By George R. Waller
content material: the opportunity of allelochemicals : possibilities for the long run / Orville G. Bentley --
Allelopathy : an summary / Elroy L. Rice --
eastern contributions to the advance of allelochemicals / Horace G. Cutler --
Allelopathy within the Soviet Union / A.M. Grodzinsky --
Allelopathy related to microorganisms : case histories from the uk / J.M. Lynch --
Allelopathy in wasteland ecosystems / Jacob Friedman --
bettering crop productiveness in India : position of allelochemicals / S.J.H. Rizvi and V. Rizvi --
version of root and microflora rhizosphere exudates in genotypes of barley / Gunnar Stenhagen, Hans Alborn, and Tomas Lundborg --
Allelopathy in Mexico / A.L. Anaya, L. Ramos, J.G. Hernandez, and R. Cruz --
Allelopathy in subtropical plants and soils in Taiwan / Chang-Hung Chou --
Germination and development inhibitors as allelochemicals / W. Rüdiger and E. Lohaus --
Resistance of cereal vegetation to aphids : function of allelochemicals / Luis J. Corcuera, Victor H. Argandoña, and Gustavo E. Zuñiga --
Exploring allelochemistry in aquatic platforms / ok. Irwin Keating --
Allelopathy : a biotechnological-agrochemical strategy / Basil A. Burke --
Allelopathy in Australia : bacterial mediation / J.V. Lovett --
Allelopathy : a possible reason for woodland regeneration failure / Richard F. Fisher --
Allelopathic results on mycorrhizae : impact on constitution and dynamics of woodland ecosystems / David A. Perry and Carolyn Choquette --
Allelopathic interference of black walnut timber with nitrogen-fixing crops in combined plantings / Felix contemplate, Jr. --
Allelopathic interference with regeneration of the Allegheny hardwood woodland / Stephen B. Horsley --
Conjugation of allelochemicals through crops : enzymatic glucosylation of salicylic acid through Avena sativa / Nelson E. Balke, Michael P. Davis, and Carol C. Lee --
The position of phytochemistry in attacking the leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) challenge / Gary D. Manners --
A look for the allelopathic brokers in diffuse knapweed / A.D. Muir, W. Majak, F. Balza, and G.H.N. Towers --
results of phenolic acids, coumarins, and flavonoids on remoted chloroplasts and mitochondria / Donald E. Moreland and William P. Novitzky --
Allelopathic interference in a wild mustard (Brassica campestris L.) and broccoli (Brassica oleracea L. var. italica) intercrop agroecosystem / Juan J. Jiménez-Osornio and Stephen R. Gliessman --
Specificity of motion of allelochemicals : diversification of glycosides / Kevin C. Spencer --
Purine alkaloids in tea seeds in the course of germination / Takeo Suzuki and George R. Waller --
elevated focus of myristicin and 6-methoxymellein in carrot root upon irradiation with UV gentle / Shelly G. Yates --
Interference among vegetation and weeds / Richard J. Aldrich --
Micro liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry mixture : program to allelochemical compounds / Hans Alborn and Gunnar Stenhagen --
Isolation and identity of plant development inhibitors from leaves of the yank cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) / Peter Wepplo --
A speedy seedling bioassay for the research of allelopathy / Donn G. Shilling and Fumio Yoshikawa --
Interactions between allelochemicals and different rigidity elements of the plant atmosphere / F.A. Einhellig --
Sorption and mineralization of plant phenolic acids in soil / Thanh H. Dao --
Allelopathic affects on no tillage as opposed to traditional tillage in wheat construction / George R. Waller, E.G. Krenzer, Jr., James okay. McPherson, and Steven R. McGown --
experiences at the fulvic and humic acids of Minnesota peat / Durga Kumari, S.A. Spigarelli, and George R. Waller --
average plant compounds necessary in insect regulate / James A. Klocke --
Interactions between allelochemicals and bug resistance in crop crops / M.R. Berenbaum and J.J. Neal --
contemporary advancements in chemical attractants for tephritid fruit flies / R. Teranishi, R.G. Buttery, K.E. Matsumoto, D.J. Stern, R.T. Cunningham, and S. Gothilf --
Allelochemicals as determinants of insect harm around the North American continent : biotypes and biogeography / J. Mark Scriber, M.T. Stephen Hsia, Pius Sunarjo, and Richard Lindroth --
strength business program of allelochemicals and their difficulties / Han San Ku --
Metabolic cleansing of linear and angular furanocoumarins by means of caterpillars of the black swallowtail butterfly : implications in host plant choice phenomena / G. Wayne Ivie, Don L. Bull, Ross C. Beier, and Nan W. Pryor --
Physiological interactions among phytophagous bugs and their hosts / John C. Reese, Douglas J. Schmidt, and Terry W. Mize --
Structural and genetic version of usual insecticides in pigment glands of cotton (Gossypium) / Alois A. Bell, Robert D. Stipanovic, Gary W. Elzen, and Howard J. Williams, Jr. --
Toxicants from mangrove vegetation : ichthyotoxins from the Philippine plant Heritiera littoralis / D. Howard Miles, Armando A. de los angeles Cruz, Ana M. Ly, Dong-Seok Lho, Edgardo Gomez, James A. Weeks, and Jerry Atwood --
overview of allelopathy between microbes and vegetation / L.F. Elliott and H.H. Cheng --
Phytotoxins from plant pathogens of weedy vegetation / Gary Strobel, Fumio Sugawara, and Jon Clardy --
Chemical ecology of quinolizidine alkaloids / Michael Wink --
Diterpenoids as insect antifeedants and development inhibitors : position in solidago species / G.A. Cooper-Driver and P.W. Le Quesne --
Plant-plant popularity : chemistry-mediating host identity within the Scrophulariaceae root parasites / Mayland Chang and David G. Lynn --
Plant progress regulators and bug keep watch over brokers from marine organisms / John H. Cardellina, II, Michael F. Raub, and Bradford C. VanWagenen --
Tannins as antifeedants to mammalian herbivores : nonetheless an open query? / Simon Mole and Peter G. Waterman.
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