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- Lim, Chaw Jiang; Basri, Mahiran; Ee, Gwendoline Cheng Lian; Omar, Dzolkhifli
- Industrial crops and products 2017 v.100 pp. 19-34
- Ageratum conyzoides; Clidemia hirta; Dicranopteris linearis; Echinochloa colona; Mikania micrantha; agitation; allelochemicals; bioaccumulation; biomass; chlorogenic acid; confidence interval; dose response; environmental degradation; gallic acid; germination; grain yield; herbicides; in vitro studies; invasive species; leaf extracts; leaves; liquid chromatography; mass spectrometry; models; paddies; phytopharmaceuticals; phytotoxicity; prediction; product development; protocatechuic acid; response surface methodology; screening; seedling growth; solvents; statistical analysis; weed control; weeds
- ... Parasitic Echinochloa colona (L.) Link has globally invaded paddy fields that could devote to severe grain yield loss. Prolonged extensive application of commercial synthetic herbicides could pose the weed evolved resistance, bioaccumulation and environmental deterioration. Hence, this paper pertains to the aim of investigating potent natural products which have shown considerable phytotoxic activ ...
- Rejmánek, Marcel; Huntley, Brian J.; Le Roux, Johannes J.; Richardson, David M.
- African journal of ecology 2017 v.55 no.1 pp. 56-69
- Acacia mearnsii; Acacia saligna; Ageratina adenophora; Ageratum conyzoides; Azolla filiculoides; Bidens pilosa; Broussonetia papyrifera; Calotropis gigantea; Cardiospermum; Chromolaena odorata; Clidemia hirta; DNA barcoding; Eucalyptus; Galinsoga; Inga vera; Lantana camara; Leucaena leucocephala; Opuntia stricta; Parthenium hysterophorus; Prosopis chilensis; Rubus; Salvinia molesta; Solanum mauritianum; Tagetes minuta; Tithonia diversifolia; biogeography; correspondence analysis; environmental factors; flowers; habitats; highlands; invasive species; plants (botany); rapid methods; surveys; uncertainty; vegetation types; Angola
- ... Angola is one of the most neglected African countries in terms of botanical research, in respect of both native and naturalized species. We conducted a rapid assessment of invasive plant species in western Angola during August 2014. In thirteen primary vegetation types, we recorded populations of 44 naturalized plant species, nineteen of which are conclusively invasive (spreading far from introduc ...