BASF Agrochemical Products, B.V.
|BASF Agrochemical Products, B.V. Patent applications|
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|20120284853||HERBICIDE-TOLERANT PLANTS - The present invention provides herbicide-tolerant plants. The present invention also provides methods for controlling the growth of weeds by applying an herbicide to which herbicide-tolerant plants of the invention are tolerant. Plants of the invention may express an acetyl-Coenzyme A carboxylase enzyme that is tolerant to the action of acetyl-Coenzyme A carboxylase enzyme inhibitors.||11-08-2012|
|20120284812||Herbicide-Tolerant Plants - The present invention provides herbicide-tolerant plants. The present invention also provides methods for controlling the growth of weeds by applying an herbicide to which herbicide-tolerant plants of the invention are tolerant. Plants of the invention may express an acetyl-Coenzyme A carboxylase enzyme that is tolerant to the action of acetyl-Coenzyme A carboxylase enzyme inhibitors.||11-08-2012|
|20120023601||HERBICIDE-RESISTANT SUNFLOWER PLANTS AND METHODS OF USE - Novel herbicide-resistant sunflower plants designated as MUT31 and herbicide-resistant descendents thereof are provided. The MUT31 sunflower plants and the herbicide-resistant descendents thereof comprise increased resistance to at least one imidazolinone herbicide, when compared to wild-type sunflower plants. Methods for controlling weeds in the vicinity of these herbicide-resistant sunflower plants and methods for increasing the herbicide-resistance of a sunflower plant are also provided.||01-26-2012|
|20110277051||HERBICIDE-RESISTANT SUNFLOWER PLANTS WITH MULTIPLE HERBICIDE RESISTANT ALLELES OF AHASL1 AND METHODS OF USE - Herbicide resistant sunflower plants comprising two different herbicide-resistant alleles of the sunflower acetohydroxyacid synthase large subunit 1 (AHASL1) gene are described. Methods for making these sunflower plants and methods for controlling weeds or other undesired vegetation growing in the vicinity of these sunflower plants are disclosed. Such methods involve the use of acetohydroxyacid synthase-inhibiting herbicides. Methods for controlling parasitic weeds growing on sunflower plants are also described. Additionally provided are methods for determining the genotype of sunflower plants for AHASL1 gene.||11-10-2011|
|20110138503||HERBICIDE-RESISTANT SUNFLOWER PLANTS, POLYNUCLEOTIDES ENCODING HERBICIDE-RESISTANT ACETOHYDROXY ACID SYNTHASE LARGE SUBUNIT PROTEINS, AND METHODS OF USE - Herbicide-resistant sunflower plants, isolated polynucleotides that encode herbicide resistant and wild type acetohydroxyacid synthase large subunit (AHASL) polypeptides, and the amino acid sequences of these polypeptides, are described. Expression cassettes and transformation vectors comprising the polynucleotides of the invention, as well as plants and host cells transformed with the polynucleotides, are described. Methods of using the polynucleotides to enhance the resistance of plants to herbicides, and methods for controlling weeds in the vicinity of herbicide-resistant plants are also described.||06-09-2011|
|20090029860||NOVEL MUTATION INVOLVED IN INCREASED TOLERANCE TO IMIDAZOLINONE HERBICIDES IN PLANTS - The present invention is directed to nucleic acids encoding polypeptides that confer upon a plant tolerance to an imidazolinone and/or other acetohydroxyacid synthase (AHAS) inhibiting herbicide when expressed in the plant. The present invention also provides plants having increased tolerance to an imidazolinone and/or other AHAS-inhibiting herbicide. More particularly, the present invention includes plants containing at least one IMI nucleic acid. The present invention also includes seeds produced by these plants and methods of controlling weeds in the vicinity of these wheat plants.||01-29-2009|
Patent applications by BASF Agrochemical Products, B.V.