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Allelochemicals in Pre-cowing Soils of Continuous Soybean Cropping and Their Autointoxication

  • Fei Yan
  • Zhenming Yang

Abstract

The problems caused by continuous cropping in soybean were discussed from both biotic stress and abiotic stress aspects; special focus was paid on origin and activity of allelochemicals under biotic stress. Interaction between phytotoxins and pernicious microorganisms in the soils of soybean under continuous cropping practice was suggested as a possible mechanism.

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Vanillic Acid Soybean Root Soybean Seedling Soybean Growth Soybean Residue 
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  • Fei Yan
    • 1
  • Zhenming Yang
    • 1
  1. 1.Jilin UniversityCollege of Plant ScienceChangchunChina

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