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The Genus Striga (Scrophulariaceae) in Africa
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The Biology of Striga, Orobanche, and other Root-Parasitic Weeds
This review deals with higher plants that are parasitic on the roots of other higher plants. These unique organisms in the genera Striga and Orbanche, are both weeds and parasites. As weeds they showExpand
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The Vegetation of Mongolia
Acknowledgments. Fieldwork by SGP was supported by grants from the New York Zoological Society/Wildlife Conservation Society and Clemson University. Robert Noonan provided accommodation at GoldExpand
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Vegetation of Jordan
Chardin, John. 1811. Voyages du Chevalier Chardin en Perse et autres lieux de l'Orient. Paris. 10 vol., 3:295-6. [Ibid. 1927. Travels in Persia. London. p. 140. Collin, M. E. 1890. La matiereExpand
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Harmful Non-Indigenous Species in the United States
Pilbeam, D. J., and E. A. Bell. 1979. Free amino acids in Crotolaria seeds. Phytochemistry 18:973985. , and A. J. Lyon-Joyce. 1983. Occurrence of the pyrrolizidine alkaloid monocrotaline inExpand
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Parasitic Flowering Plants
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Pollination Biology of Hydnora africana Thunb. (Hydnoraceae) in Namibia: Brood‐Site Mimicry with Insect Imprisonment
Hydnora africana is a root holoparasite of southern Africa that emerges only to flower. The trimerous flowers of H. africana have androecial and gynoecial chambers and attract floral visitors withExpand
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