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Allelopathic potential of phenolic compounds from coffee residue






Journal of Weed Science and Technology 44(4): 349-352

Allelopathic potential of phenolic compounds from coffee residue

The phenolic compounds sinapic acid, catechin, salicylic acid, chlorogenic acid, benzoic acid, gallic acid and caffeic acid were separated from coffee residues and their allelopathic effects on a range of plants studied. Salicylic acid decreased seed germination and root length in Trifolium repens, lettuces and Lolium multiflorum, and also decreased root length in Brassica campestris subsp. rapifera.

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