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Different Vegetables Crops in Response to Allelopathic of Hot Pepper Root Exudates

@inproceedings{Zhongqun2012DifferentVC,
  title={Different Vegetables Crops in Response to Allelopathic of Hot Pepper Root Exudates},
  author={He Zhong-qun and Zhuang Junan and Tang Haoru and Huang Zhi},
  year={2012}
}
Laboratory bioassay was carried out to investigate the effect of allelopathy of hot pepper root exudates on tomato, corn (used as fresh), lettuce, radish, cucumber, Chinese cabbage, Brassica oleracea, cowpea and hot pepper. [] Key Method Indices such as germination rate, germination index and synthetical effect index were measured and the major allelochemicals of hot pepper root exudates were identified using gas chromatography- mass spectrometry. The results suggested that root exudates from hot pepper had…

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