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Monocot and dicot weed control with mixtures of quizalofop and florpyrauxifen-benzyl in the Provisia™ rice system (Department of Plant and Soil SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesDelta Research and Extension CenterOffice of the Graduate School, 2019)Quizalofop and florpyrauxifen-benzyl are both new herbicides for rice in the midsouthern U.S. Quizalofop is only effective for control of monocot weed species; therefore, mixtures of florpyrauxifen-benzyl with quizalofop ...
(Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 2/5/2009)BACKGROUND: Genome evolution in the gymnosperm lineage of seed plants has given rise to many of the most complex and largest plant genomes, however the elements involved are poorly understood. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: ...
(Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant PathologyDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesDepartment of Biological SciencesCollege of Veterinary MedicineCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesCollege of Arts and SciencesInstitute for Genomics, Biocomputing and BiotechnologyBost Extension Center, 1/10/2012)
Adventures in the enormous: a 1.8 million clone BAC library for the 21.7 Gb genome of loblolly pine. (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesMississippi Genome Exploration Laboratory, 1/21/2011)Loblolly pine (LP; Pinus taeda L.) is the most economically important tree in the U.S. and a cornerstone species in southeastern forests. However, genomics research on LP and other conifers has lagged behind studies on ...
(Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Computer Sciences and EngineeringDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesDepartment of Basic SciencesJames Worth Bagley College of EngineeringCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesCollege of Veterinary MedicineInstitute for Genomics, Biocomputing and Biotechnology, 10/12/2012)The Gene Ontology (GO) has become the internationally accepted standard for representing function, process, and location aspects of gene products. The wealth of GO annotation data provides a valuable source of implicit ...