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Most Recent 'Parasitic Plant' Publications in Scopus

  1. Absence of polyphenol oxidase in cynomorium coccineum, a widespread holoparasitic plant
    Padiglia, A. & Zucca, P. & Cannea, F.B. & Diana, A. & Maxia, C. & Murtas, D. & Rescigno, A. in "Plants"
    Tuesday 11 August 2020 00:02
  2. Host-parasite tissue adhesion by a secreted type of β-1,4-glucanase in the parasitic plant Phtheirospermum japonicum
    Kurotani, K.-I. & Wakatake, T. & Ichihashi, Y. & Okayasu, K. & Sawai, Y. & Ogawa, S. & Cui, S. & Suzuki, T. & Shirasu, K. & Notaguchi, M. in "Communications Biology"
    Thursday 06 August 2020 00:55
  3. Multichromosomal structure and foreign tracts in the Ombrophytum subterraneum (Balanophoraceae) mitochondrial genome
    Roulet, M.E. & Garcia, L.E. & Gandini, C.L. & Sato, H. & Ponce, G. & Sanchez-Puerta, M.V. in "Plant Molecular Biology"
    Sunday 02 August 2020 10:00
  4. Populations of the Parasitic Plant Phelipanche ramosa Influence Their Seed Microbiota
    Huet, S. & Pouvreau, J.-B. & Delage, E. & Delgrange, S. & Marais, C. & Bahut, M. & Delavault, P. & Simier, P. & Poulin, L. in "Frontiers in Plant Science"
    Saturday 01 August 2020 07:19
  5. Physiological and growth responses of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) genotypes to Egyptian broomrape (Phelipanche aegyptiaca (Pers.) Pomel) parasitism
    Faradonbeh, N.H. & Darbandi, E.I. & Karimmojeni, H. & Nezami, A. in "Acta Physiologiae Plantarum"
    Saturday 01 August 2020 07:19
  6. An auxin transport network underlies xylem bridge formation between the hemi-parasitic plant Phtheirospermum japonicum and host Arabidopsis
    Wakatake, T. & Ogawa, S. & Yoshida, S. & Shirasu, K. in "Development (Cambridge, England)"
    Friday 31 July 2020 06:58
  7. Chemome profiling and comparison of three Orobanche medicinal plants | 3种列当属药用植物化学成分比较分析
    Zhang, K. & Gong, X.-C. & Cao, L.-B. & Jia, J.-R. & Tu, P.-F. & Song, Q.-Q. & Song, Y.-L. in "Zhongguo Zhongyao Zazhi"
    Tuesday 28 July 2020 03:56
  8. Striga resistance and compatibility of maize genotypes to a biocontrol agent, Fusarium oxysporum f.sp.strigea
    Shayanowako, A.I.T. & Shimelis, H. & Laing, M.D. & Mwadzingeni, L. in "Journal of Crop Improvement"
    Sunday 19 July 2020 10:59
  9. Characterization of an endophytic bacterium (Pseudomonas aeruginosa), originating from tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.), and its ability to inhabit the parasitic weed Phelipanche aegyptiaca
    Iasur Kruh, L. & Bari, V.K. & Abu-Nassar, J. & Lidor, O. & Aly, R. in "Plant Signaling and Behavior"
    Sunday 19 July 2020 10:59
  10. Extensive gene loss in the plastome of holoparasitic plant Cistanche tubulosa (Orobanchaceae)
    Xu, W. & Chen, H. & Tian, L. & Jiang, M. & Yang, Q. & Wang, L. & Ahmad, B. & Huang, L. in "Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources"
    Saturday 18 July 2020 09:56
  11. Mining Sudanese Medicinal Plants for Antiprotozoal Agents
    Mahmoud, A.B. & Mäser, P. & Kaiser, M. & Hamburger, M. & Khalid, S. in "Frontiers in Pharmacology"
    Monday 13 July 2020 03:58
  12. Broomrape threat to agriculture
    Rubiales, D. in "Outlooks on Pest Management"
    Saturday 11 July 2020 00:00
  13. Auxin transport network underlies xylem bridge formation between the hemi-parasitic plant Phtheirospermum japonicum and host Arabidopsis
    Wakatake, T. & Ogawa, S. & Yoshida, S. & Shirasu, K. in "Development (Cambridge, England)"
    Wednesday 08 July 2020 08:56
  14. A multilocus phylogeny of the non-photosynthetic parasitic plant Cistanche (Orobanchaceae) refutes current taxonomy and identifies four major morphologically distinct clades
    Ataei, N. & Schneeweiss, G.M. & Angel García, M. & Krug, M. & Lehnert, M. & Valizadeh, J. & Quandt, D. in "Molecular phylogenetics and evolution"
    Wednesday 08 July 2020 08:56
  15. Witchweed's suicidal germination: Can slenderleaf help?
    Mwakha, F.A. & Budambula, N.L.M. & Neondo, J.O. & Gichimu, B.M. & Odari, E.O. & Kamau, P.K. & Odero, C. & Kibet, W. & Runo, S. in "Agronomy"
    Saturday 04 July 2020 06:56
  16. Native parasitic plants: Biological control for plant invasions?
    Těšitel, J. & Cirocco, R.M. & Facelli, J.M. & Watling, J.R. in "Applied Vegetation Science"
    Saturday 04 July 2020 06:56
  17. Plant science's next top models
    Cesarino, I. & Dello Ioio, R. & Kirschner, G.K. & Ogden, M.S. & Picard, K.L. & Rast-Somssich, M.I. & Somssich, M. in "Annals of botany"
    Saturday 27 June 2020 23:58
  18. Exploring Dittrichia viscosa (L.) Greuter phytochemical diversity to explain its antimicrobial, nematicidal and insecticidal activity
    Grauso, L. & Cesarano, G. & Zotti, M. & Ranesi, M. & Sun, W. & Bonanomi, G. & Lanzotti, V. in "Phytochemistry Reviews"
    Saturday 27 June 2020 02:58
  19. Cuscuta seeds: Diversity and evolution, value for systematics/identification and exploration of allometric relationships
    Olszewski, M. & Dilliott, M. & García-Ruiz, I. & Bendarvandi, B. & Costea, M. in "PLoS ONE"
    Friday 26 June 2020 01:03
  20. Generalist mistletoes and their hosts and potential hosts in an urban area in southwest China
    Ma, R. & Miao, N. & Zhang, H. & Tao, W. & Mao, K. & Moermond, T.C. in "Urban Forestry and Urban Greening"
    Thursday 25 June 2020 00:02

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