Examples of these characteristics include the ability to grow under varied moisture regimes, clonal growth, extended flowering periods, and allelopathy
(Rejmanek and Richardson 1996, Callaway and Aschehoug 2000, Orr et al.
and spatial competition among coral reef invertebrates.
According to David Gealy, a plant physiologist at ARS's Dale Bumpers National Rice Research Center in Stuttgart, the new line is the top pick of some 50 total rice lines that were selectively developed for such traits as high grain yield and quality, early maturity, stem strength, pest and disease resistance, and allelopathy
to barnyardgrass and other weeds.
2010) emphasized the importance of allelopathy
as an important area for research expansion in fern ecology.
According to Lovett and Ryuntyu, (1992), allelopathy
is a biochemical interaction considered to be a defensive chemical adaptation in plants and an environmental stress factor for many species.
Equisetum species, like many angiosperms, appear to exhibit allelopathy
Competition and allelopathy
in aquatic plant communities.
Seed Germination, Allelopathy
Journal 23(2): 269-276.
is an adaptation plants use to chemically compete with other plants and can occur both interspecifically and intraspecifically.
In 'Proceedings of the 4th World Congress on Allelopathy
, as a component of IPM, involving secondary metabolites, is produced by plants, algae, bacteria and fungi that influence the growth and development of agricultural and biological systems [5, 6].
An aromatic adventure with allelopathy
: using garlic to study allelopathy
in the classroom.