Isolation and identification of a potent allelopathic substance in rice root exudates.

@article{KatoNoguchi2002IsolationAI,
  title={Isolation and identification of a potent allelopathic substance in rice root exudates.},
  author={H. Kato‐Noguchi and T. Ino and N. Sata and S. Yamamura},
  journal={Physiologia plantarum},
  year={2002},
  volume={115 3},
  pages={
          401-405
        }
}
A search for growth inhibitors in rice root exudates was undertaken in order to clarify the allelopathic system in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Rice seedlings inhibited the growth of cress (Lepidium sativum L.) and lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) seedlings when the cress and lettuce were grown with rice seedlings. The putative compound causing the inhibitory effect of rice seedlings was isolated from their culture solution, and the chemical structure of the inhibitor was determined by spectral data as… Expand
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