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Authors: Mallik, AU
Citation: Au. Mallik, Challenges and opportunities in allelopathy research: A brief overview, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2007-2009

Authors: Romeo, JT
Citation: Jt. Romeo, Raising the beam: Moving beyond phytotoxicity, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2011-2014

Authors: Souto, C Pellissier, F Chiapusio, G
Citation: C. Souto et al., Allelopathic effects of humus phenolics on growth and respiration of mycorrhizal fungi, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2015-2023

Authors: Souto, XC Chiapusio, G Pellissier, F
Citation: Xc. Souto et al., Relationships between phenolics and soil microorganisms in spruce forests:Significance for natural regeneration, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2025-2034

Authors: Karamanoli, K Vokou, D Menkissoglu, U Constantinidou, HI
Citation: K. Karamanoli et al., Bacterial colonization of phyllosphere of mediterranean aromatic plants, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2035-2048

Authors: Schmidt, SK Lipson, DA Raab, TK
Citation: Sk. Schmidt et al., Effects of willows (Salix brachycarpa) on populations of Salicylate-mineralizing microorganisms in alpine soils, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2049-2057

Authors: Blum, U Staman, KL Flint, LJ Shafer, SR
Citation: U. Blum et al., Induction and/or selection of phenolic acid-utilizing bulk-soil and rhizosphere bacteria and their influence on phenolic acid phytotoxicity, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2059-2078

Authors: Dayan, FE Romagni, JG Duke, SO
Citation: Fe. Dayan et al., Investigating the mode of action of natural phytotoxins, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2079-2094

Authors: Barkosky, RR Einhellig, FA Butler, JL
Citation: Rr. Barkosky et al., Caffeic acid-induced changes in plant-water relationships and photosynthesis in leafy spurge Euphorbia esula, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2095-2109

Authors: Inderjit,"Weston, LA
Citation: La. Inderjit,"weston, Are laboratory bioassays for allelopathy suitable for prediction of field responses?, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2111-2118

Authors: Yu, Z Dahlgren, RA
Citation: Z. Yu et Ra. Dahlgren, Evaluation of methods for measuring polyphenols in conifer foliage, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2119-2140

Authors: Wu, HW Haig, T Pratley, J Lemerle, D An, M
Citation: Hw. Wu et al., Distribution and exudation of allelochemicals in wheat Triticum aestivum, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2141-2154

Authors: Murphy, SD
Citation: Sd. Murphy, Field testing for pollen allelopathy - A review, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2155-2172

Authors: Macias, FA Varela, RM Torres, A Molinillo, JMG
Citation: Fa. Macias et al., Potential allelopathic activity of natural plant heliannanes: A proposal of absolute configuration and nomenclature, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2173-2186

Authors: Vaccarini, CE Bonetto, GM
Citation: Ce. Vaccarini et Gm. Bonetto, Selective phytotoxic activity of withanolides from Iochroma australe to crop and weed species, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2187-2196

Authors: Mallik, AU Pellissier, F
Citation: Au. Mallik et F. Pellissier, Effects of Vaccinium myrtillus on spruce regeneration: Testing the notion of coevolutionary significance of allelopathy, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2197-2209

Authors: Huang, ZQ Liao, LP Wang, SL
Citation: Zq. Huang et al., Allelopathy of phenolics from decomposing stump-roots in replant Chinese fir woodland, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2211-2219

Authors: Quayyum, HA Mallik, AU Leach, DM Gottardo, C
Citation: Ha. Quayyum et al., Growth inhibitory effects of nutgrass (Cyperus rotundus) on rice (Oryza sativa) seedlings, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2221-2231

Authors: Nishimura, H Kondo, Y Nagasaka, T Satoh, A
Citation: H. Nishimura et al., Allelochemicals in chicory and utilization in processed foods, J CHEM ECOL, 26(9), 2000, pp. 2233-2241

Authors: Bernays, EA Chapman, RF
Citation: Ea. Bernays et Rf. Chapman, Plant secondary compounds and grasshoppers: Beyond plant defenses, J CHEM ECOL, 26(8), 2000, pp. 1773-1794

Authors: El-Sayed, AM Byers, JA
Citation: Am. El-sayed et Ja. Byers, Inhibitory effect of monoterpenes on response of Pityogenes bidentatus to aggregation pheromone released by piezoelectric sprayer for precision release of semiochemicals, J CHEM ECOL, 26(8), 2000, pp. 1795-1809

Authors: Potter, MJ Vanstone, VA Davies, KA Rathjen, AJ
Citation: Mj. Potter et al., Breeding to increase the concentration of 2-phenylethyl glucosinolate in the roots of Brassica napus, J CHEM ECOL, 26(8), 2000, pp. 1811-1820

Authors: Lawrey, JD
Citation: Jd. Lawrey, Chemical interactions between two lichen-degrading fungi, J CHEM ECOL, 26(8), 2000, pp. 1821-1831

Authors: Devine, GJ Ingvarsdottir, A Mordue, W Pike, AW Pickett, J Duce, I Mordue, AJ
Citation: Gj. Devine et al., Salmon lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis, exhibit specific chemotactic responses to semiochemicals originating from the salmonid, Salmo salar, J CHEM ECOL, 26(8), 2000, pp. 1833-1847

Authors: Robacker, DC Garcia, JA Bartelt, RJ
Citation: Dc. Robacker et al., Volatiles from duck feces attractive to Mexican fruit fly, J CHEM ECOL, 26(8), 2000, pp. 1849-1867
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