Journal of Allelochemical Interactions
Volume 2(1), 2016
© Universidade de Vigo, 2016
Printed in Vigo. Spain
ISSN: 2312-8682 ( electronic version)
Dep. Leg.: VG307-2014
Cover Photograph: Several herbaceous plants species were found to be unable to grow normally under Eucalyptus plants due to the presence of several allelopathic volatile monoterpens and phenolics released from living leaves of plants by rain and/or from fallen leaves during their decomposition in soil.
Reducing herbicide rate in combination with allelopathic sunflower residues for weed control in cowpea
IBRAHIM S. ALSAADAWI AND ALI K. SARBOUT
Phytotoxic potential of Serjania lethalis A. St.-Hil.
VIVIANE DE CASSIA PEREIRA, EDSON RODRIGUES- FILHO, ENZO MONTE CANEDO, ANA CAROLINA ALVES DOS SANTOS B, PATRÍCIA UMEDA GRISI A, MARISTELA IMATOMI AND SONIA CRISTINA JULIANO GUALTIERI
Zea mays Glucosyltransferase BX9- An Essential Enzyme for Benzoxazolinone Detoxification
MARGOT SCHULZ, SANDRA KANT, TOM COLBY, ANNE HARZEN, JÜRGEN SCHMIDT, DIETER SICKER AND PARISA POURMOAYYED
Changes in polyamines, proline and protein contents in radish seedlings could serve as indicators of allelopathic stress induced by 2-benzoxazolinone and p-hydroxybenzoic acid
GENEVIÈVE CHIAPUSIO, LUÍS GONZÁLEZ, MANUEL J. REIGOSA-ROGER AND FRANÇOIS PELLISSIER