Molecular fingerprinting of Helicanthus elastica (Desr.) Danser growing on five different hosts by RAPD.

Abstract

Mistletoes are hemiparasitic plants growing on aerial parts of other host trees. Many of the mistletoes are reported to be medicinally important. The hemiparasitic nature of these plants makes their chemical composition dependent on the host on which it grows. They are shown to exhibit morphological dissimilarities also when growing on different hosts… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.sjbs.2015.12.002

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@article{Kumar2016MolecularFO, title={Molecular fingerprinting of Helicanthus elastica (Desr.) Danser growing on five different hosts by RAPD.}, author={Koppala Narayana Sunil Kumar and K. R. Maruthi and Ahmed H. Alfarhan and R Rajakrishnan and Jacob L Thomas}, journal={Saudi journal of biological sciences}, year={2016}, volume={23 3}, pages={335-40} }