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Studies on Cuscuta reflexa Roxb. V. The level of endogenous hormones in the parasite, Cuscuta reflexa, and its host, Vicia faba L., and a suggested role in the transfer of nutrients from host to parasite



Studies on Cuscuta reflexa Roxb. V. The level of endogenous hormones in the parasite, Cuscuta reflexa, and its host, Vicia faba L., and a suggested role in the transfer of nutrients from host to parasite



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