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NOTES ABOUT THIS BIOTYPE
Glyphosate resistance of molecularly identified Conyza albida and Conyza bonariensis populations.
Philippos N. Mylonas, Costas N. Giannopolitis, Panagiotis G. Efthimiadis, Giorgos C. Menexes, Panagiotis B. Madesis, Ilias G. Eleftherohorinos
Crop Protection 65 (2014) 207-215
In the initial screening, 18 out of 32 Conyza albida and 7 out of 28 Conyza bonariensis populations, sampled from main perennial crop regions of central and southern Greece, were found to be resistant to glyphosate. The level of resistance determined in dose—response experiments with representative populations of the two species was found to range from 7.7 to 37.3 for C. albida and from 3.4 to 7.8 for C. bonariensis. The comparison of the resistant and susceptible C. albida and C. bonariensis EPSPS gene sequences indicated that possess single nucleotide changes compared to Conyza canadensis EPSPSgene, but none of these changes is located at the position 106 that has been reported to confer resistance to glyphosate. Finally, the cpDNA sequence comparison analysis used for the most resistant population of each species and the respective susceptible counterparts was found to be a reliable tool for discrimination of conventionally classified C. albida and C. bonariensis plants that are morphologically similar. This is the first report for molecular identification of Conyza species.
Travlos, I.S. and D. Chachalis (2010). Glyphosate-resistant hairy fleabane (Conyza bonariensis) is reported in Greece. Weed Technology 24: 569–573
Travlos, I.S. and D. Chachalis (2013). Relative competitiveness of glyphosate-resistant and glyphosate-susceptible populations of hairy fleabane (Conyza bonariensis L.). Journal of Pest Science 86: 345–351
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