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APSnet Education Center - Introductions to the Major Pathogen Groups - Introduction to Parasitic Flowering Plants
... Dodder (Lauraceae-Laurel Family) Cuscuta, Dodder (Convolvulaceae-Morning Glory Family) Orobanchaceae (Broomrape Family) Striga (Witchweeds-Broomrape Family) Orobanche (Broomrapes-Broomrape Family) Sandalwood Parasites Loranthaceae (Showy Mistletoe Family) Santalaceae (Sandalwood Family) Viscaceae (Christmas Mistletoe Family) Cassytha, Laurel Dodder (Lauraceae-Laurel Family) Cassytha is ...
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Index to Families
... Family Pteridaceae Broomrape Family Orobanchaceae Buckthorn Family Rhamnaceae Buckwheat Family Polygonaceae Buttercup Family Ranunculaceae Carpet-weed Family Molluginaceae Carrot Family Apiaceae Cashew Family Anacardiaceae Cattail Family Typhaceae Composite Family Asteraceae Cypress Family Cupressaceae Datisca Family Datiscaceae Deer Fern Family Blechnaceae Dodder Family Cuscutaceae Dogbane Family ...
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Dicotyledons
... Family Oleaceae: Olive Family Onagraceae: Evening-primrose Family Orobanchaceae: Broomrape Family Papaveraceae: Poppy Family Plantaginaceae: Plantain Family Platanaceae: Sycamore Family Polemoniaceae: Phlox Family Polygonaceae: Buckwheat Family Portulacaceae: Purslane Family Primulaceae: Primrose Family Ranunculaceae: Buttercup or Crowfoot Family Rhamnaceae: Buckthorn Family Rosaceae: Rose Family ...
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MBG: Photo Essays: Plants of northwestern Yunnan, China
... trip to northwestern Yunnan to find, among other things, Boschniakia himalaica, a member of the broomrape family (Orobanchaceae) and a root-parasite of Rhododendron species. George and a colleague had been studying ...
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Wildcrafting Ethics
... Broomrape, Orobanche sp., Coral Roots, Corallorhiza sp., and Indian Pipe, Monotropa uniflora. Other "no picks" include the Orchid Family (Orchidaceae) and almost all the Lily Family (Liliaceae). The Orchid Family includes Calypso Orchid, Calypso bulbosa, and the Rein Orchids, Habenaria sp. The Lily Family ...
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Wayne P. Armstrong Bibliography
... ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1983 RARE PLANTS II: REDISCOVERING THE ROCK CREEK BROOMRAPE FREMONTIA 11 (1): 16-18 52 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 1983 ... PRIVATE LIMITED, SINGAPORE 192 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2002 LEMNACEAE: DUCKWEED FAMILY (pp. 542-544) In: Baldwin, et al. (Eds.), JEPSON DESERT MANUAL ... KOSMOS VERLAG, GERMANY 201 ARMSTRONG, W.P. 2004 LEMNACEAE: DUCKWEED FAMILY (pp. 454-456) In: N.Smith, et al. (Eds.), FlOWERING ...
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Mr. Wolffia
... States and other countries. His research interests include the taxonomy of the duckweed family (Lemnaceae), California floristics, post-burn plant succession, lichen symbiosis, fig pollination, tropical drift ... Botany 110 field trip to Anza-Borrego Desert. Right: Discovering the unusual parasitic broomrape Orobanche corymbosa attached to the roots of sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) in the subalpine ...
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Lowenfels Family Nature Trail
... Garden Club Educational Booklet Volunteer Opportunities Articles and Gardening Resources Gardening Links Lowenfels Family Nature Trail and Trail Guide The 1.1-mile trail is accessible at ... along the trail are: Iditarod Trail Horsetail - Equisetum arvense High Bush Cranberry - Viburnum edule Broomrape - Boschniakia rossica Devil's Club - Echinopanax horridum Spruce Beetle: A villain or just ...
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Code of conduct for the conservation and enjoyment of wild plants
... for educational purposes or gather wild food for individual or family use. It does not address commercial gathering of plant material ... Orchid Orobanche artemisiae-campestris Oxtongue Broomrape O. caryophyllacea Bedstraw Broomrape O. reticulata Thistle Broomrape Petroraghia nanteuilii Childing Pink ...
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Species list
... -Z] Common name [A-Z] Family Lathraea squamaria Toothwort Orobanchaceae Lathraea clandestina Purple Toothwort Orobanchaceae Orobanche alba Thyme Broomrape Orobanchaceae Orobanche hederae Ivy Broomrape Orobanchaceae Orobanche minor Common Broomrape Orobanchaceae National Museums and Galleries ...
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