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Synonyms for dodder

a leafless annual parasitic vine of the genus Cuscuta having whitish or yellow filamentous stems

walk unsteadily

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Using field dodder (Cuscuta campestris) as a live bridge between plants, this study investigated the movement of nutrients between tomato plants (Solanum lycopersicum) parasitized by dodder.
The total carotenoid extracted from the stem of dodder was estimated spectrophotometrically.
Resembling orange cheese sprayed in threads from a can, dodder looks a bit like the modern art version of parasitic plants: messy, perhaps vulgar and with a decidedly non-plant color.
When a dodder seed sprouts, it doesn't grow roots to seek its own food.
Department of Agriculture lists dodder among the country's 10 worst weeds.
Laois & (c) Dodder Construction Ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at 41 Willbrook, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 & (d) Vincent O'neill (Jewellery) Ltd having its registered office at Manus Brady & Co.
Allen, based at Garlow Cross near Navan, missed out on the 16-1 shot's victory over Dodder Walk, who had won one of the trial races on Dundalk's Polytrack surface on Tuesday.
In another notable men's third round clash, veterans Jonas Bjorkman, from Sweden, and Australian Wayne Arthurs, boasting a combined age of 71, were due to dodder onto Court 13 for an intriguing tussle.
a) Dodder valley partnership having its registered office & principal place of business at county hall, 3 belgard square north, tallaght, dublin 24 & (b) Kinsealy motor centre ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at st.
It's suburbia - leafy gardens, the River Dodder and Lansdowne Road stadium.
THEY did not exactly dodder on to Court Three supported by Zimmer frames but in the strange world of elite tennis, a second-week Grand Slam match between two players with a combined age over 71 was the closest thing you were going to get.
First, they connected poinsettia and periwinkle plants, which do not support the poinsettia virus, with a parasitic plant called dodder.
Chris Andrews said homes in his south Dublin neighbourhood are in danger if the River Dodder overflows.
Gavin Cromwell, who trains in Skryne, County Meath, enjoyed his third success when Dodder Walk took the 2m handicap hurdle by one and a half lengths under Roger Loughran.
Last year hundreds of residents had to flee in terror after the River Dodder burst its banks causing mayhem.