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Biochemical Markers and Enzyme Assays for Herbicide Mode of Action and Resistance Studies

  • Franck E. Dayan (a1), Daniel K. Owens (a1), Natalia Corniani (a2), Ferdinando Marcos Lima Silva (a2), Susan B. Watson (a1), J'Lynn Howell (a1) and Dale L. Shaner (a3)...
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