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Allelopathic Assessment of Extracts of Cashew Leaf and Stem Bark on Cajanus Cajan L. Millsp Seed

The cashew tree, Anacardium occidentale, is a tough, drought-resistant tropical and subtropical tree. Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) is one of the most significant legumes in semi-arid tropical areas. The researchers looked at the effects of cashew leaf and stem bark extracts on pigeon pea seed germination. It took place in the Department of Plant Science…
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April 7, 2022 0

Does Salinity Enhance Allelopathic Effects of Tribulus terrestris L. in Citrullus Vulgaris Schrad. Agroecosystems at Nobaria, Egypt? Experimental Investigation

Field investigations in the summer of 2013 revealed that some undiscovered stressful factors had a significant impact on Citrullus vulgaris growth and yield in the Nobaria district of Egypt. Presumably, the problem was confined to the two combined causes of soil salinity and Tribulus terrestris inhibitory effects (a common weed dominant in C. vulgaris fields…
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March 23, 2022 0

Investigating the Allelotoxic Activity of Eucalyptus rostrata Schlecht. on Seed Germination and Seedling Growth of Chenopodium album L. and Portulaca oleracea L

A range of allelopathic compounds have been found in Eucalyptus rostrata. Two noxious weeds, Chenopodium album and Portulaca oleracea, were studied for their allelopathic effect of Eucalyptus rostrata leaf (ERLAE) and bark (ERBAE) aqueous extracts on seed germination and seedling growth. Depending on the extract type and recipient species, the biological action of the two…
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November 26, 2021 0

Research on Allelopathy: Potential Wild Plant Species in Vietnam

Allelopathy is a widespread biological phenomena that occurs when an allelopathic plant creates allelochemicals that affect the growth, survival, development, and reproduction of other plant species in the same habitat, either positively or adversely. Wild plants are plants that are abundant in nature, have the ability to reproduce quickly, and contain a variety of physiologically…
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November 8, 2021 0

A Review on Gongronema latifolium, an Extremely Useful Plant with Great Prospects

Gongronema latifolium is a plant that has a wide range of nutritional and ethnomedical uses in different tropical African communities. Scientific reports on the chemical composition and bioactivity (anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antidiabetic, antioxidant, anticancer and allelopathic properties) of the plant material by different authors are discussed in this review. Future prospects of the plant extracts in…
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July 24, 2019 0