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2004, vol. 13, br. 1, str. 167-172
Uticaj viline kosice (cuscuta sp.) na troskot, polygonum aviculare l.
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Poljoprivredni fakultet
Ključne reči: Cuscuta sp.; Polygonum aviculare; parasite weeds; morphology; anatomy
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(ne postoji na srpskom)
Field dodder is a parasitic and heterotrophic flowering plant. This group of weeds has been studied relatively little even though they cause enormous damage to various crops each year. Available literature offers reference on the taxonomy, biodiversity and distribution of heterotrophic parasites, and provides data on plants hosting the field dodder species as parasites, but there are few reports on the relationship between the parasite and host-plant from a morpho-anatomical aspect. Anatomical research is especially important for understanding the local adaptation and the phenomenon of co evolution interaction of a parasite to host-plant. Biochemical and physiological relationship between parasites and host plants, have scientific value in terms of our general understanding of the parasite-host interaction, as well as a practical one by providing data that is essential for a more efficacy application of adequate control. We studied the basic characteristics of the relationship existing between the flowering plant known as field dodder and its host plant both at morphological and anatomical level.
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