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Allelopathy Journal Volume: 53 Number: 2, July, 2021

C.H. Chou. Pioneers of Allelopathy: XVII. Chang-Huang Chou.
Abdalla I. A. Ahmed, Fujiang Hou. Aboveground and belowground millet litter affects seed germination and seedling growth of some crops.
A. Punia, N. S. Chauhan, R. Singh, S. Kaur and S. K. Sohal. Evaluation of growth disruptive effect of ferulic acid against Spodoptera litura (Fabricius) and its parasitoid Bracon hebetor (Say)
S. O. Osineye, H. O. B. Oloyede and T. O. Sunmonu. Ethyl acetate fraction of Alchornea laxiflora leaves stalls germination and growth of Solanum lycopersicum seedlings
Okundi Jeffre ,Sylvia Cherono,Moses Gichua Xue Yan and Wang Qing-Feng. Effects of aqueous leaf extracts of Parthenium hysterophorus. L and synthetic phenolic compounds on selected Kenyan varities of Zea mays, Phaseolus vulgaris and Vigna radiata
Minhyun Lee, Byoung Woo Kim, Uhram Song. Allelopathic effects of invasive Hypochaeris radicata on Brassica napus and Lactuca sativa
Huali Feng, Xiaodan Zhang, Zongsuo Liang and Haihua Zhang. Identification and allelopathic effects of phenolic acids in rhizosphere soil of continuous cropping of Salvia miltiorrhiza
Abdul Waheed, Muhammad Israr, Fawad Ali, Fazli Rahim, Arif Nawaz, Maliha Sarfara and Mushtaq Ahmad. Characterization and Evaluation of PGPR from Pea (Pisum sativum L.) Pakistan
Diego A. Sampietro. Allelochemicals from native plants of Argentina: Control of stored grains fungi
Esfandiar Jahanta, Habib Yazdanshenas, Nikoo Taheri Mohammad Abadi. Autotoxicity of Amygdalus scoparia Spach and Atriplex canescens (Pursh.) Nutt.on soil seed bank in semi-arid lands
L.Y. Ran, J.F. Li, Y.Y. Xing, J.Y. Zhang, X.G. Zhou. p-Coumaric acid altered the structure and abundance of soil Pseudomonas spp.
Zhang Shengai, Feng Li, Feng Chunya, Wang Shifa, Zhang Xue, Wang qingfeng, Xie Linhao, Zhang Yuhang, Lan Xi and Wang Yuyan. Allelopathy research on hemp (Cannabis Sativa L.): Current Status
Y. H. Tsytsiura. Allelopathic potential of oilseed radish for biological control of weeds
Abdul Hamid Nazari .Suresh M. Nebapure. V. S. Rana. N. A. Shakil. Chemical composition and fumigation toxicity of essential oil from Murraya paniculata against almond moth, Cadra cautella
Y.H. Tsytsiura and V.V. Roshchina. Allelopathy Research in USSR: 1960-1990
V.V. Roshchina and A.V. Kuchin. Autofluorescence of secretory cells in allelopathic Eucalyptus species studied by luminescence and confocal microscopy

Allelopathy Journal Volume: 54 Number: 1, September 2021

Y.N. Pan, C.C. Li, J.T. Hao, Y.D. Gao, W.X. Quan. Physiological responses of Rhododendron delavayi seedlings to glycolic acid lichaochan81@gmail.com; wenxuanq@gznu.edu.cn
S Marimuthu et al. Exploring the role of nanotechnology in allelopathy for weed management Mobile 9965561744, E.Mail:sm20@tnau.ac.in
Yan-hua Li, Ying Zhang , Yong Yang, Shi-jie Zhang and Xiang Jin. Allelopathic effects of leachates of Lumnitzera littorea fruits on germination and seedling antioxidant enzymes of native mangrove species Sonneratia caseolaris jinx@hainnu.edu.cn; 080055@hainnu.edu.cn
Y. H. Tsytsiura. Allelopathic potential of oilseed radish for biological control of weeds yaroslavtsytsyura@ukr.net, yaroslav301974@gmail.com
A. Bundit, K. Yamada, H. Shigemori and T. Pornprom. Two fatty acids isolated from itchgrass (Rottboellia cochinchinensis) as allelochemicals E-mail :agrtpp@ku.ac.th
Yu. Zhan, Enpeng Wang, Lianyun. Du, Ping. Yu, Tao. Zhang, Yonghua Xu, Qiong. Li and Changbao Chen. Reductive Soil Disinfestation: Reduced Allelopathy of Panax gingseng Reductive Soil Disinfestation: Reduced Allelopathy of Panax gingseng Phone (H): 86+17843304599, Mobile: +8617743140380, ccb2021@126.com, wode17k@163.com

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