Most Recent Additions*

 

Use of Lemna minor L. as a bioassay in allelopathy
Frank A. Einhellig, Gerald R. Leather, and Lori L. Hobbs

 

The effects of ferulic acid on the mineral nutrition of grain sorghum
John Kobza and Frank A. Einhellig FrankEinhellig@missouristate.edu

 

Technique for Obtaining Slime Molds
William R. Sprague and Frank A. Einhellig FrankEinhellig@missouristate.edu

 

Tannic acid-induced alterations in mouse growth and pituitary melanocyte-stimulating hormone activity
Margaret H. Peaslee and Frank A. Einhellig FrankEinhellig@missouristate.edu

 

Synergistic inhibitory effects of p-coumaric and ferulic acids on germination and growth of grain sorghum
James A. Rasmussen and Frank A. Einhellig FrankEinhellig@missouristate.edu

 

Sorgoleone from root exudate inhibits mitochondrial functions
James A. Rasmussen, Angela M. Hejl, Frank A. Einhellig, and John A. Thomas

 

Reduced fecundity in mice on tannic acid diet
Margaret H. Peaslee and Frank A. Einhellig FrankEinhellig@missouristate.edu

 

Protective effect of tannic acid in mice receiving dietary lead
M. H. Peaslee and F. A. Einhellig FrankEinhellig@missouristate.edu

 

Prior cropping with grain sorghum inhibits weeds
Frank A. Einhellig and James A. Rasmussen

 

Potentials for exploiting allelopathy to enhance crop production
Frank A. Einhellig and Gerald R. Leather

 

Phytotoxicity of sorgoleone found in grain Sorghum root exudates
Frank A. Einhellig and Itamar F. Souza

 

Observing the Events of Mammalian Development With Mice
Margaret H. Peaslee and Frank A. Einhellig FrankEinhellig@missouristate.edu

 

Mechanisms of hydroquinone-induced growth reduction in leafy spurge
Richard R. Barkosky, Jack L. Butler, and Frank A. Einhellig

 

Inhibitory effects of combinations of three phenolic acids on grain sorghum germination
J. A. Rasmussen and F. A. Einhellig FrankEinhellig@missouristate.edu

*Updated as of 07/11/20.