Weedy and Invasive Plant Genomics
September 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Why should weed scientists care about genomics?.
2. Weedy genomics: know thine enemy.
3. Arabidopsis in not a weed.
4. Weedy model species.
5. Amaranthus genomics: how a wild plant went weedy.
6. Evolutionary genomics of weedy rice.
7. Rhizomatousness: genes important for a weedy syndrome.
8. Perennial traits for weediness: Leafy spurge transcriptomics.
9. Herbicide resistance: target site genes.
10. Herbicide resistance: non-target site gene families.
11. Why should invasives scientists care about genomics?.
12. Invasive plants as models for evolutionary genomics.
13. Genomics of allelopathy in knapweed.
14. Understanding competition between endogenous plants and exotic invaders at the genomic level.
15. Potentially two or more other chapters on invasive plant molecular genetics.
16. Genomics, weeds, and invasives: a synthesis
- Thoroughly covers genetic and genomics research in weedy and invasive plants
- Identifies future areas of research necessary to managing weedy and invasive species
- Applies advances in genomics to these specific plants
- Written by an international team of experts in the field