Allelopathic Potential of Robinia pseudo-acacia L.

@article{Nasir2005AllelopathicPO,
  title={Allelopathic Potential of Robinia pseudo-acacia L.},
  author={Habib Nasir and Zahida Iqbal and Syuntaro Hiradate and Yoshiharu Fujii},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={2005},
  volume={31},
  pages={2179-2192}
}
Robinia pseudo-acacia L. (black locust) is a nonindigenous species currently invading the central part of Japanese grasslands. Several allelochemicals were identified and characterized from the leaf tissue. The growth of both radicle and hypocotyl in the tested species (barnyard grass, white clover, lettuce, and Chinese cabbage) was reduced when grown in soil mixed with the leaves of R. pseudo-acacia at various concentrations. Aqueous leaf extracts, when bioassayed, exhibited a significant… CONTINUE READING
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