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Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium)

Job Kuijt

Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium)

by Job Kuijt

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mistletoes.,
  • Parasitic plants.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 401-404.

    SeriesUniversity of California publications in botany,, v. 30, no. 5, University of California publications in botany ;, v. 30, no. 5.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK1 .C2 vol. 30 no. 5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination337-404 p.
    Number of Pages404
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5815494M
    LC Control Number60063403
    OCLC/WorldCa1184784

    Eastern Dwarf Mistletoe on Jack Pine in Manitoba by John G. Laut J. Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes. Univ. California Publ. in Bot. KUIJT, J. Critical observations on the parasitism of new world mistle-toes. Can. J. Botany POMERLEAU, R. Le gui de l'epinette noire dans. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

    The full text of this article hosted at is unavailable due to technical difficulties. Parasitic Plants The parasitic mode of existence is frequently encountered among all life forms, including flowering plants. In this discussion a plant will be considered parasitic only if it produces a haustorium, the modified root that forms the morphological and physiological link to another plant (the host). Some plants, such as the ghostly white Indian Pipe (Monotropa) are often called.

    Mistletoe is the English common name for most obligate hemiparasitic plants in the order are attached to their host tree or shrub by a structure called the haustorium, through which they extract water and nutrients from the host parasitic lifestyle has led to some dramatic changes in their metabolism. Dwarf mistletoe [Greek the infections remain localized, but in many species they later develop into witches' brooms, with the parasite inducing prolific branching of the host distal to the point of infection. [Agric. Handb. ] Kuijt, J. Dwarf mistletoes. Bot. Rev. (Lancaster) – Kuijt, J. Morphological aspects.


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Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium) by Job Kuijt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium). A general discussion of seed germination, seedling penetration, the development and morphological status of radicles and endophytic systems, the dynamics of broom formation and host/parasite by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kuijt, Job.

Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium). Berkeley, University of California Press, A Literature Review of the Dwarf Mistletoes (Arceuthobium). Dept. of Agriculture. 88 p. Kuijt, J. Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium).

University of Califórnia Press. 60 p. Kuijt, J. Revision of Dendrophthora (Loranthaceae). North-Holland Publishing Co. ISBN Education: University of Victoria. Abstract. Recognition of Parasitism in Santalales.

The earliest realisation of the phenomenon of parasitism in higher plants generally is difficult to pinpoint, and this is true also in Santalales (Kuijt ) even though mistletoes were known to some early : Job Kuijt, Bertel Hansen.

Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium). Two remarkable species of Phoradendron (Viscaceae) from the Oaxacan Author: Job Kuijt. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc J. Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arcelrtl~obirr?n). The obligate parasite eastern dwarf mistletoe cultured on a modified.

The brief period between seed dispersal and contact with living host tissues in mistletoes represents the only part of the life cycle that is not dependent on the host. Part of the The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants book series (FAMILIES Kuijt, J.

Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium. Features of Parasitism Morphology and Haustorial Anatomy in Loranthaceous Root Parasites B A FINERAN AND P J HOCKING I Introduction References. Aspects of the Nutrition of Root Parasitic Loranthaceae P J HOCKING AND B A FINERAN.

Introduction. Acquisition of Water and Nutrients from Host Plants Physiology of Mistletoe. Kuijt, J Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium).

Job Kuijt é um botânico, e micologista canadense, professor na University of Victoria [2] na Ilha Vancouver da Colúmbia Britânica e pesquisador associado do Missouri Botanical Garden.

[3] É pai do arqueólogo Ian Kuijt. [4]Kuijt é um reconhecido [5] taxonomista das ervas-de-passarinho da região neotropical. [6] [7] Ele foi premiado com uma Bolsa Guggenheim em Physiological Aspects of Parasitism in Mistletoes (Arceuthobium and Phoradendron) II.

The Photosynthetic Capacity of Mistletoe1 2 Richard J. Hul13 and Oliver A. Leonard Departmentof Botany,University of California, Davis In the preceding paper (7) it was noted that the true mistletoe, Phoradendron, derives very little if. The mistletoe genus Arceuthobium(Viscaceae) includes several species that exhibit a highly specialized parasitic strategy known as isophasic parasitism.

This strategy involves a growth synchrony between host and parasite, among other things, resulting in a predictable shoot-emergence pattern of the mistletoe with respect to host morphology. Infection of the endophytic system of Arceuthobium americanum parasitizing Pinus contorta var. latifolia by the fungus Colletotrichum gloeosporioides was assessed on naturally infected and inoculated localized dwarf mistletoe plants.

Two different techniques were utilized to attempt to inoculate C. gloeosporioides into the endophytic system: the fungus was applied as Stabileze formulated.

Abstract. Insect and wind pollination of Arceuthobium americanum, A. vaginatum subsp. cryptopodum, and A. cyanocarpum were studied. Dwarf mistletoes had 3 to 12 thousand pollen grains per flower; most pollen is shed in clusters of 60 to grains. There was no relationship between the amount of pollen caught on microslides and distance from the closest staminate plant, at least within the.

Host specificity has been investigated for centuries in mistletoes, viruses, insects, parasitoids, lice and flukes, yet it is poorly understood. Reviewing the numerous studies on mistletoe host specificity may contribute to our understanding of these plants and put into context the dynamics at work in root parasitic plants and animal parasites.

Cheryl A. Jerome, Bruce A. Ford, The discovery of three genetic races of the dwarf mistletoe Arceuthobium americanum (Viscaceae) provides insight into the evolution of parasitic angiosperms, Molecular Ecology, /jx, 11, 3, (), ().

REVIEWS Mistletoes as parasites: host specificity and speciation David A. Norton and Margaret A. Carpenter I t has been estimated that c.

1% of all angiosperm species are parasitic and that about 40% of plant parasites are shoot para- sites, parasitizing the above- ground parts of their host plants, while the other 60% are root para- sites1. The extensive literature on the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium) has been reviewed in a number of papers (17, 20, 32, 43).

Only literature per­ taining to taxonomy and related biological aspects is considered here. Arceuthobimn is a highly specialized and clearly defined genus of dicot­ yledonous parasites occurring on Pinaceae or Cupressaceae. These small leafless mistletoes are.

independent cases of isophasic parasitism represent the most highly evolved mode of parasitism in the flowering plants. LITERATURE CITED Kuijt, J.

Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium). Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. pl. Kuijt, J. Monograph of Phoradendron (Viscaceae). Syst. Bot. Mistletoe parasitism in exotic species often occurs (e.g.

Cazetta and Galetti,Norton and Carpenter,White et al., ) which indicates that some mistletoe species have been able to widen their host diversity with the arrival of new potential hosts. Investigating the phylogenetic relatedness and morphological similarity among. In a sense, these several, independent cases of isophasic parasitism represent the most highly evolved mode of parasitism in the flowering plants.

Recibido en febrero de Aceptado en marzo de LITERATURE CITED Kuijt, J. Morphological aspects of parasitism in the dwarf mistletoes (Arceuthobium). Univ. Calif.

Publ.Juniper dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium oxycedri (DC.)M. Bieb) is a semiparasitic species of Holarctic Cupressaceae hosts. This study updates the status of A. oxycedri and its hosts at the Crimean Peninsula, clearly defining them as principal (Eastern prickly juniper, Juniperus deltoides R.P. Adams), secondary (Greek juniper, J.

excelsa M. Bieb.), occasional (rare) (Oriental thuja, Platycladus.Parasitism by means of haustorial connections to a host is widespread in angiosperms, having arisen independently 10 or more times (Nickrent et al., ).The Santalales contains five families (), three of which have aerial parasites known as écot et al.

() have proposed a single origin of parasitism within the Santalales. Our research is focused on the largest and most.