"Glyphosate Effects on Sugarcane Metabolism and Growth"
written by Caio Antonio Carbonari, Giovanna Larissa Gimenes Cotrick Gomes, Edivaldo Domingues Velini, Renato Fernandes Machado, Plinio Saulo Simões, Gabrielle de Castro Macedo,
published by American Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol.5 No.24, 2014
has been cited by the following article(s):
  • Google Scholar
  • CrossRef
[1] Hormetic effect of glyphosate persists during the entire growth period and increases sugarcane yield
[2] Hormetic effect of glyphosate on Urochloa decumbens plants
[3] Sugarcane cultivar response to glyphosate and trinexapac-ethyl ripeners in Louisiana
[4] Effect of GA3 and Gly plant growth regulators on productivity and sugar content of sugarcane
[5] Effects of nitrification inhibitor and agrochemicals on soil microorganisms and nitrogen cycling
[6] Hormetic effects of glyphosate on plants
Pest management science, 2017
[7] Protein identification before and after glyphosate exposure in Lolium multiflorum genotypes
Pest management science, 2017
[8] Herbicide-mediated hormesis
ACS Symposium Series, 2017
[9] Low doses of glyphosate enhance growth, CO2 assimilation, stomatal conductance and transpiration in sugarcane and eucalyptus
Pest management science, 2017
[10] On glyphosate
[11] Brachiaria plantaginea as a Potential (New) Source of Shikimic Acid. Quantification by NIR and PLS Regression
Planta Medica Letters, 2016
[12] Brachiaria plantaginea as a potential (new) source of shikimic acid: quantification by NIR and PLS regression.
[13] Fosfito de potássio não protege plantas de milho contra os efeitos fitotóxicos do glyphosate1
[14] Low doses of glyphosate change the responses of soyabean to subsequent glyphosate treatments
Weed Research, 2015
[15] Fosfito de potássio não protege plantas de milho contra os efeitos fitotóxicos do glyphosate
Pesquisa Agropecuária Tropical (Agricultural Research in the Tropics), 2015
[16] Potassium phosphite does not protect maize plants against the phytotoxic effects of glyphosate
Pesquisa Agropecuária Tropical, 2015