Ammi Majus

Original Text: Ammi Majus


Ammi majus has the potential to inhibit the germination of other species and itself, so its presence in the cultivated plants is undesirable. Statistical treatment of data exhibited significant differences among the target species (Convolvulus arvensis L, Imperata cylindrical L, and Sonchus oleraceus L) in the sense of seed germination and dry matter inhibition in most of its aqueous extract treatments. The aqueous extract solution of primary callus was the most effective one in its inhibition in most of treatments studied. High significant differences were observed among the regenerated plant aqueous extract treatments and the naturally growing ones. The regenerated plant aqueous extract was superior in its effect to the naturally growing one. The dry matter of roots, stems and leaves showed highly decreasing in their dry matter contents compared with those of naturally growing ones. The sodium dodecyl sulphate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis protein profile revealed few differences between in vitro regenerated plant and naturally growing one. It can be conclude that Ammi majus capable of producing high yields of secondary metabolites have allelopathic effect against weed species that varies according to plant treated.

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Revised Text:

Ammi majus has the potential to inhibit germination of other species and of itself, so its presence among cultivated plants is undesirable.

Statistical treatment of data exhibited significant differences among the target species (Convolvulus arvensis L, Imperata cylindrical L, and Sonchus oleraceus L) in the sense of seed germination and dry matter inhibition in most of its aqueous extract treatments. An aqueous extract solution of primary callus was the most effective in its inhibition in most of the treatments studied. High significant differences were observed among the regenerated plant aqueous extract treatments and the naturally growing ones.

The regenerated plant aqueous extract was superior in its effect to the naturally growing one. The dry matter of roots, stems and leaves showed a large decrease in their dry matter contents when compared with those of naturally growing ones. The sodium dodecyl sulphate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis protein profile revealed few differences between in-vitro regenerated plants and naturally growing ones.

It can be concluded that Ammi majus is capable of producing high yields of secondary metabolites have an allelopathic effect on weed species that varies according to the plants treated.

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