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Cytinus ruber

Known as: Cytinus ruber (Fourr.) Kom. 
National Institutes of Health

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2019
2019
BackgroundArchipelagos of islands have played an important role in shaping some of the paradigms of biology, including the theory… 
2019
2019
The habit of eating wild plants in Europe is often associated with times of famine; an example of such is the nectar of Cytinus… 
2015
2015
BackgroundCytinus is an endophytic parasitic plant occurring in South Africa, Madagascar, and in the Mediterranean region. We… 
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2012
Highly Cited
2012
Nectar-dwelling yeasts are emerging as widely distributed organisms playing a potentially signifi cant and barely unexplored… 
2011
2011
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Due in part to biophysical sized-related constraints, insects unlike vertebrates are seldom expected to act… 
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2011
Highly Cited
2011
To communicate with animals, plants use signals that are distinct from their surroundings. Animals generally learn to use these… 
2010
2010
Mycorrhizae are widespread mutualistic symbioses crucial for the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems. Not all plants associate… 
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2009
Highly Cited
2009
BACKGROUND AND AIMS The genus Cytinus is composed of rootless, stemless and leafless parasites whose flowers are only visible… 
2007
2007
Host specificity in the parasitic plant Cytinus hypocistis was quantified at four sites in the Algarve region of Portugal from…