Year 2021, Volume 5 , Issue 1, Pages 80 - 86 2021-06-30

Plants, one of the biotic factors of the ecosystem, secrete a number of chemical compounds that can change environmental factors as well as they are affected by environmental changes. These compounds, called allelochemicals, most of which are secondary metabolites, are produced as a sub-branch of their primary metabolic pathways. Besides the direct effect of allelochemicals on growth and development of other plants, they are released from decomposed plant residues and cause indirect allelopathic effects by changing the activity of microorganisms in the environment. It also has indirect environmental impacts on soil bioavailability by preventing microbial symbiosis activities in the soil, preventing nitrogen fixation, nutrient uptake and changing nutrients in the soil. It can affect the plant species and variety in the environment and cause significant changes in natural vegetation and plant communities in the long term. Over time, plant succession occurs, which is defined as the dominant species replacing other species. As a result, allelopathy is a complex phenomenon that causes clear changes at many subsystem levels of the ecosystem. Therefore, allelopathic interactions should be analyzed at the ecosystem level rather than at the population level and their multi-directional effects should be evaluated with a holistic approach.
Allelochemical, Mycorrhizae, Plant biodiversity, Plant succession
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Primary Language en
Subjects Agronomy, Plant Science, Agriculture, Multidisciplinary
Journal Section Review Papers
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-7381-9215
Author: Fulya BAŞARAN (Primary Author)
Institution: YALOVA ATATÜRK BAHÇE KÜLTÜRLERİ MERKEZ ARAŞTIRMA ENSTİTÜSÜ MÜDÜRLÜĞÜ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Application Date : April 1, 2021
Acceptance Date : May 27, 2021
Publication Date : June 30, 2021

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APA Başaran, F . (2021). Ecological Aspects of Allelopathy . International Journal of Agriculture Forestry and Life Sciences , 5 (1) , 80-86 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ijafls/issue/60445/907726
MLA Başaran, F . "Ecological Aspects of Allelopathy" . International Journal of Agriculture Forestry and Life Sciences 5 (2021 ): 80-86 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ijafls/issue/60445/907726>
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