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Applications for molecular biology in wild radish management

Swain, Steve; Groszmann, Michael; Newbigin, Ed


Progress in plant biology has been substantial in recent years and there is now extensive information on many of the genes controlling key events in the plant lifecycle. In particular, genes involved in the production of and response to mobile signals, such as those that promote flower production and all of the major plant hormones, are now known. The proteins encoded by these genes are targets for the development of novel herbicides that are themselves mobile and can move from their site of...[Show more]

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Date published: 2006
Type: Conference paper
Source: Wild Radish


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