Autotoxicity in Agriculture and Forestry

Ying Hu Liu, Ren Sen Zeng, Min An, Azim U. Mallik, Shi Ming

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Abstract

Plant allelochemicals might interfere with growth of conspecific individuals (known as autotoxicity) when high concentrations are accumulated in soil. Autotoxicity is ubiquitous in both natural and manipulated ecosystems and may have important ecological implications.This chapter reviewed the role and management of autotoxicity in agriculture and forestry. It also discussed the mode of action of autotoxicity and its controlling factors.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAllelopathy in Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry
EditorsRen Sen Zeng, Azim U Mallik, Shiming Luo
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherSpringer
Pages283-301
Number of pages19
Edition15
ISBN (Print)9780387773360
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Liu, Y. H., Zeng, R. S., An, M., Mallik, A. U., & Ming, S. (2008). Autotoxicity in Agriculture and Forestry. In R. S. Zeng, A. U. Mallik, & S. Luo (Eds.), Allelopathy in Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry (15 ed., pp. 283-301). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-77337-7_15