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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. Control of branched broomrape (Orobanche ramosa L.) in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) by olive cake and olive mill waste water
    Qasem, J.R. in "Crop Protection"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  2. Astringent drugs for bleedings and diarrhoea: The history of Cynomorium coccineum (Maltese Mushroom)
    Leonti, M. & Bellot, S. & Zucca, P. & Rescigno, A. in "Journal of Ethnopharmacology"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  3. Broomrape infestation in carrot (Daucus carota): Changes in carotenoid gene expression and carotenoid accumulation in the parasitic weed Phelipanche aegyptiaca and its host
    Emran, S. & Nawade, B. & Yahyaa, M. & Abu Nassar, J. & Tholl, D. & Eizenberg, H. & Ibdah, M. in "Scientific Reports"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  4. Life history evolution, species differences, and phenotypic plasticity in hemiparasitic eyebrights (Euphrasia)
    Brown, M.R. & Frachon, N. & Wong, E.L.Y. & Metherell, C. & Twyford, A.D. in "American Journal of Botany"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  5. Tree growth declines and mortality were associated with a parasitic plant during warm and dry climatic conditions in a temperate coniferous forest ecosystem
    Bell, D.M. & Pabst, R.J. & Shaw, D.C. in "Global Change Biology"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  6. Ecological consequences of parasite host shifts under changing environments: More than a change of partner
    Mellado, A. & Zamora, R. in "Journal of Ecology"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  7. Seed dressing maize with imazapyr to control Striga hermonthica in farmers’ fields in the savannas of Nigeria
    Kamara, A.Y. & Menkir, A. & Chikoye, D. & Solomon, R. & Tofa, A.I. & Omoigui, L.O. in "Agriculture (Switzerland)"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  8. Inorganic fertilizer use efficiency of millet crop increased with organic fertilizer application in rainfed agriculture on smallholdings in central Senegal
    Tounkara, A. & Clermont-Dauphin, C. & Affholder, F. & Ndiaye, S. & Masse, D. & Cournac, L. in "Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  9. Unique bacterial assembly, composition, and interactions in a parasitic plant and its host
    Fitzpatrick, C.R. & Schneider, A.C. in "Journal of experimental botany"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  10. Crystal structure and biochemical characterization of Striga hermonthica HYPO-SENSITIVE TO LIGHT 8 (ShHTL8) in strigolactone signaling pathway
    Zhang, Y. & Wang, D. & Shen, Y. & Xi, Z. in "Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  11. SHR4z, a novel decoy effector from the haustorium of the parasitic weed Striga gesnerioides, suppresses host plant immunity
    Su, C. & Liu, H. & Wafula, E.K. & Honaas, L. & de Pamphilis, C.W. & Timko, M.P. in "New Phytologist"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  12. The Many Models of Strigolactone Signaling
    Bürger, M. & Chory, J. in "Trends in Plant Science"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  13. Are root parasitic plants like any other plant pathogens?
    Delavault, P. in "New Phytologist"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  14. Concurrent carbon and nitrogen transfer between hemiparasite Santalum album and two N<inf>2</inf>-fixing hosts in a sandalwood plantation
    Lu, J.K. & Li, Z.S. & Yang, F.C. & Wang, S.K. & Liang, J.F. & He, X.H. in "Forest Ecology and Management"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  15. Chemical identification of 18-hydroxycarlactonoic acid as an LjMAX1 product and in planta conversion of its methyl ester to canonical and non-canonical strigolactones in Lotus japonicus
    Mori, N. & Sado, A. & Xie, X. & Yoneyama, K. & Asami, K. & Seto, Y. & Nomura, T. & Yamaguchi, S. & Yoneyama, K. & Akiyama, K. in "Phytochemistry"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  16. Plants make galls to accommodate foreigners: some are friends, most are foes
    Harris, M.O. & Pitzschke, A. in "New Phytologist"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  17. A new race of sunflower broomrape (Orobanche cumana) with a wider host range due to changes in seed response to strigolactones
    Dor, E. & Plakhine, D. & Joel, D.M. & Larose, H. & Westwood, J.H. & Smirnov, E. & Ziadna, H. & Hershenhorn, J. in "Weed Science"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  18. The first plastid genome of the holoparasitic genus prosopanche (Hydnoraceae)
    Jost, M. & Naumann, J. & Rocamundi, N. & Cocucci, A.A. & Wanke, S. in "Plants"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  19. Race structure of cowpea witchweed (Striga gesnerioides) in West Africa and its implications for Striga resistance breeding of cowpea
    Ohlson, E.W. & Timko, M.P. in "Weed Science"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21
  20. Genomics of sorghum local adaptation to a parasitic plant
    Bellis, E.S. & Kelly, E.A. & Lorts, C.M. & Gao, H. & DeLeo, V.L. & Rouhan, G. & Budden, A. & Bhaskara, G.B. & Hu, Z. & Muscarella, R. & Timko, M.P. & Nebie, B. & Runo, S.M. & Chilcoat, N.D. & Juenger, T.E. & Morris, G.P. & dePamphilis, C.W. & Lasky, J.R. in "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America"
    Tuesday 07 April 2020 17:21

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