Bibliography:Abutilon (weeds)

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Publication list for Abutilon (weeds) sorted according to research topics

general biology - morphology - evolution (43)

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control - general (204)

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biocontrol - natural enemies (22)

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resistance/tolerance/defence of host (8)

Weed Science (2018) 66, 746-751
Laura E. Crawford and Martin M. Williams II (2018)
Role of edamame (Glycine max) seed size in early-season crop–weed interactions

Weed Science (2016) 64, 596-604
Logan G. Vaughn, Mark L. Bernards, Timothy J. Arkebauer and John L. Lindquist (2016)
Corn and velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) growth and transpiration efficiency under varying water supply

Agronomy Journal (2003) 95, 1602-1607
Samba Traoré, Stephen C. Mason, Alex R. Martin, David A. Mortensen and Jess J. Spotanski (2003)
Velvetleaf interference effects on yield and growth of grain sorghum

Weed Research (2002) 42, 65-75
S. Traoré, J.L. Lindquist, S.C. Mason, A.R. Martin and D.A. Mortensen (2002)
Comparative ecophysiology of grain sorghum and Abutilon theophrasti in monoculture and in mixture

Weed Science (2001) 49, 91-98
Mathieu Ngouajio and Milton E. McGiffen Jr. (2001)
Tolerance of tomato cultivars to velvetleaf interference

Weed Technology (2000) 14, 495-501
Pauley R. Bradley, William G. Johnson, Stephen E. Hart, Michelle L. Buesinger and Raymond E. Massey (2000)
Economics of weed management in glufosinate-resistant corn (Zea mays L.)

Agronomy Journal (1998) 90, 787-792
J.L. Lindquist, D.A. Mortensen and B.E. Johnson (1998)
Mechanisms of corn tolerance and velvetleaf suppressive ability

Weed Science (1998) 46, 569-574
John L. Lindquist and David A. Mortensen (1998)
Tolerance and velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) suppressive ability of two old and two modern corn (Zea mays) hybrids

pesticide resistance of pest (6)

Weed Science (2017) 65, 461-467
Thierry E. Besançon, Katherine M. Jennings and Wesley J. Everman (2017)
Absorption, translocation, and metabolism of halosulfuron in cucumber, summer squash, and selected weeds

Weed Technology (2012) 26, 525-530
Joby M. Prince, David R. Shaw, Wade A. Givens, Micheal D.K. Owen, Stephen C. Weller, Bryan G. Young, Robert G. Wilson and David L. Jordan (2012)
Benchmark study: I. Introduction, weed population, and management trends from the benchmark survey 2010

Weed Technology (2011) 25, 535-541
Christie L. Stewart, Robert E. Nurse, Laura L. Van Eerd, Richard J. Vyn and Peter H. Sikkema (2011)
Weed control, environmental impact, and economics of weed management strategies in glyphosate-resistant soybean

Weed Science (2009) 57, 369-378
Andrew J. Woodyard, Josie A. Hugie and Dean E. Riechers (2009)
Interactions of mesotrione and atrazine in two weed species with different mechanisms for atrazine resistance

Weed Science (2008) 56, 12-17
J. Mithila, C.J. Swanton, R.E. Blackshaw, R.J. Cathcart and J. Christopher Hall (2008)
Physiological basis for reduced glyphosate efficacy on weeds grown under low soil nitrogen

Weed Technology (2007) 21, 97-101
Bo Tao, Jingkai Zhou, Calvin G. Messersmith and John D. Nalewaja (2007)
Efficacy of glyphosate plus bentazon or quizalofop on glyphosate-resistant canola or corn

thresholds/decision-support systems (6)

Weed Science (2011) 59, 270-275
Roberta Masin, Vasileios P. Vasileiadis, Donato Loddo, Stefan Otto, and Giuseppe Zanin (2011)
A single-time survey method to predict the daily weed density for weed control decision-making

Weed Technology (2006) 20, 478-484
Shawn M. Hock, Stevan Z. Knezevic, Alex R. Martin and John L. Lindquist (2006)
Performance of WeedSOFT for predicting soybean yield loss

Weed Technology (2002) 16, 691-698
Scott M. Swinton, Karen A. Renner and James J. Kells (2002)
On-farm comparison of three postemergence weed management decision aids in Michigan

Weed Science (2001) 49, 195-201
John L. Lindquist (2001)
Performance of INTERCOM for predicting corn–velvetleaf interference across north-central United States

Weed Research (1999) 39, 371-381
A.J. McDonald and S.J. Riha (1999)
Model of crop : weed competition applied to maize : Abutilon theophrasti interactions. II. Assessing the impact of climate: implications for economic thresholds

Weed Science (1999) 47, 338-348
Karen A. Renner, Scott M. Swinton and James J. Kells (1999)
Adaptation and evaluation of the WEEDSIM weed management model for Michigan

quarantine treatments/regulations/aspects (1)

Weed Biology and Management (2003) 3, 179-183
Shunji Kurokawa, Norihiro Shimizu, Sunao Uozumi and Yoshinori Yoshimura (2003)
ISSR variation in a worldwide collection of velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) and the genetic background of weedy strains mingled in grains imported into Japan

damage/losses/economics (59)

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environment - cropping system/rotation (117)

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population dynamics/ epidemiology (50)

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surveys/sampling/distribution (24)

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new introduction of pest (4)

Gesunde Pflanzen (2004) 56, 2-10
G. Viehweger and R. Dittrich (2004)
Die Samtpappel (Abutilon theophrasti MED.) als neues Unkraut in Sachsen - Segetales Vorkommen, Verbreitung und mögliche Ursachen
[Velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti MED.), a new weed in Saxony: segetal existence, spread, and possible reasons]

Gesunde Pflanzen (2004) 56, 86-92
E. Meinlschmidt (2004)
Gebietsfremde potenziell invasive Ackerunkräuter in Sachsen
[Potentially invasive, alien weed species in Saxony]

Weed Biology and Management (2003) 3, 28-36
Shunji Kurokawa, Norihiro Shimizu, Sunao Uozumi and Yoshinori Yoshimura (2003)
Intra-specific variation in morphological characteristics and growth habitat of newly and accidentally introduced velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medic.) into Japan

Weed Research (1997) 37, 27-31
A. Tanji and A. Taleb (1997)
New weed species recently introduced into Morocco

molecular biology - genes (2)

Weed Science (2007) 55, 546-557
David P. Horvath, Danny Llewellyn and Sharon A. Clay (2007)
Heterologous hybridization of cotton microarrays with velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) reveals physiological responses due to corn competition

Weed Biology and Management (2003) 3, 15-20
Takeshi Fukao, Shoji Ida, Mary E. Rumpho, Robert A. Kennedy and Yuji Yamasue (2003)
Differential gene expression of the alpha-chain of mitochondrial H+-transporting ATP synthase between dormant and non-dormant seeds of paddy Echinochloa weeds