parasitic plant


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IN TERMS OF DELICATENESS, parasitic plants face similar issues.
Role of the sucrose synthase encoding PrSusl gene in the development of the parasitic plant Phelipanche ramose L.
Does the generalist parasitic plant Cuscuta campestris selectively forage in heterogeneous plant communities?
The same observation was shown with Striga a parasitic plant where petroleum ether chloroform and ethanol extracts showed antibacterial activity against most of the organisms whereas the aqueous extracts were found to have no effect against most bacteria (Hairemath et al.
It is a parasitic plant, with no visible leaves, roots or stem.
This parasitic plant produces the largest flower in the world.
Mistletoe is a parasitic plant and its favourite host tree is apple but it can grow well on poplars, limes, false acacias and hawthorn.
Found in all 48 contiguous states and Hawaii, dodder is a parasitic plant with yellow or reddish filaments that wrap themselves around flowers such as salvia, petunias, mums and geraniums, and garden plants including potatoes, onions and blueberries.
The best-documented route for natural formation of transgenic plants is gene transfer between a plant epiphyte (such as mosses), or a parasitic plant (like dodder) and the host plant it colonises.
Mistletoe is a parasitic plant which loves sof t-barked trees such as apple, poplar and lime.
Both for the ecological and economic benefits, it may be preferable to manage rather than eradicate this parasitic plant in its native habitat.
Broomrape, Orobanche cumana, is a parasitic plant with no capacity for making chlorophyll on its own.
It is not a parasitic plant, but it has the same disgusting smell of rotting flesh as Rafflesia.
However, while there are over 3000 species of parasitic plants occurring in a wide variety of natural plant communities (Kuijt 1969, Atsatt 1983, Press 1989), community-level effects have been examined for only a few parasitic plant taxa.
Department of Agriculture identifiers, who determined the seeds to be a species of Cuscuta, a parasitic plant that lacks roots and leaves, and debilitates its host plant to resist viral diseases.