University of Buenos Aires
Martin M. Vila-Aiub spends much of his time researching Resistance, Botany, Lolium rigidum, Genetics and Weed. His Resistance study combines topics in areas such as Glycine, Chromosomal translocation, Biotechnology, Evolutionary dynamics and Herbicide resistance. The various areas that Martin M. Vila-Aiub examines in his Herbicide resistance study include Perennial plant, Allele and Adaptive value.
His Botany research integrates issues from Pesticide resistance and Gene. He studies Genetics, focusing on Pleiotropy in particular. His Weed study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Weed control.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Resistance, Weed, Glyphosate, Agronomy and Genetics. The concepts of his Resistance study are interwoven with issues in Evolutionary dynamics, Agriculture, Biotechnology and Herbicide resistance. His studies in Biotechnology integrate themes in fields like Genetic Fitness and Adaptive value.
His work deals with themes such as Weed control and Competition, which intersect with Weed. In general Glyphosate, his work in Amaranthus palmeri is often linked to Lethal dose linking many areas of study. His work on Lolium rigidum as part of general Botany study is frequently linked to Relative growth rate, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Martin M. Vila-Aiub mostly deals with Glyphosate, Genetics, Resistance, Weed and Fitness cost. Martin M. Vila-Aiub combines subjects such as Zoology, Echinochloa, Ecology and Chromosomal translocation with his study of Glyphosate. His Echinochloa research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phenotype, Gene, Genetic variation, Germination and Pesticide resistance.
His Resistance study frequently links to other fields, such as Amaranthus palmeri. The Weed study combines topics in areas such as Weed control and Competition. His study in Fitness cost is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Adaptation, Agriculture, Agroecology and Biotechnology.
Martin M. Vila-Aiub focuses on Weed, Genetics, Fitness cost, Cost prediction and Adaptation. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Weed and Environmental planning in his work. His Environmental planning studies intersect with other disciplines such as Herbicide resistance, Identification, Genomics, Weed science and Weed control.
While working on this project, Martin M. Vila-Aiub studies both Herbicide resistance and Research groups. In most of his Genetics studies, his work intersects topics such as Glyphosate.
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Fitness costs associated with evolved herbicide resistance alleles in plants.
Martin M. Vila‐Aiub;Martin M. Vila‐Aiub;Paul Neve;Stephen B. Powles.
New Phytologist (2009)
Evolutionary-thinking in agricultural weed management.
Paul Neve;Martin M. Vila-Aiub;Fabrice Roux.
New Phytologist (2009)
AHAS herbicide resistance endowing mutations: effect on AHAS functionality and plant growth
Qin Yu;Heping Han;Martin M. Vila-Aiub;Stephen B. Powles.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2010)
Ecological fitness of a multiple herbicide‐resistant Lolium rigidum population: dynamics of seed germination and seedling emergence of resistant and susceptible phenotypes
M.M. Vila-Aiub;P. Neve;K.J. Steadman;Stephen Powles.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2005)
A unified approach to the estimation and interpretation of resistance costs in plants.
Martin M. Vila-Aiub;Paul Neve;Fabrice Roux.
Glyphosate-resistant weeds of South American cropping systems: an overview.
Martin M Vila-Aiub;Ribas A Vidal;Maria C Balbi;Pedro E Gundel.
Pest Management Science (2008)
Resistance cost of a cytochrome P450 herbicide metabolism mechanism but not an ACCase target site mutation in a multiple resistant Lolium rigidum population.
M.M. Vila-Aiub;P. Neve;Stephen Powles.
New Phytologist (2005)
Glyphosate resistance in perennial Sorghum halepense (Johnsongrass), endowed by reduced glyphosate translocation and leaf uptake
Martin M Vila-Aiub;María C Balbi;Ana J Distéfano;Ana J Distéfano;Luis Fernández.
Pest Management Science (2012)
Herbicide-resistant weeds: from research and knowledge to future needs
Roberto Busi;Martin M. Vila-Aiub;Martin M. Vila-Aiub;Hugh John Beckie;Todd A. Gaines.
Evolutionary Applications (2013)
Genetic control of a cytochrome P450 metabolism-based herbicide resistance mechanism in Lolium rigidum.
R Busi;M M Vila-Aiub;M M Vila-Aiub;S B Powles.
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