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Urease, invertase, dehydrogenase and polyphenoloxidase activities in paddy soil influenced by allelopathic rice variety
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The results suggest that the urease, invertase, dehydrogenase and polyphenoloxidase activities of paddy soils may be positively influenced by allelopathic rice variety through the release of allelochemicals. Expand
Plant neighbor detection and allelochemical response are driven by root-secreted signaling chemicals
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It is shown that the chemicals (-)-loliolide and jasmonic acid, which were present in the root exudates of a range of plant species, can be detected by wheat and induce allelochemical production. Expand
Rhizosphere isoflavones (daidzein and genistein) levels and their relation to the microbial community structure of mono-cropped soybean soil in field and controlled conditions
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It is concluded that daidzein and genistein released into the soybean rhizosphere may act as allelochemicals in the interactions between root and soil microbial community in a long-term mono-cropped soybean field. Expand
Impact of allelochemical exuded from allelopathic rice on soil microbial community
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It is shown that allelopathic rice can have great impact on the population and community structure of soil microbes, and variation in soil microbial populations and community structures could be distinguished by the allelopathy and non-allelopathic rice varieties tested. Expand
Allelochemicals released by rice roots and residues in soil
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It is suggested that rice residues of both allelopathic and non-allelopathic varieties release similar concentrations and types of allelochemicals to inhibit successive plants, and living rice plants of certain allelopathy varieties appear to be able to detect the presence of interspecific neighbors and respond by increased alleLochemicals. Expand
Release and activity of allelochemicals from allelopathic rice seedlings.
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The results indicated that PI 312777 seedlings could release sufficient quantities of 1, 2, and 3 into the environment to act as allelochemicals inhibiting the growth of associated weeds, and it is the preferred method to collect and identify active alleLochemicals in rice exudates in future studies on rice allelopathy. Expand
Developing an ecological context for allelopathy
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It is suggested that the plant-herbivore defense literature provides a mature and well-developed framework from which a broader ecological context for allelopathy can be developed. Expand
Two compounds from allelopathic rice accession and their inhibitory activity on weeds and fungal pathogens.
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The results suggest that 5,7,4'-trihydroxy-3',5'-dimethoxyflavone and 3-isopropyl- 5-acetoxycyclohexene-2-one-1 may act as allelochemicals participating in the defense of rice against weeds and pathogens. Expand
Allantoin involved in species interactions with rice and other organisms in paddy soil
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The results suggest that not only may allantoin play a role in the transport and storage of nitrogen in rice tissues but it may also participate in species interactions between rice and other organisms in paddy soil. Expand
Volatile Allelochemicals in the Ageratum conyzoides Intercropped Citrus Orchard and their Effects on Mites Amblyseius newsami and Panonychus citri
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The results suggest that intercropping of A. conyzoides not only made the citrus orchard ecosystem more favorable for the predatory mite A. newsami, but also that the volatile allelochemicals released from A. cenyzoides regulated the population of A . Expand
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