Orobanchaceae


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Related to Orobanchaceae: Santalaceae, Phytolaccaceae, broomrape family
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Synonyms for Orobanchaceae

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as a naturalized weed in Colombia is documented, which constitutes the first record of this species in the neotropics and the first notice of the family Orobanchaceae in Colombia.
Key words: Orobanchaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Orobanche, chorology, weeds, Colombia, Southamerica.
b) La familia Orobanchaceae contaba con representantes nativos en Centroamerica y Peru-Chile, pero no habia sido registrada con anterioridad para el Norte de Sudamerica (Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela) ni por especies nativas, ni por especies foraneas naturalizadas.
The first responses during haustorial initiation are cortical enlargement and increasing cell division, resulting in lateral or apical protuberances in the parasite root similar to other Orobanchaceae, such as Bartsia, Lathraea, Melampyrum, Pedicularis and Rhinanthus (Heckard 1962, Dobbins & Kuijt 1973a, Weber & Weberling 1975, Riopel & Timko 1995).
Phylogeny of the parasitic plant family Orobanchaceae inferred from Phytochrome A.
Los ejemplares de este genero son en ocasiones mal determinados como miembros de Orobanchaceae o Lennoaceae por su habito holoparasito, los tallos carnosos y las flores moradas.
Palabras clave: Escobedia, Mexico, Michoacan, Orobanchaceae.
Key words: Escobedia, Mexico, Michoacan, Orobanchaceae.
Durante la preparacion de la familia Orobanchaceae para la Flora del bajio y de regiones Adyacentes, se descubrio una novedad de este genero, de la cual se encontraron unos cuantos ejemplares procedentes de la porcion noroccidental del estado de Michoacan, Mexico.
255, 256, 258, 259], Orobanchaceae [20], Passifloraceae
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33, 107, 150, 171, 178, 232, 233] Orobanchaceae Bartsia alpina L.
In addition, a few highly evolved groups form embryos without cotyledons, as in the Orobanchaceae, Santalales, Rafflesisles, and others among dicots, and Orchidaceae in monocots (Rangaswamy, 1967; Natesh & Rao, 1984).
For example, a "beardtongue" staminode like the one in Penstemon (Cheloneae, Scrophulariaceae) also occurs in Jacaranda (Bignoniaceae); petal aestivation, or folding in the buds, shows both ascending and descending patterns within Scrophulariaceae, Lentibulariaceae, and Bignoniaceae, ascending and quincuncial patterns within Acanthaceae, and descending and quincuncial patterns in Orobanchaceae [whereas their presumed closest relatives, Rhinantheae (Scrophulariaceae) have ascending petal folding]; personate corollas similar to those of Antirrhineae (Scrophulariaceae) are exhibited by some Acanthaceae, Gesneriaceae, Bignoniaceae, and Lentibulariaceae; other parallelisms occur in ovary structure, ovule number, sensitive stigma lobes, and postgenital fusion of the anthers (Endress, 1994).