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International Parasitic Plant Society

Welcome to the homepage of the International Parasitic Plant Society (IPPS). The IPPS is dedicated to advancing scientific research on parasitic plants. Our goals include increasing the understanding of these amazing plants, providing a platform for exchange among and beyond the scientific community as well as helping to decrease the crop damage inflicted by weedy parasitic plants.

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Most Recent 'Parasitic Plant' Publications in Scopus

  1. Maize farmer preferences for intercropping systems to reduce Striga in Malawi
    Sunday 02 February 2020 23:25
    Author(s):Silberg, T.R. | Richardson, R.B. | Lopez, M.C.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Food Security
  2. Salicylic acid confers resistance against broomrape in tomato through modulation of C and N metabolism
    Sunday 02 February 2020 23:25
    Author(s):Madany, M.M.Y. | Obaid, W.A. | Hozien, W. | AbdElgawad, H. | Hamed, B.A. | Saleh, A.M.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB
  3. Comparison of Iris L. morphogenesis in in vitro culture with seedling development in some highly specialized plants
    Sunday 02 February 2020 23:25
    Author(s):Tikhomirova, L. | Kravtsova, T.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
  4. Inter-plant communication via parasitic bridging
    Saturday 01 February 2020 23:24
    Author(s):Banerjee, A.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Journal of experimental botany
  5. Broomrape infestation in carrot (Daucus carota): Changes in carotenoid gene expression and carotenoid accumulation in the parasitic weed Phelipanche aegyptiaca and its host
    Friday 24 January 2020 22:31
    Author(s):Emran, S. | Nawade, B. | Yahyaa, M. | Abu Nassar, J. | Tholl, D. | Eizenberg, H. | Ibdah, M.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Scientific reports
  6. TaD27-B gene controls the tiller number in hexaploid wheat
    Friday 24 January 2020 22:31
    Author(s):Zhao, B. | Wu, T.T. | Ma, S.S. | Jiang, D.J. | Bie, X.M. | Sui, N. | Zhang, X.S. | Wang, F.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Plant Biotechnology Journal
  7. Assessing the Performance of Maize (Zea mays L.) as Trap Crops for the Management of Sunflower Broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr.)
    Friday 24 January 2020 22:31
    Author(s):Ye, X. | Zhang, M. | Zhang, M. | Ma, Y.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Agronomy
  8. A two-year simulated crop rotation confirmed the differential infestation of broomrape species in China is associated with crop-based biostimulants
    Friday 24 January 2020 22:31
    Author(s):Hayat, S. | Wang, K. | Liu, B. | Wang, Y. | Chen, F. | Li, P. | Hayat, K. | Ma, Y.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Agronomy
  9. Identification and occurrence of phenylethanoid and iridoid glycosides in six Polish broomrapes (Orobanche spp. and Phelipanche spp., Orobanchaceae)
    Friday 24 January 2020 22:31
    Author(s):Jedrejek, D. | Pawelec, S. | Piwowarczyk, R. | Pecio, Ł. | Stochmal, A.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Phytochemistry
  10. Identification of two oxygenase genes involved in the respective biosynthetic pathways of canonical and non-canonical strigolactones in Lotus japonicus
    Friday 24 January 2020 22:31
    Author(s):Mori, N. | Nomura, T. | Akiyama, K.
    Publication year: 2020
    Journal / Book title: Planta

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