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.
|6-Oct-21||Thomas Spallek (University of Hohenheim) – Signaling between Phtheirospermum and Arabidopsis|
|Immaculate Mwangangi (University of Greenwich) – Enhancing sorghum post-attachment resistance against Striga by improved host nutrition|
|3-Nov-21||Salim Al-Babili (King Abdullah University) – Harnessing hormones and signaling molecules for combating Striga|
|Stephane Munos (INRA, France) – tba|
|1-Dec-21||Kateřina Knotková (Masaryk University, Czech Republic) – Interactions between parasitic plants and invasive hosts: the experimental evidence|
|Emily Bellis (Arkansas State University) – Evolution of parasitic plant-host interactions from gene to continent scales|
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