pennellii confers resistance to pests and that the indirect selection of genotypes with high content of this allelochemical
promotes the production of tomato cultivars with high resistance to insects.
Factors modulating the levels of the allelochemical
sorgoleone in Sorghum bicolor.
It is possible that the heartwood of pines is resistant to termite attack because of its density and concentration of allelochemicals
(Scheffrahn et al.
Dynamics of Release of Allelochemical
Compound from Roots of Wild oat (Avena fatua L.).
Nutritional imbalance, water deficiency, and presence of allelochemicals
are factors which can reduce digestibility (SMITH, 2005, FURSTENBERGHAGG et al., 2013).
Natural products as allelochemicals
in pest management.
Thu Ha et al., "Allelopathic activity of dehulled rice and its allelochemicals
on weed germination," International Letters of Natural Sciences, vol.
compounds might have inhibited chlorophyll content in canary grass seedlings either by interfering with the biosynthesis of photosynthetic pigments or by enhancing their degradation by inducing oxidative stress and generation of reactive oxygen species or both.
The mode of action of allelochemicals
is extensive and is related to several metabolic processes such as photosynthesis, cellular respiration, hormonal balance, the depolarization and permeability of membranes affecting nutrient uptake, cell elongation and production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) (Gniazdowska and Bogatek, 2005; Al-Wakeel et al., 2007).
Blue gum produces a thick litter layer and allelochemicals
(natural substances produced by plants that can suppress growth), which may inhibit not only its own germination, but also that of other plants (Molina et al.
representing numerous chemical groups have been isolated from over 30 families of terrestrial and aquatic plants.
induction of hormone-metabolizing microsomal monooxygenases in the fall armyworm," Zoological Studies, vol.