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There are cycling and flowing nutrients , molecules, and energy. For example, we have mentioned the water cycle several times. Water evaporates, condenses in clouds, falls as rain, and often returns to the oceans. Biogeochemical cycles cover all of the cycles on Earth that relate to biological, geological, and chemical factors. Bio-Geo-Chemical Wow. Talk about a word that describes everything on Earth.

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BIO: Biology. Living things. The biological elements of these cycles play a role in the lives of organisms. The cycles might limit the organisms of Earth or they might happen alongside, changing the environment. For example, when oxygen O is found in you or in a plant, it is in the biological phase of its cycle. When a substance is in this portion of a cycle, it is in a biotic phase. GEO: Earth. The 'geo' portions of the cycles refer to the non-living or abiotic phases.

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For example, oxygen cycles through many systems. When oxygen winds up in rocks as iron oxide FeO or a crystal, it is in the 'geo' part of its cycle. These are the chemical factors involved in the cycles. Complete molecules are not always passed from one point to the next. Chemical reactions change the molecules by building and breaking chemical bonds. All parts of the plants were then dried in a forced air ventilation oven at 65 oC, until constant weight. The determination of the total dry matter of plants was obtained by the sum of the shoot and root matter.

Data about number of tillers, inflorescence number and total dry matter, in addition to growth analysis data, were submitted to regression analysis, and the model was chosen taking into account the logic of the biological phenomenon, the normality, the regression significance and the high determination coefficient. The behavior shown by biotype R1 may be a physiological response of the plant to compensate for the energy output observed in the off-season development, since a low temperature does not favor the growth and development of C4 plants.

At the end of the cycle, biotypes S, R1, R2 and R3 presented an average of However, the S biotype presented Machado et al. Generally speaking, these results confirm that the S biotype showed a more precocious development than the resistant biotypes, as well as the fact that resistant biotypes can also develop even under unfavorable growth conditions. Therefore, the adaptation of D. Similar results were also found by Vargas et al. Thus, it is evident that when plants increase their leaf area, there is self-shading and, consequently, a decrease of the liquid photosynthesis, reflecting directly in the NAR; the lower the value of NAR, the greater the competitiveness of the species Gomide et al.

This fact reveals the occurrence of morpho-physiological changes between resistant and susceptible biotypes, since glyphosate-resistant biotypes required a larger leaf area that is photosynthetically useful to produce 1 g of dry matter, in relation to the S biotype. The relative growth rate RGR estimates the increase in the dry matter of plants, per unit of initial weight, over a given time interval Benincasa, Generally speaking, it was found that the best growth season of D.

It is worth highlighting that the greater reproductive capacity of the susceptible biotype constitutes an innate evolutionary characteristic of aggressiveness to dominate the environment and to perpetuate the species and that, consequently, it suppresses the development of slower growing biotypes.

Therefore, the selection of glyphosate-resistant D. Beckie H.

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Selecting for weed resistance: herbicide rotation and mixture. Weed Technol. Benincasa M. Bleiholder H. Pesq Agropec Bras. Carvalho L. Detection of sourgrass Digitaria insularis biotypes resistant to glyphosate in Brazil.

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Fedde ao glyphosate. Machado A. Planta Daninha. Marques B. Growth and development of sourgass based on days or thermal units. Martins D. Rev Caatinga.

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