Palabras Clave: afido o pulgon de la raiz de frijol; orobanque ramificado; planta holoparasitaria; haustoria
Students demonstrating (A) Dodder, a plant unfamiliar competency in evolutionary species, have haustoria
. taxa/traits reasoning using familiar How would biologists taxa/traits often have explain how the dodder difficulty abstracting species with haustoria
their thinking to evolved from the ancestral unfamiliar cases (e.g., species that lack dodder haustoria
Haustorial initiation percentage was calculated at 5 d by dividing the number of germinated striga seed having recognizable haustoria
by the number of germinated weed seeds within the 3-mm sorghum root zone.
Cells of the mycobiont fit together tightly like cobblestones on a walkway, extended haustoria
into the Physolinum cells, and contained concentric bodies.
Its root-like organs, called haustoria
, seek out the roots of nearby crops, then rob them of water, nutrients, and life.
infests its host by coiling around the host stem or leaf and sending haustoria
into the host's vascular system (Kelly 1992).
Fungi attack algal filaments by specialized hyphal branches, or haustoria
, and often continue to grow inside algal filaments.
Mildew hyphae grow on the exterior of the plant and remove nutrients from their host via haustoria
sent into epidermal cells.
The role of degrading enzymes are very important in mycoparasitism process that enable Trichoderma to derive the nutrients from the host via haustoria
(Kubicek et al., 2001; Verma et al., 2007; Saba et al., 2012).
The parasite seedlings then infect the nearby host roots forming haustoria
Interface between haustoria
of parasitic members of the Scrophulariaceae and their hosts: A histochemical and immunocytochemical approach.