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Host-parasite relationship in Cistanche (Orobanchaceae)



Host-parasite relationship in Cistanche (Orobanchaceae)



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Cistanche violacea occurs on a wide range of hosts, mostly in the family Chenopodiaceae, and C. phelypaea is found mainly on Tamarix aphylla. In the present study, a fabric bag containing C. phelypaea seeds was placed close to the roots of T. aphylla. The host root grew towards the parasite seed and penetrated it. Within the seed, the host root enlarged, produced root hair-like structures and became associated with callus tissue developing from the embryo of the parasite.

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