Donald Wyse
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Increased food and ecosystem security via perennial grains
JD Glover, JP Reganold, LW Bell, J Borevitz, EC Brummer, ES Buckler, ...
Science 328 (5986), 1638-1639, 2010
Sustainable development of the agricultural bio-economy
N Jordan, G Boody, W Broussard, JD Glover, D Keeney, BH McCown, ...
Science 316 (5831), 1570-1571, 2007
Inhibition of plant acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase by the herbicides sethoxydim and haloxyfop
JD Burton, JW Gronwald, DA Somers, JA Connelly, BG Gengenbach, ...
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 148 (3), 1039-1044, 1987
Harvested perennial grasslands provide ecological benchmarks for agricultural sustainability
JD Glover, SW Culman, ST DuPont, W Broussard, L Young, ME Mangan, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 137 (1-2), 3-12, 2010
Antimicrobial activity of native and naturalized plants of Minnesota and Wisconsin
JR Borchardt, DL Wyse, CC Sheaffer, KL Kauppi, RG Fulcher, NJ Ehlke, ...
Journal of medicinal plants research 2 (5), 98-110, 2008
Inhibition of corn acetyl-CoA carboxylase by cyclohexanedione and aryloxyphenoxypropionate herbicides
JD Burton, JW Gronwald, DA Somers, BG Gengenbach, DL Wyse
Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 34 (1), 76-85, 1989
Characterization of maize acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase
MA Egli, BG Gengenbach, JW Gronwald, DA Somers, DL Wyse
Plant physiology 101 (2), 499-506, 1993
Atrazine and alachlor losses from subsurface tile drainage of a clay loam soil
DD Buhler, GW Randall, WC Koskinen, DL Wyse
Journal of Environmental Quality 22 (3), 583-588, 1993
Associations between soil bacterial community structure and nutrient cycling functions in long-term organic farm soils following cover crop and organic fertilizer amendment
AL Fernandez, CC Sheaffer, DL Wyse, C Staley, TJ Gould, MJ Sadowsky
Science of the Total Environment 566, 949-959, 2016
Stress and domestication traits increase the relative fitness of crop–wild hybrids in sunflower
KL Mercer, DA Andow, DL Wyse, RG Shaw
Ecology letters 10 (5), 383-393, 2007
Reduced nitrate leaching in a perennial grain crop compared to maize in the Upper Midwest, USA
JM Jungers, LH DeHaan, DJ Mulla, CC Sheaffer, DL Wyse
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 272, 63-73, 2019
Dominant mutations causing alterations in acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase confer tolerance to cyclohexanedione and aryloxyphenoxypropionate herbicides in maize.
WB Parker, LC Marshall, JD Burton, DA Somers, DL Wyse, JW Gronwald, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 87 (18), 7175-7179, 1990
Mechanism of inheritance of diclofop resistance in Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum)
KJ Betts, NJ Ehlke, DL Wyse, JW Gronwald, DA Somers
Weed Science 40 (2), 184-189, 1992
Controlling weeds with phytopathogenic bacteria
DR Johnson, DL Wyse, KJ Jones
Weed Technology 10 (3), 621-624, 1996
Kinetics of inhibition of acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase by sethoxydim and haloxyfop
JD Burton, JW Gronwald, RA Keith, DA Somers, BG Gengenbach, ...
Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 39 (2), 100-109, 1991
Allelic mutations in acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase confer herbicide tolerance in maize
LC Marshall, DA Somers, PD Dotray, BG Gengenbach, DL Wyse, ...
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 83, 435-442, 1992
Selection and characterization of sethoxydim-tolerant maize tissue cultures
WB Parker, DA Somers, DL Wyse, RA Keith, JD Burton, JW Gronwald, ...
Plant physiology 92 (4), 1220-1225, 1990
A draft genome of field pennycress (Thlaspi arvense) provides tools for the domestication of a new winter biofuel crop
KM Dorn, JD Fankhauser, DL Wyse, MD Marks
Dna research 22 (2), 121-131, 2015
Mechanism of diclofop resistance in an Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.) biotype
JW Gronwald, CV Eberlein, KJ Betts, RJ Baerg, NJ Ehlke, DL Wyse
Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 44 (2), 126-139, 1992
Simulation of spring-seeded smother plants for weed control in corn (Zea mays)
RL De Haan, DL Wyse, NJ Ehlke, BD Maxwell, DH Putnam
Weed Science 42 (1), 35-43, 1994
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