Test-objects as differentiating background at study allelopathy activities of the vegetable celery cultures

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As a result, studies have shown that Lactuca sativa and Lepidium sativum can be described as analyzing the backgrounds. This suggests that for those environments in full, the effect ofallelopathy of crops. Brassica chinesis var. Japonica, Raphanus sativus and Brassica juncea are particularly distinguished by less substantial and more aligned differentiating ability (with respect to all studied donor cultures) evaluation of allelopathic activity and, therefore, are stabilizing the background. The information obtained can be used in the selection of informative testers to evaluate the allelopathic activity of the celery crop. Considered in the work relationship of donors and testers are of interest as a model for studying the phenomenon of allelopathy, involving mathematical and statistical methods.

A F Buharov

All-russian Scientifically and Exploratory Institute of Vegetables

Email: baleev.dmitry@yandex.ru
All-russian Scientifically and Exploratory Institute of Vegetables

D N Baleev

All-russian Scientifically and Exploratory Institute of Vegetables

Email: baleev.dmitry@yandex.ru
All-russian Scientifically and Exploratory Institute of Vegetables

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