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Broader Terms:
   Lamiales 
   Orobanchaceae (broomrape) 
   Scrophulariaceae (figwort) 
   Scrophulariales 

More Specific:
   Aeginetia 
   Alectra 
   Amblatum 
   Anblatum 
   Anoplanthus 
   Anoplon 
   Aphyllon 
   Boschniakia (groundcone) 
   Boulardia 
   Brandisia 
   Buchnereae 
   Bungea 
   Catodiacrum 
   Centronota 
   Ceratocalyx 
   Christisonia 
   Cistanche 
   Clevelandia (arrow gobies) 
   Conopholis (squawroot) 
   Cycnium (Cycnium) 
   Cymbaria 
   Diphelypaea 
   Epifagus (beechdrops) 
   Escobedia 
   Esterhazya 
   Gasparinia 
   Gleadovia 
   Graderia 
   Gymnocaulis 
   Harveya 
   Hyobanche 
   Kopsiopsis 
   Lathraea 
   Leptamnium 
   Lindenbergia 
   Mairella 
   Mannafettaea 
   Monochasma 
   Mylanche 
   Myzorrhiza 
   Necranthus 
   Oligopholis 
   Ophiocephalus 
   Orobanchaceae (broomrape) 
   Orobanche (broomrape) 
   Orobancheae 
   Phacellanthus 
   Phelipanche 
   Phelypaea 
   Phtheirospermum 
   Platypholis 
   Polyclonos 
   Radamaea 
   Rhinantheae 
   Rhynchocorys 
   Siphonostegia 
   Sopubia 
   Thalesia 
   Tienmuia 
   Tomanthera 
   Tozzia 
   Xylanche 
   Xylocalyx 
   kopsia 
 
 
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Orobanchaceae
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Common Names: broomrape



1.  A multilocus phylogeny of the non-photosynthetic parasitic plant Cistanche (Orobanchaceae) refutes current taxonomy and identifies four major morphologically distinct clades.LinkIT
Ataei N, Schneeweiss GM, García MA, Krug M, Lehnert M, Valizadeh J, Quandt D
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2020
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2.  Fatty acid composition in seeds of holoparasitic Orobanchaceae from the Caucasus region: Relation to species, climatic conditions and nutritional value.LinkIT
Rura? K, Piwowarczyk R, Gajdo? P, Krasylenko Y, ?ertík M
Phytochemistry, 2020
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3.  Host-parasite tissue adhesion by a secreted type of ?-1,4-glucanase in the parasitic plant Phtheirospermum japonicum.LinkIT
Kurotani KI, Wakatake T, Ichihashi Y, Okayasu K, Sawai Y, Ogawa S, Cui S, Suzuki T, Shirasu K, Notaguchi M
Communications biology, 2020
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4.  An auxin transport network underlies xylem bridge formation between the hemi-parasitic plant Phtheirospermum japonicum and host Arabidopsis.LinkIT
Wakatake T, Ogawa S, Yoshida S, Shirasu K
Development (Cambridge, England), 2020
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5.  Phytochemical parasite-host relations and interactions: A Cistanche armena case study.LinkIT
Piwowarczyk R, Ochmian I, Lachowicz S, Kapusta I, Sotek Z, B?aszak M
The Science of the total environment, 2020
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6.  The loss of photosynthesis pathway and genomic locations of the lost plastid genes in a holoparasitic plant Aeginetia indica.LinkIT
Chen J, Yu R, Dai J, Liu Y, Zhou R
BMC plant biology, 2020
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7.  Unique bacterial assembly, composition, and interactions in a parasitic plant and its host.LinkIT
Fitzpatrick CR, Schneider AC
Journal of experimental botany, 2020
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8.  Phytochemical composition and biological activities of Orobanche crenata Forssk.: a review.LinkIT
Genovese C, D'Angeli F, Attanasio F, Caserta G, Scarpaci KS, Nicolosi D
Natural product research, 2020
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9.  Life history evolution, species differences, and phenotypic plasticity in hemiparasitic eyebrights (Euphrasia).LinkIT
Brown MR, Frachon N, Wong ELY, Metherell C, Twyford AD
American journal of botany Am J Bot Life history evolution, species differences, and phenotypic plasticity in hemiparasitic eyebrights (Euphrasia). 456-465 10.1002/ajb2.1445 Species delimitation in parasitic organisms is challenging because traits used to identify species are often plastic and vary depending on the host. Here, we use species from a recent radiation of generalist hemiparasitic Euphrasia to investigate trait variation and trait plasticity. We tested whether Euphrasia species show reliable trait differences, investigated whether these differences correspond to life history trade-offs between growth and reproduction, and quantified plasticity in response to host species. Common garden experiments were used to evaluate trait differences between 11 Euphrasia taxa grown on a common host, document phenotypic plasticity when a single Euphrasia species is grown on eight different hosts, and relate observations to trait differences recorded in the wild. Euphrasia exhibited variation in life history strategies; some individuals transitioned rapidly to flowering at the expense of early season growth, while others invested in vegetative growth and delayed flowering. Life history differences were present between some species, though many related taxa lacked clear trait differences. Species differences were further blurred by phenotypic plasticity-many traits were plastic and changed with host type or between environments. Phenotypic plasticity in response to host and environment confounds species delimitation in Euphrasia. When grown in a common garden environment, some morphologically distinct taxa can be identified, though others represent morphologically similar shallow segregates. Trait differences present between some species and populations demonstrate the rapid evolution of distinct life history strategies in response to local ecological conditions. ¬© 2020 Botanical Society of America. Brown Max R MR 0000-0003-2561-516X University of Edinburgh, Institute of Evolutionary Biology, Charlotte Auerbach Road, Edinburgh, EH9 3FL, UK. Frachon Natacha N Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, 20A Inverleith Row, Edinburgh, EH3 5LR, UK. Wong Edgar L Y ELY Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RB, UK. Metherell Chris C Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland, 4 High Firs Crescent, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 1NA, UK. Twyford Alex D AD 0000-0002-8746-6617 University of Edinburgh, Institute of Evolutionary Biology, Charlotte Auerbach Road, Edinburgh, EH9 3FL, UK. Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, 20A Inverleith Row, Edinburgh, EH3 5LR, UK. eng NE/L011336/1 NERC International NE/R010609/1 NERC International RESAS International BBSRC International Journal Article Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't 2020 03 04 United States Am J Bot 0370467 0002-9122 IM Adaptation, Physiological Euphrasia Phenotype Reproduction Species Specificity Orobanchaceae flowering time host range life history evolution parasitic plants phenotypic plasticity 2019 10 23 2019 12 04 2020 3 7 6 0 2020 5 6 6 0 2020 3 6 6 0 ppublish 32133624 10.1002/ajb2.1445 LITERATURE CITED, 2020</i></font><br><font color=#008000>http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=0<br></font></span><br>10.  <a href=http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=0 class=title>Proton NMR and HR-LC/MS based phytochemical analysis of methanolic fraction of <i>Alectra parasitica</i> A. 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