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Plant–Plant Allelopathic Interactions

U. Blum
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This chapter provides a definition of allelopathy, processes included and excluded from plant–plant allelopathic interactions, criteria needed to establish plant–plant allelopathic interactions, application of the Scientific Method, use of laboratory and field bioassays, and a short paragraph on the subject matter of the rest of the book.
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