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T. Dvořáková Březinová and J. Vymazal

production and decomposition in northern peatlands. Ph.D. Thesis, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Gallagher JL (1978): Decomposition processes: summary and recommendation. In: Good RE, Whigham DF, Simpson RL (eds): Freshwater wetlands. Ecological processes and management potential. Academic Press, New York, 145–151. Giada MLR (2013): Food phenolic compounds: main classes, sources and their antioxidant power. In: Morales-Gonzalez JA (ed.): Oxidative stress and chronic degenerative diseases – a role for antioxidants. InTech, Rijeka. Harrison MM, Tyler AC

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Zuzana Kyselova

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Anna Gawron-Gzella, Marlena Dudek-Makuch and Irena Matławska

phenolic compound. Food Chemistry 97: 654-660. Gudej J, and Tomczyk M. 2004. Determination of flavonoids, tannins and ellagic acid in leaves from Rubus L. species. Archives of Pharmacal Research 27: 1114-1119 JABłOŃSKA-RYŚ E, Zalewska-Korona M, and Kalbarczyk J. 2009. Antioxidant capacity, ascorbic acid and phenolics content in wild edible fruits. Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research 17: 115-120. Jiao Z, Liu J, and Wang S. 2005. Antioxidant activities of total pigment extract from Blackberries, Food

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Wiera Sądej, Andrzej Cezary Żołnowski and Olga Marczuk

slurry and barley straw: a fi eld experiment, Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 81, pp. 131-137. Djurdjević, L., Dinić, A., Pavlović, P., Mitrović, M., Karadžić, B. & Tešević, V. (2004). Allelopathic potential of Allium ursinum L., Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 32, pp. 533-544. Djurdjević, L., Gajić, C., Kostić, O., Jarić, S., Pavlović, C., Mitrović, M. & Pavlović, P. (2012). Seasonal dynamics of allelopathically significant phenolic compounds in globally successful invader Conyza canadensis L. plants and associated sandy soil

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Anatolii Gordiienko, Mykola Blazheyevskyi and Ivan Iurchenko

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O T Olaru, Adriana Iuliana Anghel, Viorica Istudor and Iulia Ioana Olaru

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Michał A. Janiak, Adriana Slavova-Kazakova, Vessela D. Kancheva, Milena Ivanova, Tsvetelin Tsrunchev and Magdalena Karamać

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Hakime Hülya Orak, Magdalena Karamać, Adnan Orak and Ryszard Amarowicz

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Mehmet M. Özcan, Fahad Aljuhaimi, Elfadıl E. Babiker, Nurhan Uslu, Durmuş Ali Ceylan, Kashif Ghafoor, Mustafa Mete Özcan, Nesim Dursun, Isam Mohamed Ahmed, Fadimu Gbemisola Jamiu and Omer N. Alsawmahi

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Željan Maleš, Dario Kremer, Zita Randić, Marko Randić, Kroata Pilepić and Mirza Bojić

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