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Jeff Weidenhamer
Jeff Weidenhamer
Professor of Chemistry, Ashland University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ashland.edu
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Designs for greenhouse studies of interactions between plants
DJ Gibson, J Connolly, DC Hartnett, JD Weidenhamer
Journal of Ecology 87 (1), 1-16, 1999
3901999
Direct and indirect effects of invasive plants on soil chemistry and ecosystem function
JD Weidenhamer, RM Callaway
Journal of chemical ecology 36 (1), 59-69, 2010
3672010
Just how insoluble are monoterpenes?
JD Weidenhamer, FA Macias, NH Fischer, GB Williamson
Journal of Chemical Ecology 19 (8), 1799-1807, 1993
2601993
Density-dependent phytotoxicity: distinguishing resource competition and allelopathic interference in plants
JD Weidenhamer, DC Hartnett, JT Romeo
Journal of Applied Ecology, 613-624, 1989
2601989
In search of allelopathy in the Florida scrub: the role of terpenoids
NH Fischer, GB Williamson, JD Weidenhamer, DR Richardson
Journal of Chemical Ecology 20 (6), 1355-1380, 1994
2521994
Distinguishing resource competition and chemical interference: overcoming the methodological impasse
JD Weidenhamer
Agronomy Journal 88 (6), 866-875, 1996
2261996
Fungal superhighways: do common mycorrhizal networks enhance below ground communication?
EK Barto, JD Weidenhamer, D Cipollini, MC Rillig
Trends in plant science 17 (11), 633-637, 2012
1972012
The fungal fast lane: common mycorrhizal networks extend bioactive zones of allelochemicals in soils
EK Barto, M Hilker, F Müller, BK Mohney, JD Weidenhamer, MC Rillig
PLoS One 6 (11), e27195, 2011
1922011
Dynamic root exudation of sorgoleone and its in planta mechanism of action
FE Dayan, JL Howell, JD Weidenhamer
Journal of Experimental Botany 60 (7), 2107-2117, 2009
1272009
The effect of phytotoxins on competitive outcome in a model system
H Thijs, JR Shann, JD Weidenhamer
Ecology 75 (7), 1959-1964, 1994
1111994
Dicamba injury to soybean
JD Weidenhamer, GB Triplett Jr, FE Sobotka
Agronomy Journal 81 (4), 637-643, 1989
1081989
Stimulation of witchweed germination by sesquiterpene lactones: a structure-activity study
NH Fischer, JD Weidenhamer, JL Riopel, L Quijano, MA Menelaou
Phytochemistry 29 (8), 2479-2483, 1990
1021990
Allelochemicals of Polygonella myriophylla: chemistry and soil degradation
JD Weidenhamer, JT Romeo
Journal of Chemical Ecology 30 (5), 1067-1082, 2004
942004
Solution volume and seed number: Often overlooked factors in allelopathic bioassays
JD Weidenhamer, TC Morton, JT Romeo
Journal of Chemical Ecology 13 (6), 1481-1491, 1987
941987
Bacterial degradation of juglone
G Williamson, JD Weidenhamer
Journal of Chemical Ecology 16 (5), 1739-1742, 1990
761990
Biomimetic measurement of allelochemical dynamics in the rhizosphere
JD Weidenhamer
Journal of Chemical Ecology 31 (2), 221-236, 2005
732005
Bioassays for allelopathy in terrestrial plants
JT Romeo, JD Weidenhamer
Methods in Chemical Ecology Volume 2, 179-211, 1998
661998
Inhibition ofSchizachyrium scoparium (poaceae) by the allelochemical hydrocinnamic acid
GB Williamson, EM Obee, JD Weidenhamer
Journal of Chemical Ecology 18 (11), 2095-2105, 1992
661992
Metal exposures from aluminum cookware: an unrecognized public health risk in developing countries
JD Weidenhamer, MP Fitzpatrick, AM Biro, PA Kobunski, MR Hudson, ...
Science of the Total Environment 579, 805-813, 2017
612017
Lead exposure from aluminum cookware in Cameroon
JD Weidenhamer, PA Kobunski, G Kuepouo, RW Corbin, P Gottesfeld
Science of the Total Environment 496, 339-347, 2014
612014
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