Expansion of a holoparasitic plant, Orobanche lutea (Orobanchaceae), in post-industrial areas - a possible Zn effect.

@article{Turnau2018ExpansionOA,
  title={Expansion of a holoparasitic plant, Orobanche lutea (Orobanchaceae), in post-industrial areas - a possible Zn effect.},
  author={K. Turnau and R. Jędrzejczyk and Agnieszka Domka and T. Anielska and R. Piwowarczyk},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={639},
  pages={
          714-724
        }
}
Industrial waste sites, although extremely difficult to revegetate, may be suitable for rare plants such as Orobanche lutea that are condemned to extinction due to their low ability to compete in their natural habitats. The presence of potentially toxic metals seems to facilitate the expansion of O. lutea (parasitizing Medicago falcata) and was found in hundreds of exemplars per m2 in south Poland and potentially could spread to other localities, causing yield loss in agricultural plants. The… Expand
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