This book is intended for plant scientists, university lecturers and students, agronomists and weed specialists, breeders and farmers, extension personnel and experts in tropical and subtropical agriculture. Daniel M. Joel , Jonathan Gressel , Lytton J. The Orobanchaceae and Their Parasitic Mechanisms. The Weedy Orobanchaceae and Their Control.
Bandaranayake and John I. The physiology of the established parasite-host association James H. Host reaction to attack by root parasitic plants Michael P. Timko and Julie D. Seed production and dispersal in the Orobanchaceae Daniel M. Joel References. The seed and the seedling Daniel M.
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Changing host specificities: by mutational changes or epigenetic reprogramming? Toby J. Bruce and Jonathan Gressel. Phylogenetic relationships and evolutionary trends in Orobanchaceae Gerald M.
Ecology of hemi-parasitic Orobanchaceae with special reference to their interaction with plant communities Duncan D. Cameron and Gareth K. Rich and Gebisa Ejeta. Integrated agronomic management of parasitic weed seed banks Yaakov Goldwasser and Jonne Rodenburg. Ephrath, and Fred Kanampiu.
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Images Additional images. About this book Internationally recognized leading scientists provide a comprehensive account of the current knowledge on all aspects of the parasitic syndrome within the Orobanchaceae and of the available means for parasitic weed management. Contents 1.