Global Advanced Research Journal of Agricultural Science (GARJAS) ISSN: 2315-5094
October 2015 Vol. 4(10): pp. 657-662
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Scientific Communication Allelopathic influence of Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. commercial clone 'CEMSA 78-354' on weeds
1Hernández, M. A., 2*Hernández R. P. 1Espinosa R.R. 3Guillen D.S. 1Cianna, M.I.
1Central University “Marta Abreu” of Las Villas (UCLV), Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Camajuaní Road km 6 ½ Santa Clara.VC. Cuba. 54 830. 2Agrobiothenology Center. Fitozoo Group. Emiliano Zapata 10, Int. 3. 59430. Texcoco, Mexico State. 56220. 3 Superior School Studies Xalostoc, Cuautla. Mor. Autonomous University of Morelos, Street Nicolas, Bravo s/n, Industrial Park, Cuautla, Xalostoc, Ayala, Morelos, Mexico. 62740.
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Accepted 1 October, 2015
The allelopathic potential of extracts and residue of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L.) Lam. plant clone 'CEMSA 78-354' on weeds seeds germination was examined. Plant residues inhibited the weed emergence and weed seeds germination. The negative Response Index indicated that monocot weeds were less sensitive than dicot weeds. I. batatas plant parts extracts inhibited seed germination and stimulate radicle length of P. olerasea and A. spinosus. Many phytochemicals (fatty acids, triterpenes, steroids, alkaloids, quinones, phenols, tannins, flavonoids, saponins etc.) with allelochemical potential were detected in I. batatas plant.
Keywords: Analysis, Comparative, Growth, Okra, Soil.
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