Two sympatric root hemiparasitic Pedicularis species differ in host dependency and selectivity under phosphorus limitation.

@article{Li2012TwoSR,
  title={Two sympatric root hemiparasitic Pedicularis species differ in host dependency and selectivity under phosphorus limitation.},
  author={Ai-Rong Li and F. A. Smith and S. Smith and K. Guan},
  journal={Functional plant biology : FPB},
  year={2012},
  volume={39 9},
  pages={
          784-794
        }
}
Parasitic biology of Pedicularis L. (Orobanchaceae) has been underinvestigated despite its wide distribution and potential ecological significance. To better understand the parasitic aspects of the root hemiparasites, host-parasite interactions were investigated with two sympatric Pedicularis species, Pedicularis rex C. B. Clarke and Pedicularis tricolor Hand.-Mazz., at two developmental stages. Plant DW, shoot phosphorus (P) content, root:shoot ratio and number of haustoria were measured in… Expand
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