Phelipanche cf. aegyptiaca HST 6629
Semantic Scholar uses AI to extract papers important to this topic.
In the present study, the effects of roasting and boiling on the proximate composition of the kernels as well as the… Expand Growing cover crops with allopathic characteristics is a way to biologically control the weed P. aegyptiaca. Allelochemicals are… Expand Salvia aegyptiaca is a xerophytic perennial herb belongs to the Lamiaceae family commonly used for medicinal purposes. Laboratory… Expand Biocontrol of Orobanche aegyptiaca, especially using fungal antagonists, has gained considerable attention in recent years… Expand One of the most susceptible hosts of the Phelipanche aegyptiaca (pers.) Pomel is tomato. Broomrape causes yield loss in tomato… Expand Summary. The broomrape (Orobanche spp.) is an obligate holoparasitic weed that causes severe damage to many important vegetable… Expand The relationship between the organic nitrogen status of Egyptian broomrape and one of its hosts, carrot, was studied by comparing… Expand