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Plant–Plant Allelopathic Interactions. Phase I: The Laboratory

U. Blum
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This chapter describes the underlying criteria and assumptions in the development and execution of bioassays utilizing model systems in the laboratory. It provides details and commentary regarding the materials and methods used. Describes and discusses the results and significance of the following: (a) effects and duration of effects for individual phenolic acids, mixtures of phenolic acids, and phenolic acids in combination with other organic and inorganic compounds on seedlings growing in nutrient and in soil cultures, (b) the interactions of phenolic acids with seedling roots, bulk-soil and rhizosphere microbes, and soil particles, (c) the relationships between phenolic acid-utilizing microbes, soil characteristics, and seedling inhibition, (d) the effects of phenolic acids on the various life stages of plants, (e) what happens to phenolic acid concentrations over time in nutrient culture and seedling-microbe-soil systems, and (f) the relevance of laboratory bioassays to field studies.
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