Mycoheterotrophic Plants

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Literature

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M. Girlanda, Selosse, M. - A., Cafasso, D., Brilli, F., Delfine, S., Fabbian, R., Ghignone, S., Pinelli, P., Segreto, R., Loreto, F., Cozzolino, S., Perotto, S.2006Inefficient photosynthesis in the Mediterranean orchid Limodorum abortivum is mirrored by specific association to ectomycorrhizal Russulaceae.
D. R. Given1981Rare and endangered plants of New Zealand
H. A. Gleason1963The new Britton and Brown illustrated flora of the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada
H. A. Gleason1929Studies on the flora of northern South A merica-XI. New or noteworthy monocotyledons from British Guiana
K. Goebel1933Die Wurzel
K. Goebel1933Rückbildung der Sprosse bei Parasiten und Saprophyten
K. Goebel1892Archegoniatenstudien. 1. Die einfachste Form der Moose
K. Goebel, Süssenguth K.1924Beiträge zur Kenntnis der südamerikanischen Burmanniaceen
P. Goldblatt1990Phylogeny and classification of Iridaceae
P. Goldblatt, Manning J. C.2010Iridaceae - Geosiris albiflora (Geosiridoideae), a new species from the Comoro Archipelago
P. Goldblatt, Manning, J. C., Rudall, P.1998Iridaceae
P. Goldblatt, Rodriguez, A., Powell, M. P., Davies, T. J., Manning, J. C., van der Bank, M., Savolainen, V.2008Iridaceae ‘Out of Australasia’? Phylogeny, biogeography, and divergence time based on plastid DNA sequences
P. Goldblatt, Rudall, P., Cheadle, V. I., Dorr, L. J., Wiliams, C. A.1987Affinities of the madagascan endemic Geosiris, Iridaceae or Geosiridaceae
S. I. F. Gomes, Aguirre-Gutiérrez, J., Bidartondo, M. I., Merckx, V. S. F. T.2016Arbuscular mycorrhizal interactions of mycoheterotrophic Thismia are more specialized than in autotrophic plants
R. Govaerts, Wilkin, P., Saunders, R. M. K.2007World Checklist of Dioscoreales - Yams and their allies
S. W. Graham, Lam, V. K. Y., Merckx, V. S. F. T.2017Plastomes on the edge: the evolutionary breakdown of mycoheterotroph plastid genomes
W. C. Graib1912LVI. Contributions to the flora of Siam. II. List of siamese plants, with descriptions of new species
N. E. Gray1960A taxonomic revision of Podocarpus, XII Section Microcarpus
A. Gray1885Contributions to the botany of North America
A. Gray1879Botanical contributions
A. Gray1871Characters of a new genus consisting of two species of parasitic Gentianeae
A. Gray1868Characters of new plants of California and elsewhere, principally of those collected by H. N. Bolander in the State Geological Survey
B. Gray, Low Y. W.2017First record of Geosiris (Iridaceae: Geosiridoideae) from Australasia: a new record and a new species from the wet tropics of Queensland, Australia
E. L. Greene1894Novitates occidentalis - VII
W. Griffith1854Salomonia
W. Griffith1851Vanillaceae
W. Griffith1845On the root-parasites referred by authors to Rhizantheaeand on various plants related to them
W. Griffith1844Thismia Brunonis and Salomonia aphylla
A. H. R. Grisebach1866CVI. Gentianeae
A. H. R. Grisebach1866CXXXIX. Burmanniaceae
A. H. R. Grisebach1864Gentianeae
A. H. R. Grisebach1864Burmanniaceae
A. H. R. Grisebach1839Genera et species Gentianearum
A. H. R. Grisebach1845Gentianaceae
A. H. R. Grisebach1845Voyria
A. H. R. Grisebach1854Gentianaceae
J. P. Groenendijk, van Dulmen, A. T. J., Bouman, F.1997The "forest floor" saprophytes Voyria spruceana and V. aphylla (Gentianaceae) growing as epiphytes in Colombian Amazonia
P. Groom1895On a new saprophytic monocotyledon
P. Groom1895On Thismia aseroe (Beccari) and its mycorhiza
P. Groom1895Contribution to the knowledge of monocotyledonous saprophytes
P. Groom1892On the embryo of Petrosavia, Beccari
A. J. Grout1938Moss Flora of North America North of Mexico
F. A. G. Guilherme, Coelho, C. P., Smidt, E. C., Gomes, D. C., Souza, L. F.2016Thismia panamensis: first record of Thismiaceae for the Brazilian Cerrado in Goias state
L. D. Gómez1982Plantae mesoamericanae novae VI
L. D. Gómez1986Vegetación de Costa Rica
E. Haber1987Variability, distribution and systematics of Pyrola picta s.l. (Ericaceae) in Western North America
G. Haberlandt1886Beiträge zur Anatomie und Physiologie der Laubmoose
G. Hadley1986Mycorrhizas of heterotrophic plants
M. Hamada1939Studien über die Mykorrhiza von Galeola septentrionalis Reichb.f. - Ein neuer Fall der Mykorrhiza-Bildung durch intraradicale Rhizomorpha
M. Hamada, Nakamura S. I.1963Wurzelsymbiose von Galeola altissima Reichb. f., einer chlorophyllfreien Orchidee, mit dem holzzerstörenden Pilz Hymenochaete crocicreas Berk. et Br.

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