Bulletin of the National Research Centre
BackgroundResistance to glyphosate has been reported in flaxleaf fleabane populations within a number of grain growing areas in southern Queensland and northern New South Wales and other cropping regions across Australia.ResultsTo investigate the processes contributing to the evolution and spread of glyphosate-resistant flaxleaf fleabane, the resis...
Molecular and cellular endocrinology
Glyphosate based herbicides are the most commonly used herbicide in the world. We aimed to determine whether glyphosate (Gly) induces epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT) - related changes in a human endometrial carcinoma cell line (Ishikawa cells), and whether the estrogen receptor (ER) pathway is involved in these changes. Ishikawa cells were ...
Journal of Molecular Modeling
The indiscriminate use of pesticides has caused several damages to the environment, in particular the pollution of water reservoirs, so that this has motivated the development of techniques to minimize its consequences. One of the main surface water pollutants is glyphosate, which is a widely used herbicide for weed control. Therefore, in this work...
5-Enolpyruvylshikimate 3-phosphate synthase (EPSPS) is the primary target for the broad-spectrum herbicide, glyphosate. Improvement of EPSPS gene for high level of glyphosate tolerance is important to generate glyphosate-tolerant crops. In this study, we report the isolation and characterization of EPSPS genes of glyphosate-tolerant Pseudomonas nit...
BackgroundGlyphosate has become the most widely used herbicide in the world. Therefore, the development of new varieties of glyphosate-tolerant crops is a research focus of seed companies and researchers. The glyphosate stress-responsive genes were used for the development of genetically modified crops, while only the EPSPS gene has been used curre...
Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987)
Glyphosate, introduced by Monsanto Company under the commercial name Roundup in 1974, became the extensively used herbicide worldwide in the last few decades. Glyphosate has excellent properties of fast sorption in soil, biodegradation and less toxicity to nontarget organisms. However, glyphosate has been reported to increase the risk of cancer, en...
Environmental science, Physical chemistry, Glyphosate; Adsorption; Seawater; Clay; Montmorillonite
Clinical toxicology (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Context: During the re-approval process of glyphosate in Europe, it was mentioned that glyphosate-based products (GBF) were more toxic than glyphosate alone. This phenomenon was attributed to the surfactants and among them, polyethoxylated tallowamine (POEA) has been suspected to significantly contribute to the toxicity of glyphosate products. In a...
Fish & shellfish immunology
Glyphosate-based herbicides are among the most produced and widely-used herbicides. Studies have shown that commercial formulations and adjuvants may be more toxic to non-target organisms than the active ingredients alone, but the mechanisms of action of these chemicals remain unclear. The aim of this study was to investigate the in vitro effects o...
Since the introduction of glyphosate-tolerant genetically-modified plants, the global use of glyphosate has increased dramatically making it the most widely used pesticide on the planet. There is considerable controversy concerning the carcinogenicity of glyphosate with scientists and regulatory authorities involved in the review of glyphosate havi...