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The genus Acacia as invader: the characteristic case of Acacia dealbata Link in Europe

Acacia dealbata Link en Europe Paula Lorenzo, Luís González* and Manuel J. Reigosa Departamento de Bioloxía Vexetal e Ciencia do Solo, Facultade Bioloxía, Universidade de Vigo, As Lagoas Marcosende

Unravelling the bioherbicide potential of Eucalyptus globulus Labill: Biochemistry and effects of its aqueous extract

, Nuria Pedrol. Funding acquisition: Manuel J. Reigosa, PatrÂõcia Valentão, Paula B. Andrade, Nuria Pedrol. Investigation: Carolina G. Puig, Nuria Pedrol. Methodology: Carolina G. Puig, Manuel J. Reigosa ... , PatrÂõcia Valentão, Paula B. Andrade, Nuria Pedrol. Project administration: Nuria Pedrol. Resources: Manuel J. Reigosa, PatrÂõcia Valentão, Paula B. Andrade, Nuria Pedrol. Supervision: Manuel J. Reigosa

Characterization of Xanthophyll Pigments, Photosynthetic Performance, Photon Energy Dissipation, Reactive Oxygen Species Generation and Carbon Isotope Discrimination during Artemisinin-Induced Stress in Arabidopsis thaliana

Artemisinin, a potent antimalarial drug, is phytotoxic to many crops and weeds. The effects of artemisinin on stress markers, including fluorescence parameters, photosystem II photochemistry, photon energy dissipation, lipid peroxidation, reactive oxygen species generation and carbon isotope discrimination in Arabidopsis thaliana were studied. Arabidopsis ecotype Columbia (Col-0...

Loss of Gravitropism in Farnesene-Treated Arabidopsis Is Due to Microtubule Malformations Related to Hormonal and ROS Unbalance

Mode of action of farnesene, a volatile sesquiterpene commonly found in the essential oils of several plants, was deeply studied on the model species Arabidopsis thaliana. The effects of farnesene on the Arabidopsis root morphology were evaluated by different microscopic techniques. As well, microtubules immunolabeling, phytohormone measurements and ROS staining helped us to...

Allelochemical stress inhibits growth, leaf water relations, PSII photochemistry, non-photochemical fluorescence quenching, and heat energy dissipation in three C3 perennial species

M. Iftikhar Hussain 0 Manuel J. Reigosa 0 0 Department of Plant Biology and Soil Science, University of Vigo , Campus Lagoas-Marcosende, E-36310, Vigo, Espan a In this study, the effect of two

The genus Acacia as invader: the characteristic case of Acacia dealbata Link in Europe

• We review current knowledge about the biology of the genus Acacia, and Acacia dealbata Link (silver wattle) in particular, as an invader in Europe, focusing on (i) the biology of the genus Acacia; (ii) biological attributes that are important for the invasiveness of the genus and A. dealbata; (iii) possible hypotheses for the invasion success; and (iv) control methods...