues 61 summers and cool winters. Winter is chilly and dry (minimum temperature 10°C) which starts in mid October and lingers till the end of February.

The soil at the experimental site was sandy loam in nature with pH% organic carbon, low in total nitrogenFile Size: KB. EFFECTS OF DISPERSERS, GAPS, AND PREDATORS ON DORMANCY AND SEEDLING EMERGENCE IN A TROPICAL HERB [Carol C & Schemske, Douglas W Horvitz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Horvitz, Carol C & Schemske, Douglas W.

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Seedling growth inhibitors include three groups of herbicides: microtubule assembly inhibitors (dinitroanilines), seedling shoot and root growth inhibitors (acetanilides), and seedling shoot inhibitors (carbamothiates).

All these herbicides inhibit seedling germination and emergence and must be preplant-incorporated or pre-emergent-applied to be effective. Physiologists that study herbicide mode of action strive to identify the specific biochemical reaction in the plant which is inhibited by the herbicide and that results in the death of the plant.

The term herbicide mechanism of action refers to the primary biochemical site of action within the plant that leads to the plant response. EPA / Test Methods for Assessing the Effects of Chemicals on Plants By R. Rubinstein E. Cuirle H. Cole C. Ercegovich L. Weinstein J.

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Background and Objectives: Allelopathy Author: Xueying Huo, Dexiang Wang, Deye Bing, Yuanze Li, Haibin Kang, Hang Yang, Guoren Wei, Zhi Chao. Plant Physiol. () Rapid and Reversible High-Affinity Binding of the Dinitroaniline Herbicide Oryzalin to Tubulin from Zea mays 1.' Jeffrey D.

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At the early postemergence stage, kleingrass tolerated rates up to and includingand kg/ha of propazine, propachlor and metolachlor, respectively, but did not tolerate other herbicides included in the study. Response of buffelgrass to pre and postemergence applications of propazine was similar to kleingrass.

Mucormycosis is an infection caused by fungi belonging to the order Mucorales [].Rhizopus oryzae is the most common organism isolated from patients with mucormycosis and is responsible for ∼70% of all cases of mucormycosis [2–4].The major risk factors for mucormycosis include uncontrolled diabetes mellitus in ketoacidosis, other forms of metabolic acidosis, Cited by: On the other hand, polysaccharide content of R.

communis and maize seedlings as well as adult plants were significantly decreased in response to low concentrations of metribuzin and increased significantly at higher concentrations either alone or in combination with by: 2.

Bare rooted Sitka spruce seedlings were grown in an agricultural loam, acid brown forest and a peaty forest soil in open-top chambers.

Visible injury (brown lesions and necrosis) was observed after 3 weeks of treatment with pH mist applied 4 times a week in all 3 soil types. The overall N dose, equivalent to 25 kg N ha−1, stimulated seedling growth in the Cited by: 2.

This inhibition leads to plant dehydration due to severely restricting the root system size and function. Uptake and Movement of Dinitroanilines in Plants 1. Dinitroaniline herbicides are absorbed somewhat by plant root systems, and to a greater extent by young seedling shoot organs such as the hypocotyl or coleoptile.

Herbicide Injury: Dinitroaniline Herbicides (Treflan, Rival, Bonanza, Prowl) injury to Corn. Return to Herbicide Injury Gallery.

Dinitroaniline injury on corn caused by high rates or slow breakdown is shown in this photo. Short roots with thickened root tips or stunted top growth with purplish leaves are common symptoms.

Where y is the response variable of treatment, y0 is the value of the response variable (y) when X is equal to zero, a is the rate of growth, and X is time in days.

Data for growth were analyzed by ANOVA under the general linear models procedure and used mean separation of 95% asymptotic confidence intervals for comparison of parameter by: 2.

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Buchholz, in Current Topics in Developmental Biology, Acetochlor. The pre-emergent herbicide acetochlor accelerated TH-induced metamorphosis in ranid species and X. laevis (Crump et al., ).In the absence of TH, acetochlor had no significant effect on body area (reduced body area is a measure of metamorphosis due to gill.

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Abstract. Seedlings (transplants) of 2+1 Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr.) and 1 + 1 Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco) were grown in a nursery at the Bush Estate, Scotland. Batches were lifted and cold stored at °C in November, December and January.

Changes in growth, shoot apical mitotic index, root growth Cited by:. Associate Professor Bhagirath Chauhan Bhagirath S. and De Leon, Ma Jenina () Seed Germination, Seedling Emergence, and Response to Herbicides of Wild Bushbean (Macroptilium lathyroides). Chauhan, Bhagirath S.

() Growth response of itchgrass (Rottboellia cochinchinensis) to water stress.Aquatic Plant Management Society 51st Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD: July Madsen, J. D. (). Flowering Rush (Butomus Umbellatus L.): An Invader on the Move. Aquatic Plant Management Society 51st Annual Meeting.

Baltimore, MD: July Madsen, J. D. (). To Manage or Not to Manage - That Is the Question. A total of 15 species were pathogenic in both the seed and seedling assays.

This study provides a comprehensive characterization of oomycete species present in soybean seedling roots in the major production areas in the United States and Ontario, Canada and provides a basis for disease management and breeding programs.

Oomycete species Cited by: