Potentilla recta 7 2 Raphanus raphanistrum 6 13 Rhinanthus
For example, restricted dispersal of Vaccinium myrtillus, Rhinanthus
minor, Rumex acetosa, Cicerbita alpina, Trollius europaeus and Campanula thyrsoides appears to be the foremost reason for the patchy distribution, because seeds added manually to unoccupied sites resulted in successful germination (Lindgren et al, 2007; Frei et al.
stojanovii, Pastinaca hirsuta, Potentilla inclinata, Plantago holosteum, Rhinanthus
rumelicus, Trifolium velenovskyi, Dianthus cruentus, Viola tricolor subsp.
The first responses during haustorial initiation are cortical enlargement and increasing cell division, resulting in lateral or apical protuberances in the parasite root similar to other Orobanchaceae, such as Bartsia, Lathraea, Melampyrum, Pedicularis and Rhinanthus
(Heckard 1962, Dobbins & Kuijt 1973a, Weber & Weberling 1975, Riopel & Timko 1995).
Where grasses are outcompeting with flowers, introduce a semi-parasitic plant such as Rhinanthus
minor, known as yellow rattle, which reduces the vigour of grassland plantings.
Facilitating grassland diversification using the hemiparasitic plant Rhinanthus
A one-way bias in ethological isolation, where barriers to pollen flow between the two species are not symmetrical, has also been observed in the relationship between Bombus and Rhinanthus
The latest addition to the meadow, seen for the first time last year, is the Yellow Rattle, Rhinanthus
minor, that is one of the true indicators of a successful wild flower meadow.
The unim proved Takeley Meadows are very herb-rich, containing uncommon Essex plants such as pyramidal orchid Anacamptis pyramidalis, spiny restharrow Ononis spinosa and yellow-rattle Rhinanthus
Reciprocal parasitization in Rhinanthus
serotinus: a model system of physiological integration in clonal plants.
Asturica Erigeron alpinus Ranunculus thora Rhinanthus
minor Pinguicula grandiflora Viola biflora Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Campanula rotundifolia Omalotheca hoppeana Nardus stricta Thalictrum minus Altitude (l=10m) 193 193 204 204 210 197 211 Area ([m.
The host range and selectivity of a parasitic plant: Rhinanthus