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Host-parasite interactions in higher plants

Host-parasite interactions in higher plants

Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology New Series Volume 12C Physiological plant ecology III Responses to the chemical and biological environment: 519-535

The evolution, nutrition, host specificity, host recognition and resistance of parasitic plants are reviewed.

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