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Dataset associated with “Genomic‐based epidemiology reveals independent origins and gene flow of glyphosate resistance in Bassia scoparia populations across North America"
Author(s):Ravet, Karl; Sparks, Crystal D.; Dixon, Andrea; Küpper, Anita; Westra, Eric P.; Pettinga, Dean J.; Tranel, Patrick J.; Felix, Joel; Morishita, Don W.; Jha, Prashant; Kniss, Andrew; Stahlman, Phillip W.; Neve, Paul; Patterson, Eric L.; Westra, Philip; Gaines, Todd A.
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Genomic-based epidemiology can provide insight into the origins and spread of herbicide resistance mechanisms in weeds. We used kochia (Bassia scoparia) populations resistant to the herbicide glyphosate from across western ...
Dataset associated with “An in-frame deletion mutation in the degron tail of auxin co-receptor IAA2 confers resistance to the herbicide 2,4-D in Sisymbrium orientale”
Author(s):de Figueiredo, Marcelo R. A.; Küpper, Anita; Malone, Jenna M.; Petrovic, Tijana; de Figueiredo, Ana Beatriz T. B.; Campagnola, Grace; Peersen, Olve B.; Prasad, Kasavajhala V.S.K.; Patterson, Eric L.; Reddy, Anireddy S.N.; Kubeš, Martin F.; Napier, Richard; Dayan, Franck E.; Preston, Christopher; Gaines, Todd A.
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The natural auxin indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) is a key regulator of many aspects of plant growth and development. Synthetic auxin herbicides such as 2,4-D mimic the effects of IAA by inducing strong auxinic signaling responses ...