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Isothiocyanate release from soil-incorporated Brassica tissues.
Abstract Isothiocyanates (ITCs) released from glucosinolates in Brassicaceous residues are thought to suppress soil-borne plant pests, however, little is known about ITC formation in soil. WeExpand
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Allelochemicals released in soil following incorporation of rapeseed (Brassica napus) green manures.
Plant-derived allelochemicals such as those produced by glucosinolate hydrolysis in Brassica napus, or rapeseed, are viable alternatives to synthetic compounds for the control of soil-borne plantExpand
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Speciation of sulfur in humic and fulvic acids using X-ray absorption near-edge structure (XANES) spectroscopy
Abstract Sulfur species in soils and sediments have previously been determined indirectly using destructive techniques. A direct and more accurate method for S speciation would improve ourExpand
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Isothiocyanates Produced by Brassicaceae Species as Inhibitors of Fusarium oxysporum.
Glucosinolates contained in members of the Brassicaceae release isothiocyanates potentially useful in controlling Fusarium oxysporum pathogens in conifer seedling nursery soils. Our objective was toExpand
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Transformation of the Glucosinolate-Derived Allelochemicals Allyl Isothiocyanate and Allylnitrile in Soil
Hydrolysis of glucosinolates in Brassica tissues results in formation of allelochemicals potentially useful in controlling soil-borne plant pests. Major degradation products of glucosinolates in soilExpand
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Hydrolysis products of glucosinolates in Brassica napus tissues as inhibitors of seed germination
Enzymatic hydrolysis of glucosinolates, a class of compounds found in Brassica species, results in a number of products with potential to inhibit seed germination. To investigate the impact of bothExpand
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Allelochemicals Produced during Sinigrin Decomposition in Soil
Although allelochemicals are produced from glucosinolates contained in Brassica spp. tissues, little is known concerning allelochemical formation and fate in soil. Enzymatic decomposition of sinigrinExpand
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Seed Meals from Brassicaceae Oilseed Crops as Soil Amendments: Influence on Carrot Growth, Microbial Biomass Nitrogen, and Nitrogen Mineralization
Brassicaceaeseedmeals(BSMs)average6%nitrogen(N)byweightandcontain glucosinolates (GLSs) that produce biologically active compounds. A two-season field study was initiated to determine how BrassicaExpand
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