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Dr. James D. Burton - Publications

Refereed Journal Publications


Burton, J.D., J.W. Gronwald, D.A. Somers, B.G. Gengenbach, and D.L. Wyse. 1987. Inhibition of Plant Acetyl-Coenzyme A Carboxylase by the Herbicides Sethoxydim and Haloxyfop.Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 148:1039-1044.

Burton, J.D. and N.E. Balke. 1988. Glyphosate Uptake bySuspension-Cultured Potato Cells. Weed Sci. 36:146-153.

Burton, J.D., J. W. Gronwald, D.A. Somers, B.G. Gengenbach, and D.L. Wyse. 1989. Inhibition of Corn Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase by Cyclohexanedione and Aryloxyphenoxypropionate Herbicides. Pest. Biochem. Physiol. 34:76-85.

Stoltenberg, D.E., J.W. Gronwald, D.L. Wyse, and J.D. Burton. 1989. The influence of Sethoxydim and Haloxyfop on Acetyl-Coenzyme A Carboxylase Activity in Tolerant and Susceptible Festuca Species. Weed Sci. 37:512-516.

Parker, W.B., F. Kieth, D.A. Somers, J.D. Burton, B.G. Gengenbach, and D.L. Wyse. 1989. Characterization of Sethoxydim and Haloxyfop Tolerant Mutants Selected from Tissue Culture. Plant Physiol. 92:1220-1225.

Parker, W.B. , L.C. Marshall, J.D. Burton, D.A. Somers, D.L. Wyse, J.W. Gronwald, and B.G. Gengenbach. 1990. dominant mutations Causing Alterations in Acetyl-Coenzyme A Carboxylase Confer tolerance to cyclohexanedione and aryloxyphenoxypropionate herbicides in maize.Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 87:7175-7179.

Burton, J.D., J.W. Gronwald, D.A. Somers, B.G. Gengenbach, and D.L. Wyse. 1991. Kinetics of Inhibition of Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase by Sethoxydim and Haloxyfop.Pest. Biochem. Physiol.39:100-109.

Burton, J.D. and E.P. Maness.1992.Constitutive and Inducible Bentazon Hydroxylation in Shattercane (Sorghum bicolor) and Johnsongrass (S. halapense).Pest. Biochem. Physiol.44:40-49.

Catanzaro, C.J., J.D. Burton, and W.A. Skroch. 1993.Graminicide Resistance of Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase from Ornamental Grasses.Pest. Biochem. Physiol. 45:147-153.

Catanzaro, C.J., W.A. Skroch, and J.D. Burton. 1993.Response of ornamental grasses to graminicides.Weed Tech. 7:326-330.

Burton, J.D., E. P. Maness, D.A. Monks and D.K. Robinson.1994.Sulfonylurea Selectivity and Safener Activity in 'Landmark' and 'Merit' Sweet Corn.Pestic. Biochem. Physiol. 48:163-172.

Robinson, D.K., D.W. Monks, and J.D. Burton.1994.Effect of Naphthalic Annhydride, CGA 154 281 and BAS 145 138 Seed Treatments on Sweet Corn Tolerance to Nicosulfuron.Weed Science. 42:614-617

Ferreira, K.L. H.D. Coble, and J.D. Burton. 1995.Effect of DPX-PE350 on Fluazifop Activity.Weed Sci. 43:184-191

Sunderland, S.L., J.D. Burton, H.D. Coble, and E.P. Maness. 1995.Physiological Mechanism for Tall Mroningglory (Ipomoea purpurea) Tolerance to DPX-PE350.Weed Sci. 43:21-27

Robinson, D.K., D.W. Monks, and J.D. Burton.1996. Safening Influence of LAB 145 138 on Nicosulfuron, Terbufos and Bentazon Interactions in Sweet Corn (Zea mays).Weed Sci. 44:339-344.

Roe, R.M.J.D. Burton and R.J. Kuhr, (Eds)1997.Herbicide Activity: Toxicology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.IOS Press, Amsterdam

Ma, G., H.D. Coble, F.T. Corbin, and J.D. Burton.1997.Physiological mechanisms for differential responses of three weed species to prosulfuron.Weed Sci. 45:642-647.

Burton, J.D.1997.Acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase inhibitors.In: Herbicide Activity: Toxicology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. R.M. Roe, J.D. Burton and R.J. Kuhr, Eds).IOS Press, Amsterdam. Pg 187-205.

Wahlers, R.L. Burton, J.D. Maness, E.P. And Skroch, W.A.1997. Physiological characteristics of a stem cut and blade delivery method of application. Weed Sci. 45:746-749.

Wahlers, R.L. Burton, J.D. Maness, E.P. And Skroch, W.A.1997. A stem cut and blade delivery method of herbicide application for weed control. Weed Sci. 45:829-832.

Burton, J.D. 1997. The search for novel herbicide target sites: explorations off the beaten pathway.Weed Sci. 45:600.

Patton, C.A. Ranney, T.G. Burton, J.D. And Walgenbach, J.F. 1997.Feeding responses of Japanese beetle to naturally occurring metabolites found in Rosaceous plants.J. Environ. Hort. 15(4):222-227.

Patton, C.A. Ranney, T.G. Burton, J.D. And Walgenbach, J.F. 1997. Natural pest resistance of Prunus taxa to feeding by adult Japanese beetles: role of endogenous allelochemicals in host plant resistance. J. Soc. Hort Sci. 122(5):668-672.

Fulcher, A.F., T.G. Ranney, J.D. Burton, J.F. Walgenbach, and D.A. Danehower. 1998.Role of foliar phenolics in host plant resistance of Malus Taxa to adult Japanese Beeltes. Hort Sci. 33:862-865

Feusi, M.E.S., J.D. Burton, J.D. Williamson, and D.M. Pharr.1999.Galactosyl-sucrose metabolism and UDP-galactose pyrophosphorylase from Cucumis Mels L. Fruit. Physiologia Plantarum 106:9-16.

Henson, S.E., W.A. Skroch, J.D. Burton, and A.D. Worsham. 2003.Herbicide efficacy using the Burch Wet Blade application system.Weed Tecnhology 17:320-324.

Troxler, S.C., I.C. Burke, W.D. Smith, J.D. Burton, J. Wilcut.2003Absorption, translocation and metabolism of CGA 362622 in purple and yellow nutsedge.Weed Sci. 51:13-18

S. Chris Reberg-Horton, J.D. Burton, D.A. Danehower, G. Ma, D. W. Monks, J.P. Murphy, N.N. Ranells, J.D. Williamson, and N.G. Creamer.2005. Changes Over Time In The Allelochemical Content Of Ten Cultivars Of Rye (Secale Cereale L.)J. Chem. Ecol. 31:179-193

M. Finney, D.A. Danehower, and J.D. Burton. 2005. A Gas Chromatographic Method for the Analysis of Allelopathic Natural Products in Rye (Secale cereale L.). J. Chromatography A, 1066:249–253.

Pedersen, M.K., J.D. Burton, and H.D. Coble. 2006.Effect of cyclanilide, ethephon, auxin transport inhibitors and temperature on leaf defoliation in bean plants.Crop Science 46:1666-1672

Burke, I. C., J. D. Burton, J. W. Wilcut, and J. Cranmer.2006.Mechanism of resistance to clethodim in a johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) biotype.Weed Sci. 54:401-506.

Burke, I. C., W. E. Thomas, J. D. Burton, J. F. Spears, and J. W. Wilcut.2006.A seedling assay to screen aryloxyphenoxypropionic acid and cyclohexanedione resistance in johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense).Weed Technol. 20:950-955.

Burke, I. C., J. B. Holland, A. C. York, J. D. Burton, and J. W. Wilcut.2007. Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) pollen expresses ACCase target-site resistance.Weed Technol. 21:(In Press).