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The biology of non-weedy hemiparasitic Orobanchaceae: Synthesis and perspectives

Bibliographic reference Wesselingh, Renate A. ; van Groenendael, Jan M.. The biology of non-weedy hemiparasitic Orobanchaceae: Synthesis and perspectives. In: Folia Geobotanica, Vol. 40, no. 2-3, p. 311-318 (2005)
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