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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ALLELOPATHY (1700-2012)- PDF Edition

Editors/Compilers: S. S. Narwal, Chief Editor, Allelopathy Journal, #101, Sector 14, Rohtak -124001, India. E. Mail: narwal@allelopathyjournal.org
Rick Willis, Former Lecturer, School of Botany, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Melbourne, Australia

The term ‘Allelopathy’ was coined by Professor Hans Molisch in 1937. It includes both inhibitory and stimulatory effects of plants on each other including microorganisms. Most of the research in this field has been conducted in developed countries during the last 30-40 years. The first English Book ‘Allelopathy’ written by Dr. E.L. Rice was published in 1974 and thereafter, many books have appeared on its various aspects and thousands of research papers on various aspects of allelopathy have been published. But till now, there is no Comprehensive Bibiliography on Allelopathy. Besides, till to day, This indicates the great interest World over in this new discipline, because of its importance in modern Sustainable Agriculture. It has been found that Allelopathy offers great potential to (a) increase agricultural production (food grains, vegetables, fruits, forestry), (b) to decrease harmful effects of modern agricultural practices [multiple cropping, leaching losses from N fertilizers, indiscriminate use of pesticides (weedicides, fungicides, insecticides, nematicides), tolerant/resistant biotypes in pest] on soil health/ productivity and environment and (c) to maintain soil productivity and a pollution free environment for our future generations. It is likely that in the near future allelopathy will be used in crop production, crop protection, agroforestry and agrohorticultural practices in developed and developing countries. Allelopathy may become one of the strategic sciences to reduce the environmental pollution and to increase agricultural production in Sustainable Agriculture of the 21st Century. Thus, it is now receiving more attention from agricultural and bioscientists.

In spite of the fact, that now much information is available on different aspects of Allelopathy, but there is no Comprehensive Bibiliography on Allelopathy, which provides complete and updated information about the published allelopathy literature at the International level. Allelopathy scientists interested in finding literature on a particular aspect have to consult several Books, Journals, Annual Reports and Magazines etc. This results in wastage of valuable time and energy of the scientists. Although such information may be available to the Western World through electronic media, but this facility will not be available to thousands of allelopathy scientists in the under developed countries, where the importance of allelopathy is greater. In view of this, Prof. S.S.Narwal has prepared this ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ALLELOPATHY, which has taken more than 10- Years, valuable time and energy to complete this herculean task. It has 10724 Abstracts in 1838 Pages (A4 size Pages), hence, it is very expansive and to Print and send by Post, thus, prepared in PDF Edition. It is devided in 5- Volumes. It is the first Comprehensive Bibiliography on Allelopathy. It includes References up to 2012 and will be up dated Annually with latest literature. Its main aim is to make available Allelopathy Literature to the bonafide scientists/students worldwide for their scientific use. In 1989, I visited Department of Allelopathy, Central Botanical Garden, Kiev, Ukaraine. There I saw large collection of Allelopathy literature of Prof. A.M. Grodzinsky, very prominent Internationally renowned Allelopathy Scientist. There I first conceived idea to prepare the Bibliography. After return from Kiev in 1990, I established Indian Society of Allelopathy and organized First International Conference on Allelopathy in 1992 with Prof. E.L. Rice as Chief Guest. In 1992, Dr. V.V. Rao gave me 150 Reprints on Allelopathy. Then Prof. MAB Mallik, USA sent me Reprints from Prof. Rice collection after Prof. Rice death. In 2000 Prof. Rick Willis, Department of Botany, University of Melbourne invited me to his Lab. to prepare this Bibiliography, which laid the Foundation of this Book.

CONTENTS: All the References (10724) are numbered continuously, listed year-wise and within the year Alphabetically. Each reference includes Author(s), Year, Title of paper, Abstract, Name of Journal, Volume Number, full pages. If published in Book/Report/Dissertation, the full details of Publication viz., Author/Editor, Title, Name of Publisher, Place of Publication are given.

This Book will be very useful for the allelopathy scientists and graduate students in agriculture (Agronomists, Entomologists, Nematologists, Plant Pathologists, Horticulturists, Plant Breeders, Agroforesters, Soil Scientists) and biosciences (Biochemists, Organic Chemists, Microbiologists, Limnologists), Environmentalists and Farmers, as well as organizations engaged in sustainable agriculture and organic agriculture.

April 2014; 270 x 160 mm; 1838 pp., PDF: Euro 100.00.