Loranthaceae


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Synonyms for Loranthaceae

in some classification includes Viscaceae: parasitic or hemiparasitic shrublets or shrubs or small trees of tropical and temperate regions

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a 8 kilometros al suroeste del punto de observacion, estos estuvieron parasitados por plantas hemiparasitas (Loranthaceae) (Fig.
Frugivoria de larvas de Neosilba McAlpine (Diptera, Lonchaeidae) sobre Psittacanthus plagiophyllus Eichler (Santalales, Loranthaceae) no sudoeste de Mato Grosso do Sul, Brasil.
Loranthaceae which is the most distributed family of the group of parasitic plants called mistletoe has been plagued with alarming rates of misidentification at the generic and specific levels [1].
Soriano-Santos, "ntioxidant activity and citotoxic effect of Cladocolealoniceroides (van Tieghem) Kuijt (loranthaceae)," Revista Mexicana de Ingenieria Quimica, vol.
Tambien es caracteristica la presencia de hemiparasitas de la familia Loranthaceae.
The term 'mistletoe' is generally applied to plants with a similar hemiparasitic lifestyle and a certain degree of taxonomical relationship in three families: Loranthaceae, Viscaceae, and Eremolepidaceae (Bar-Sela, 2011).
Ex-Ar H Lauraceae Indeterminada Cu ar Lemnaceae Lemna sp.* Ex-Ac H Loranthaceae Struthanthus cf.
Featuring more than 4000 parasite species among the angiosperms (NICKRENT et al., 1998), the order Santalales is included in the Loranthaceae group.
(Loranthaceae), una planta parasita conocida como matapalo, tambien se identifico el arbol atacado por esta planta parasita--la guacima Guazuma ulmifolia Lam.
In Australia, the native hemiparasitic vine, Cassytha pubescens (Loranthaceae), modifies interactions among three nonnative species: a pollinator (Apis mellifera), a seed predator (Bruchidius villosus), and the invasive legume Cytisus scoparius (Prider et al., 2011).
(Loranthaceae), remaining hidden during the day on the bark of the host plant stem, where pupation occurs.
There are reports about the popular use of Tapinanthus dodoneifolius (DC) Danser (Loranthaceae) also called Agelanthus dodoneifolius (Polh and Wiens) in treating hypertension [11] and malaria [12].
The habitat at the collecting site is woodland savannah characterized by Prosopis pallida (Fabacea), Acacia macracantha (Fabacea), Parkinsonia aculeata (Fabaceae), Colicodendron scabridum (Capparacea), Capparis avicennifolia (Capparacea), Psittacanthus chanduyensis (Loranthaceae), and the introduced species Casuarina equisetifolia (Casuarinaceae).