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- Duke, Stephen O.; Dayan, Franck E.; Bajsa, Joanna; Meepagala, Kumudini M.; Hufbauer, Ruth A.; Blair, Amy C.
- Plant signaling & behavior 2009 v.4 no.5 pp. 422
- Centaurea stoebe; antioxidant activity; biological activity in soil; dose response; Festuca idahoensis; Koeleria; phytotoxins; allelochemicals; invasive species; weeds; Centaurea stoebe subsp. micranthos; allelopathy; catechin; root exudates; soil chemical properties; phytotoxicity
- ... Proving allelopathic chemical interference is a daunting endeavor, in that production and movement of a phytotoxin from a donor plant to a receiving plant must be demonstrated in the substrate in which the plants grow, which is usually a complex soil matrix. The soil levels or soil flux levels of the compound generated by the donor must be proven to be sufficient to adversely affect the receiving ...
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