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Host-parasite relationship in Cistanche spp. Hoffmgg. et Link



Host-parasite relationship in Cistanche spp. Hoffmgg. et Link



Proceedings of the 6th International Colloquium on Weed Ecology, Biology and Systematics, organized by COLUMA EWRS, Montpellier, 1980 (Volume II): 337-345



Cistanche violacea, found in the wild parasitizing a wide range of species, mostly Chenopodiaceae, and C. phelypaea, found parasitizing Tamarix aphylla principally, were studied. They are root parasites of the Orobanchaceae family. In germination trials very few seeds germinated spontaneously; application of conc. host exudate, host root extract and a mixture of growth regulators failed to stimulate germination of most seeds.

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