Allelopathic potential of segetal and ruderal invasive alien plants

@inproceedings{Novak2018AllelopathicPO,
  title={Allelopathic potential of segetal and ruderal invasive alien plants},
  author={Nenad Novak and Maja {\vS}krubej Novak and Klara Bari{\'c} and Maja {\vS}{\'c}epanovi{\'c} and Darijo Ivi{\'c}},
  year={2018}
}
At the global level, the invasion of alien organisms is considered the second largest threat to biodiversity. The assumption is that the high allelopathic potential is one of the features that helps invasive plant species to spread to new areas. In the study was determined allelopathic potential of eight invasive plant species (donor species) and their impact on test-species. Donor species were Abutilon theophrasti Med. - velvetleaf (Malvaceae), Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. - ragweed (Asteraceae… CONTINUE READING

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