Dr Fleur Dolman
Dr. Fleur Dolman is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Adelaide. She primarily works on communication activities for the Weed Science Research Group, to translate research findings into practical information for the farming community. Understanding and management of herbicide resistant weeds is the main focus.
Current research projects of the Weed Science Research Group include: Integrated weed management (IWM) in southern farming systems to combat herbicide resistance, Improved herbicide efficacy and longevity in southern no-till farming systems, Improving IWM practice of emerging weeds in the southern and western regions and Mechanisms, Evolution and inheritance of resistance.
For more information see the Weeds Research Group Website
|2012 - 2013||Scientific Editor and Project Administrator||Aarhus University, Aarhus|
|2010 - 2013||Postdoctoral Fellow: Structure-Function Investigations of the Qß Viral Replicase||Aarhus University, Aarhus|
|2007 - 2009||Research Associate||University of Adelaide, Adelaide|
|University of Adelaide, Adelaide||Australia||PhD|
|Flinders University, Adelaide||Australia||Biotechnology (Honours)|
|2015||Gytz, H., Mohr, D., Seweryn, P., Yoshimura, Y., Kutlubaeva, Z., Dolman, F. ... Knudsen, C. R. (2015). Structural basis for RNA-genome recognition during bacteriophage Qβ replication. Nucleic Acids Research, 43, 22, 10893-10906.
|2013||Preston, C., Dolman, F. & Boutsalis, P. (2013). Multiple resistance to acetohydroxyacid synthase-inhibiting and auxinic herbicides in a population of oriental mustard (Sisymbrium orientale). Weed Science, 61, 2, 185-192.
|2012||Bostamam, Y., Malone, J., Dolman, F., Boutsalis, P. & Preston, C. (2012). Rigid ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) populations containing a target site mutation in EPSPS and reduced glyphosate translocation are more resistant to glyphosate. Weed Science, 60, 3, 474-479.
|2009||Preston, C., Wakelin, A., Dolman, F., Bostamam, Y. & Boutsalis, P. (2009). A decade of glyphosate-resistant Lolium around the world: Mechanisms, genes, fitness, and agronomic management. Weed Science, 57, 4, 435-441.