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Ecological relevance of allelopathy: some considerations related to Mediterranean, subtropical, temperate, and boreal forest shrubs



Ecological relevance of allelopathy: some considerations related to Mediterranean, subtropical, temperate, and boreal forest shrubs



Chemical ecology of plants: allelopathy in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems: 109-129



This paper discusses the difficulties encountered in the research on allelopathy including the research philosophy and some of the research accomplishments required for demonstrating the existence and ecological significance of allelopathy.

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