5 edition of The Chemistry of allelopathy found in the catalog.
|Statement||Alonzo C. Thompson, editor.|
|Series||ACS symposium series, 268|
|Contributions||Thompson, Alonzo C., American Chemical Society. Division of Pesticide Chemistry., American Chemical Society. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||QK898.A43 C44 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 470 p. :|
|Number of Pages||470|
|LC Control Number||84024626|
Focuses on the important chemicals responsible for allelopathic phenomena and the mode of action of these compounds in plants. This book studies the processes involving organically produced chemicals of plant, fungal, and microbial origin that benefit or harm the development of . The first English Book ‘Allelopathy’ written by Dr. E.L. Rice was published in and thereafter, many books have appeared on its various aspects and thousands of research papers on various aspects of allelopathy have been published. But till now, there is no Comprehensive Bibiliography on Allelopathy.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for ACS Symposium: The Chemistry of Allelopathy: Biochemical Interactions Among Plants No. (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! The book addresses the following questions: (1) How do allelochemicals influence different components of the ecosystem in terms of shaping community structure? (2) Why is it difficult to demonstrate interference by allelochemicals (i.e., allelopathy) in a natural system in its entirety? Despite a large amount of existing literature on allelopathy.
Allelopathy is an important factor in the continuous cropping problems of melon. Organic acids are allelochemicals that are commonly found in Cucurbitaceae crops. However, there have been no. Allelopathy in natural ecosystems 3. Allelopathy in soil sickness 4. Chemistry of alleochemicals 5. Molecular biology and genetics of allelopathy 6. Physiology and biochemistry of allelopathy 7. Allelopathy mechanisms and interactions 8. Alleopathy methodologies and modelling Allelopathy for sustainability November 16th th, Tunisia.
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Written by experts, Allelopathy: Chemistry and Mode of Action of Allelochemicals is the first book to focus on the chemical phenomena of allelopathy.
The book discusses the chemicals responsible for the allelopathic phenomena and, closely connected with them, the modes of Brand: CRC Press. Written by experts, Allelopathy: Chemistry and Mode of Action of Allelochemicals is the first book to focus on the chemical phenomena of allelopathy.
The book discusses the chemicals responsible for the allelopathic phenomena and, closely connected with them, the modes of.
Chemistry of Allelopathy: Biochemical Interactions Among Plants (Acs Symposium Series) Hardcover – December 1, by Alonzo C. Thompson (Editor)Format: Hardcover. General Organic Chemistry; Heterocyclic Compounds (More than One Hetero Atom) Heterocyclic Compounds (One Hetero Atom) Organometallic and Organometalloidal Compounds; Physical Organic Chemistry; Steroids; Terpenes and Terpenoids.
Most, if not all, books on allelopathy cover the ecological, agronomic, and descriptive physiological aspects. And although the amount of papers published on the chemical aspects and mode of action of these compounds continues to rise, there has been, until now, no book available that reflects the latest literature.
Written by experts, Allelopathy:Cited by: Most, if not all, books on allelopathy cover the ecological, agronomic, and descriptive physiological aspects. And although the amount of papers published on the chemical aspects and mode of action of these compounds continues to rise, there has been, until now, no book available that reflects the latest literature.
Written by experts, Allelopathy. Written by experts, "Allelopathy: Chemistry and Mode of Action of Allelochemicals" is the first book to focus on the chemical phenomena of book discusses the chemicals responsible for the allelopathic phenomena and, closely connected with them, the.
Chemistry and Biology of Allelopathic Agents N. BHUSHAN MANDAVA Chapter 4, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): Decem This book is No in the American Chemical Society Symposium Series.
It contains 31 chapters covering many aspects of allelopathy including the nature, isolation, synthesis and mode of action of allelopathic agents and their implications for agriculture and for the control of aquatic plants.
Relevant papers are abstracted separately. Understanding the role of allelopathy in succession will require information about the chemistry and biology of interactions, and a better understanding of the ecological factors involved.
Agricultural systems can supply much needed information, as they are similar to natural systems but usually are simpler and better defined. Written by experts, "Allelopathy: Chemistry and Mode of Action of Allelochemicals" is the first book to focus on the chemical phenomena of book discusses the chemicals responsible for the allelopathic phenomena and, closely connected with them, the Format: Hardcover.
About this book Allelopathy is the study of the chemical interactions of plants. This concept has been known since antiquity, and first appears unambiguously.
This book clearly defines ways to maximize the allelopathic potential of important field crops for controlling weeds, either in the same crop or others. Compared to the use of herbicides, allelopathy is an attractive option to control weeds naturally under field conditions.
The book highlights the. Botanists, horticulturists, biologists, and agriculturists will find the book a good reference book. Show less Allelopathy studies the various aspects of allelopathy, the direct or indirect harmful effect by one plant (including microorganisms) on another through the production of chemical compounds that escape into the environment.
Science is essentially a descriptive and experimental device. It observes nature, constructs hypotheses, plans experiments and proposes theories. The theory is never contemplated as the 'final truth', but remains ever subject to modifications, changes and rejections.
The science of allelopathy in a similar way has emerged, and exists on a similar footing; our endeavour should be to keep it Reviews: 1. Roles of Allelopathy in Subtropical Ecosystems, Case Studies in Taiwan, Chang- New chemistry, biosynthetic pathways and modes of action Net nitrate +uptake, PM H -ATPase activity and related gene expressions in maize roots in response to coumarin, Maria Rosa Abenavoli [et al.].
This chapter explores allelopathy, the influence, usually detrimental, of one plant on another, by toxic chemical substances from living plant parts, through their release when a plant dies, or their production from decaying tissue.
For weed management purposes, allelopathy is considered a strategy of control. Get this from a library. The Chemistry of allelopathy: biochemical interactions among plants. [Alonzo C Thompson; American Chemical Society. Division of Pesticide. It is the hope of the editors that this book will serve as a document which identifies an integrated approach, through which research both to understand and exploit allelopathy can be conducted.
The present volume arose out of an attempt to bring together eminent scientists in allelopathy to describe their work, of a highly diverse nature. topics such as pure and applied plant chemistry, plant biochemistry, and molecular biology. A section of this book is dedicated to allelopathy.
The authors provide a short and eloquent. Purchase Allelopathy - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAllelopathy: Chemistry and Mode of Action of Allelochemicals eBook: Horace G. Cutler, Francisco A. Macias, Juan C.G. Galindo, Jose M.
G. Molinillo: This book provides a detailed account of the concept of allelopathy as it has occured through the course of botanical literature from the earliest recorded writings to the modern era. In the ancient world, the negative and positive interaction of plants was expressed .