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- Wolfe, Andrea D, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- American journal of botany 2013 v.100 no.5 pp. 971-983
- Orobanchaceae; biogeochemical cycles; biomass; hosts; internal transcribed spacers; loci; parasitism; phylogeny; weeds
- ... • Premise: Orobanchaceae are a family of angiosperms that range from fully autotrophic and free-living to completely heterotrophic and dependent on their hosts (holoparasites). Most of the ca. 2060 species are hemiparasites that photosynthesize throughout all or part of their life cycles. Certain family members are ecologically important due to direct impacts on community biomass and diversity, pl ...