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Allelopathy Journal Volume: 49 Number: 2, March, 2020

S. D. Torawane and D. N. Mokat. Allelopathic effect of invasive weed Neanotis montholonii on seed germination and metabolism of mungbean and rice

A. Mukhopadhyay, A. Singh, V. S. Somvanshi and N. Patanjali. Novel Bioinsecticidal Formulation of Entomopathogenic nematodes to sustain allelopathic potential for prolonged periods.

P. Ferus, K. Menčik and J. Konôpková. The champion defeated: Evidence on allelopathic suppression of the extremely invasive tree-of- heaven.

S. T. Kamble and K.B.Pawar. The allelopathic potential of petal leachates of Cassia fistula against an invasive weed Alternanthera tenella

Yijuan Su, Chaohui Ding, Xinyu Pu, Rensen Zeng, Yuanyuan Song and Zhenfang Li. Non-additive allelopathic effect of decomposing mixed litters of Eucalyptus urophylla and Acacia mangium

G. Erida, N. Saidi, Hasanuddin and Syafruddin. Allelopathic herbicidal potential of Pinus merkusii, Acacia mangium, Jatropha curcas, Tectona grandis, Terminalia catappa on Amaranthus spinosus

M. Hozawa and E. Nawata. Allelopathic effects of leaf litter leachates of Ulex europaeus to the other species and to the seed germination of Ulex europaeus itself

Udai Pratap Singh, Surabhi Singh, Rajeev Kumar, Nar Singh Chauhan and Archna Kumar. Assessment of allelochemical induced foraging behaviour potential of Trichogrammatids

Melih Yılar, Yusuf Bayar , Ahu Alev Abacı Bayar and Nusret GENÇ. Chemical diversity of endemic Salvia absconditiflora Greuter & Burdet collected from different locations in Kirsehir/Turkey and antifungal, allelopathic potentials

Elsayed Mohamed, Ahmed M. M. A. Kasem and, Ahmed El-khatib. Allelopathic potential of Egyptian halophytes Arthrocnemum macrostachyum and Halocnemum strobilaceum from two coastal areas.

Paul Lalremsang, B. Gopichand, Kalidas Upadhyaya, C. Remlalpeka, Lungmuana and Bhim Pratap Singh. Allelopathic effects of Flemingia semialata on seedling growth of maize and rice.

H.M. Liu, Jiguang Huang, Nimisha Amist and L.J. Zhou.Plant Autotoxicity: A Review (IV). Families: Poaceae to Zingiberaceae

25th Anniversary of Allelopathy Journal (SCI Journal)

1. I am pleased to inform you, that THOMPSON REUTERS/CLARIVATE ANALYTICS Impact Factor of Allelopathy Journal for 2016 has increased to 1.050. The Allelopathy Journal is als Indexed in SCOPUS, EMBASE, World of Science, BIOSIS etc You are kindly invited to submit Future Research Mss to Allelopathy Journal.
2. FREE ACCESS TO ARCHIEVES: Please join us in celebrating the (i). 26-Years of Allelopathy Journal Publication (48-Volumes published), and (ii). 10th Anniversary of Allelopathy Journal going ONLINE and (iii). Current IMPACT FACTOR of 1.050. As a special token of appreciation, gesture and to thank you for your overwhelming response, we are now offering FREE ONLINE ACCESS to Allelopathy Journal Volumes 1-45 (1994-2018). This offer is for bonafide Researchers , who Signed-in our website We hope that in coming days, you will not only continue to support this ONLINE JOURNAL by spreading the word about it, but will also show greater engagement in Allelopathy Journal Subscription, its Citation in your Research Articles and submission of your Research Articles.
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