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Screening of 239 medicinal plant species for allelopathic activity using the sandwich method
Tamarindus indica L. leaf is a source of allelopathic substance
- Syeda Shahnaz Parvez, M. M. Parvez, E. Nishihara, H. Gemma, Y. Fujii
- Plant Growth Regulation
- 1 June 2003
The allelopathic potential of the Tamarindus indica L. leaf was investigated through bioassay guided studies using several weed and edible crop species. Both radicle and hypocotyl growth of all the… Expand
Differential allelopathic expression of bark and seed of Tamarindus indica L.
Allelopathic performance of the bark and seed of Tamarindus indica L. tree was evaluated through bioassay-guided studies using seven common agronomic crops (asparagus, cucumber, lettuce, radish,… Expand
Evaluation of allelopathic potentiality of hairy vetch (Vicia villosa Roth) on the growth of Arabidopsis thaliana L.
Imaging of bioluminescence responses of different plant species under L-DOPA allelochemical condition.
Study on the functional components of Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.)
- Syeda Shahnaz Parvez
- 7 December 2007
Performance of Hybrid Rice in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study
Allelopathic effect of Tamarindus indica L. leaf on weed and agronomic crop species
Involvement of Tamarindus indica L. root in plant growth regulation through allelopathy
Allelopathic activity of bark and seed of Tamarindus indica L.
Introduction-Bioassay-guided studies were carried out using several common agronomic crop and weed species under laboratory conditions to evaluate the allelopathic performance of the bark and seed of… Expand