Results for: Allelopathy

What is allelopathy?

  Allelopathy is the inhibition of growth of a plant due to biomolecules released by another. It is the opposite of symbiotic mutualism. The biomolecules are called allelo (MORE)
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Importance of allelopathy?

Allelopathy is an interference mechanism based on any direct or indirect effect (primarily inhibitory) by one plant on another through the release of chemicals that escape int (MORE)
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How does allelopathy give an organism an advantage?

Allelopathy in plants gives the organism a competitive advantage because the toxic chemical produced prevents other plants growing nearby and eliminates the competition for li (MORE)
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How does allelopathy help plants compete for space?

These plants produce biochemicals that can actually influence the growth of other plants. So, when these plants want space they can influence other plants not to grow near tha (MORE)