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Because most parasitic plants do not form mycorrhizal associations, the nutritional roles of arbuscular… Expand A small or sparse population may suffer a reduction in fitness owing to Allee effects. Here, we explored effects of plant density… Expand BACKGROUND AND AIMS
Facultative root hemiparasitic plants generally have a wide host range, but in most cases show an obvious… Expand Parasitic biology of Pedicularis L. (Orobanchaceae) has been underinvestigated despite its wide distribution and potential… Expand Pedicularis rex, a self-compatible alpine herb, depends exclusively on pollinators for reproduction. Previous study has revealed… Expand Pedicularis rex C. B. Clarke ex Maxim., an endemic species with potential horticultural traits from Himalaya, has a unique cup… Expand One new ionone glycoside, pedicurexoside (1), one new flavonoid, 5, 4′-dihydroxy-3′-methoxyflavone-7-O-6′′-n-butyryl-β -D… Expand Colonization of mycorrhizal and root endophytic fungi in 14 Pedicularis species from northwest of Yunnan Province, southwest… Expand Genetic variation of five populations (one of which with three subpopulations) of Pedicularis rex L.in Yunnan were examined by… Expand The pollination biology of different populations of Pedicularis rex Clarke C B. was studied in Zhongdian of Northwest Yunnan and… Expand