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Root hemiparasitic plants are associated with more even communities across North America
With #OpenData in @ZENODO_ORG
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PhD position about the parasitic plant Cuscuta in Tromsø !
Parasitic plant alert: forbidden spaghetti edition
Common, or swamp dodder (Cuscuta gronovii)
These parasitic plants are non-photosynthetic and obtain all water and nutrition through haustoria - root-like structures that tap into other plants. Here, parasitizing spotted touch-me-not (Impatiens capensis), aka orange jewelweed
#FlowerFriday This orange string is a parasitic plant called swamp dodder. Its stringy stems have rootlike structures (haustoria) that pull nutrients from the plants it climbs on. Learn why #TRCA monitors plants in forests, meadows, and wetlands: http://bit.ly/2JIEz5S
Mistletoe reminds us to nurture our creative projects with love and keep them close to our hearts
Her Keywords are Healing, Fertility and Inspiration.
Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that is native to Europe, North Africa and central and Western Asia.
Parasitic plant Dodder looks like yellow silly string and is often growing at the waters edge. Would have gotten a better image but didn’t want to get too close to my friend’s living room.
Parasitic plant dodder (Cuscuta spp.): A new natural Agrobacterium-to-plant horizontal gene transfer species http://dlvr.it/SWPCxb
We've found this on site... Do you know what it is?
Dodder (Cuscuta epithymum), a parasitic plant that sucks the juices from other' stems!
Listed as Vulnerable, it's a species of conservation concern, so we'll provide recommendations to our client to help conserve it.