Pyroxasulfone Metabolism in Resistant Lolium rigidum: Is It All Down to GST Activity?

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Abstract

Resistance to the herbicide pyroxasulfone has slowly but steadily increased in agricultural weeds. The evolved resistance of one Lolium rigidum population has been attributed to the conjugation of pyroxasulfone to reduced glutathione, mediated by glutathione transferase (GST) activity. To determine if GST-based metabolism is a widespread mechanism of pyroxasulfone resistance in L. rigidum, a number of putative-resistant populations were screened for GST activity toward pyroxasulfone, the presence of GSTF13-like isoforms (previously implicated in pyroxasulfone conjugation in this species), tissue glutathione concentrations, and response to inhibitors of GSTs and oxygenases. Although there were no direct correlations between pyroxasulfone resistance levels and these individual parameters, a random forest analysis indicated that GST activity was of primary importance for L. rigidum resistance to this herbicide.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3937-3948
Number of pages12
JournalJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
Volume72
Issue number8
Early online date14 Feb 2024
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 2024

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