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Allelopathic interactions as a possible determinant in the structure and composition of Antarctic plant communities / Masaru Akiyama, Shuji Ohtani, Hiroshi Kanda.

Title: Allelopathic interactions as a possible determinant in the structure and composition of Antarctic plant communities / Masaru Akiyama, Shuji Ohtani, Hiroshi Kanda.
Author(s): Akiyama, Masaru.
Ohtani, Shuji.
Kanda, Hiroshi.
Date: 1988.
In: Polarforschung. (1988.), Vol. 58(2/3) (1988)
Abstract: Using paper disc-plate method, crude extracts of Antarctic terrestrial plants and soils including penguin rookery guano were examined for their allelopathic effects on growth of some test-algae. Results suggest ecological features of algal occurrence and species diversity in both epiphytic and terrestrial vegetation in situ must be influenced by allelopathic effects of host plants and by penguin excrement respectively.
Notes:

Polarforschung. Vol. 58(2/3) :279-284 (1988).

Keywords: 574.4 -- Ecology, terrestrial.
577.46 -- Organisms, influence of physical environment.
574.2.047 -- Organisms, influence of biotic environment.
581.073 -- Plants, influence of animals and man.
582.26 -- Algae.
G -- Botany.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 94990

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