WEED RESEARCH  
ISSN: 0043-1737    Frecuencia: 6   Formato: Impresa


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12 artículos asociados 
Volumen 49 Número 1 Parte 0 Año 2009

The impact of landscape structure and sown grass margin strips on weed assemblages in arable crops and their boundaries
E J P MARSHALL
Pág. 107 - 115  

Relative roles of life-form, land use and climate in recent dynamics of alien plant distributions in the British Isles
P E HULME
Pág. 19 - 28  

Estimating the outcrossing rate of Cyperus difformis using resistance to ALS-inhibiting herbicides and molecular markers
A MEROTTO JR, M JASIENIUK, A J FISCHER
Pág. 29 - 36  

The response of ACCase-resistant Phalaris paradoxa populations involves two different target site mutations
O HOCHBERG, M SIBONY, B RUBIN
Pág. 37 - 46  

Can rice genetic diversity reduce Echinochloa crus-galli infestation?
J TANG, J XIE, X CHEN, L YU
Pág. 47 - 54  

Weed suppression by soil steaming in combination with activating compounds
P BÀRBERI, A C MOONEN, A PERUZZI, M FONTANELLI, M RAFFAELLI
Pág. 55 - 66  

The crucial role of information exchange and research for effective responses to biological invasions
M BROWNE, S PAGAD, M DE POORTER
Pág. 6 - 18  

Influence of defoliation on reproductive capacity and growth in Buddleja davidii
M M THOMAS, M S WATT, J JAY, D PELTZER, E G MASON, M H TURNBULL, D WHITEHEAD
Pág. 67 - 72  

The influence of water level and nutrient availability on growth and root system development of Myriophyllum aquaticum
A HUSSNER, C MEYER, J BUSCH
Pág. 73 - 80  

Effect of burial depth and soil water regime on the fate of Lithospermum arvense seeds in relation to burial time
G R CHANTRE, M R SABBATINI, G A ORIOLI
Pág. 81 - 89  

Seasonal changes in seed dormancy of Solanum nigrum and Solanum physalifolium
A TAAB, L ANDERSSON
Pág. 90 - 97  

Modelling the emergence pattern of six summer annual weed grasses under no tillage systems in Argentina
E S LEGUIZAMÓN, N RODRIGUEZ, H RAINERO, M PEREZ, L PEREZ, E ZORZA, C FERNANDEZ-QUINTANILLA
Pág. 98 - 106