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The effects of nutrients and enriched CO2 environments on production of carbon-based allelochemicals in Plantago: a test of the carbon/nutrient balance hypothesis


, : The effects of nutrients and enriched CO2 environments on production of carbon-based allelochemicals in Plantago: a test of the carbon/nutrient balance hypothesis. American Naturalist 140(4): 707-723

In a test of the carbon/nutrient (C/N) balance hypothesis, 6 genotypes of Plantago lanceolata was grown in different CO2 and nutrient environments and measurements were made of total allocation to shoots, roots and reproductive parts and aucubin, catalpol and verbascoside contents were quantified. Plants grown under low-nutrient conditions had higher concn of carbon-based allelochemicals than plants grown under high-nutrient conditions.

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