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Allelopathy: Organisms, Processes, and Applications

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Series: ACS Symposium Series Volume: 582

Edited By: KMM Inderjit and FA Einhellig

American Chemical Society

Hardback | Dec 1994 | #53049 | ISBN: 0841230617
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Developed from a meeting sponsored by the Botanical Society of the American Institute of Biological Sciences, Ames, Iowa, August 1-5, 1993, this work discusses a variety of chemical interactions among plants, encompassing algae, fungi and bacteria, as well as higher plants. It includes chapters on allelopathic interactions involving specific organisms and some of the chemicals isolated during these interactions. The book also: covers mechanisms of action of chemicals involved in allelopathy; illustrates that a better understanding of the allelopathic phenomenon can lead to progress toward more sustainable agricultural systems worldwide; and includes a section on biological control and/or direct coversion of compounds for use in agriculture.


Allelopathy - current status and future goals, Frank A. Einhellig. Part 1 Allelopathic interactions involving specific organisms: lichen allelopathy - a review, James D. Lawrey; overcoming allelopathic growth inhibition by micorrhizal innoculation, A.U. Mallik and H. Zhu; allelopathic herbaceous vascular hydrophytes, Stella D. Elakovich and Jean W. Wooten; identification of allelochemicals in eucalyptus citriodora and polygonum sachalinense, Hiroyuki Nishimura and Junya Mizutani; quercetin and quercitrin from pluchea lanceolata and their effect on growth of asparagus bean, Inderjit and K.M.M. Dakshini. Part 2 Processes in allelochemical action: mechanism of action of allelochemicals in allelopathy, Frank A. Einhellig; allelopathic properties of alkaloids and other natural products - possible modes of action, M. Wink and B. Latz-Bruening; the value of model plant-microbe-soil systems for understanding processes associated with allelopathic interaction - one example, Udo blum; characterization of the mechanisms of allelopathy - modeling and experimental approaches, H.H. Cheng; plant stress and allelopathy, Chung-Shih Tang et al; chemical communication between the parasitic weed striga and its crop host - a new dimension in allelochemistry, Larry G. Butler. Part 3 Allelopathy in agroecosystems. Part 4 Biocontrol and applications of allelochemicals. (Part contents)

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