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Occurrence of lepidimoide-like substance in growing plant tissues and its physiological activity in Arabidopsis thaliana



Occurrence of lepidimoide-like substance in growing plant tissues and its physiological activity in Arabidopsis thaliana



Journal of Weed Science and Technology 45(4): 235-243



Lepidimoide, which was first identified as an allelopathic substance, was roughly confirmed to be included in growing tissues (rosette leaves, stems + inflorescences and roots) of Arabidopsis thaliana by means of HPLC analysis. Peaks of retention time in HPLC of the lepidimoide fractions extracted from the above organs completely coincided with that of authentic lepidimoide.

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