Title: Allelopathic effects of juglone on germination and growth of several herbaceous and woody species
Author: Rietveld, W.J.;
Source: Journal of Chemical Ecology. 9(2): 295-308.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: Laboratory experiments were conducted to determine juglone sensitivity of 16 species (Trifolium incarnatum, Coronilla varia, Vicia villosa, Lespedeza stipulacea, L. cuneata, Acer ginnala, Caragana arboreseens, Elaegnus angustifolia, E. umbellata, Lonieera maackii, Quercus alba, Fraxinus americana, Liriodendron tulipifera, Alnus glutinosa, Pinus strobus, and P. sylvestris) being considered for mixed plantings with Juglans nigra (black walnut). All species were sensitive to juglone, but seed germination and radicle elongation were less affected than shoot elongation and dry weight accumulation.
Keywords: Seed germination, radicle elongation, shoot elongation, dry weight accumulation, juglone, Juglans nigra, Trifolium incarnatum, Coronilla varia, Vicia villosa, Lespedeza stipulacea, L. cuneata, Acer ginnala, Caragana arborescens, Elaeagnus angustifolia, E. umbellata, Lonicera maackii, Quercus alba, Fraxinus americana, Liriodendron tulipifera, Alnus glutinosa, Pinus strobus, P. sylvestris
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Rietveld, W.J. 1983. Allelopathic effects of juglone on germination and growth of several herbaceous and woody species. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 9(2): 295-308.
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