International Allelopathy Society (IAS)

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History

5 Sep 1994, Delhi (India).

Aims

Provide a scientific organization for scientists working in allelopathy and related disciplines worldwide, strengthen the bonds between them and promote exchange of ideas, knowledge and experience related to allelopathic science; help apply allelopathic research in practice to increase crop productivity, develop sustainable agriculture by natural or organic farming and reduce environmental pollution; encourage basic/fundamental research in understanding the mechanisms of allelopathy with ecological relevance; encourage national and international research projects and research teams and facilitate exchange of scientists between countries.

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Activities

Conducts research on mechanisms involving plant-plant, plant-microorganism, plant-virus, plant-insect and plant-soil-plant interactions. Research areas include study of biological functions of secondary metabolizes, their significance in biological control of growth individually or synergistically, their importance at all levels of biological organization, their evolutionary origin and their application to needs of the international community of allelopathic scientists, agricultural scientists, plant physiologists, weed scientists, ecologists, environmentalists, microbiologists, plant pathologists, entomologists, natural products chemists/biochemists/biologists, workers in other disciplines and farmers. Offers awards; provides financial grants to university students for projects on allelopathy, especially in developing countries. Organizes: International Congress on Allelopathy; European Allelopathy Symposium; other congresses; workshops.

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Relations with 1 non-governmental organizations.
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Members in 51 countries
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 15: Life on Land

UIA Org ID

C0089

Last News Received

2017
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