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Allelopathy Journal Volume: 51 Number: 2, November, 2020

Mst. Motmainna, Abdul Shukor B Juraimi, Md. Kamal Uddin, Norhayu Binti Asib, A.K.M. Mominul Islam and Mahmudul Hasan. Assesment of allelopathic substances to develop new natural herbicide - A Review
Al-Ghamdi A.M. and El-Zohri M. Herbicidal potential of Aerva javanica on wild oat control and its impact on wheat growth
Nasiruddin, Yu Zhangxin, Ting Zhao, Chen Guangying and Minghui Ji. Allelopathic and Medicinal plant. 26. Millettia speciosa
L. Goyal, S. Kaushal and N. K. Dhillon. Exploitation of allelopathic potential of Citrus reticulata peel essential oil and its chemical analogues against root knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita)
Ke-Bo Liao, Mei Yang, Han-Dong Gao and Fei Cheng. Effects of phenolic acids on the growth and photosynthetic characteristics of Eucalyptus grandis × E. urophylla seedlings
J.L. Wang, Z.H. Zhang, C. Hu, R.Y. Fu and G. Hu. Bibliometric analysis of 50 Years (1968-2017) of plant allelopathy research
H.B. Wang, Q.X. Zhang, X.T. Chen, Y.H. Wang, L.W. Lin, J.H. Ye, Q. Zhang, X.L. Jia and H.B. He. Using soil metaproteomics technology to analyze the microbial diversity of tea tree rhizospheric soil
H. Gao, M. K. Rahman, P.L. Qiao, F.Z. Wu and X.G. Zhou. Effects of long-term continuous monocropping on cucumber rhizosphere Pseudomonas spp. community structure and abundance
T. S. Chuah, W.S. Wan Nur Suzani Sazleen and M Z. Norhafizah. Herbicidal activity of formulated 2,4-di-tert-butylphenol
V. V. Roshchina and G. A. Soltani. Effects of ozone levels on spectral characteristics and allelopathic activity of Citrus unshiu and Eucalyptus cinerea
Min Li et al. Allelopathic effects of phenolic acids on germination of watermelon: Dose-effect relationship and quantitative structure-activity relationship

Allelopathy Journal Volume: 52 Number: 1, January, 2021

J.B. Shi , X.Y. Gong, M. Khashi u Rahman; T. Yua , X.G. Zhou and F.Z. Wu. Effects of VOCs from potato-onion on root morphology of tomato
Xiao Xu, Zhongyin Liang, Xiaoyu Li , and Jichen Xu Allelopathic effects of Festuca rundinacea variety Millennium2 leaf aqueous extracts on seedling growth of 10 fescue varieties.
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
R.X. Shao, Z.Q. Ma, Y.H. Jiang, X.O. Han, C.Q. Zang, J.F. Yang, Ying Lin, Mei Han, H.G. Bai and Y.Q. Huang. Dynamic succession of soil microbial community as affected by exogenous vanillic acid
Yuanyi Xie, Lixin Yao, Shuang Wei, Shengli He, Li Chen and Danwei Ma. Allelopathic effects of weed spp on the root border cells of Fagopyrum tataricum (L.) Gaertn
K. Šoln, V. Glavnik, I. Vovk and J. Dolenc Koce. . Effects of rhizome extracts of invasive knot weeds (Fallopia japonica and F. ×bohemica) on root growth of radish seedlings
Xiao Jing-Lei, Zhang Yan-Xin, Zhao Yi-Yang, Zhang Ming-Zhe , Zhang Yu-Bin, Li-Bin, Wei Dong-Sheng, Wu Gang , Du Xing-Lin, Qin Jian-Chun. Bioactivity of allelochemicals isolated from the roots of Echinacea purpurea (L.) Moench on Amaranthus viridis L., Portulaca oleracea L. and Microcystis aeruginosa
L.X. Chan, F.Y. Zhang, Z.K. Zhang, B.M. Chen, S.S.Ye and Q.Y.Zhang. Screening of broad-leaved tree species for island restoration under soil allelopathy of Eucalyptus urophylla
S.D. Torawane and D.N. Mokat. Assessment of the allelopathic potential of weed Neanotis lancifolia on seed germination and metabolism of mungbean and rice

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25th Anniversary of Allelopathy Journal (SCI Journal)

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