Parasitic flowering plants
Parasitic flowering plants are of great general and scientific interest besides their economic importance when attacking crop plants. This beautifully illustrated book covers all parasitic families and most of the genera and discusses all main aspects of their biology.
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Establishment of the parasite
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Amyema anthers Arceuthobium Arrow Australia Balanophora Balanophoraceae Botanical Garden bracts branches buds Califomia Cassytha cell walls chlorophyll cm long colour cortical strands Cuscuta Denmark develop dispersal distribution eastem embryo endemic endophyte endosperm epicortical roots Fabaceae female ﬂowers ﬁeld ﬁrst ﬁuits ﬁve ﬂow ﬂowering plants ﬂowers fruits G Glatzel genera genus germination growth H Heide-J haustoria haustorium hemiparasitic holdfast holoparasites host root host speciﬁcity host xylem inﬂorescence insects interface intrusive organ Islands Kuijt Lathraea layer leaf leaves Loranthaceae loranths male ﬂowers meristem mistletoe nectar northem nutrients occurs Olacaceae Orobanchaceae Orobanche parasitic plants Pedicularis perianth phloem Phoradendron photosynthesis pollination primary haustorium radicle root parasites Santalaceae Santalales secondary haustoria seeds shoots sinkers soil South Africa southem species stamens stem parasites Striga hermonthica tion tissue tracheary elements trees tuber vascular vegetative Viscaceae viscin Viscum album Viscum minimum xylem xylem bridge yellow zone