Mycoheterotrophic Plants

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J. A. Hancock, Brassard G. R.1974Element content of moss sporophytes: Buxbaumia aphylla
J. A. Hancock, Brassard G. R.1974Phenology, sporophyte production, and life history of Buxbaumia aphylla in Newfoundland, Canada.
J. A. Hancock, Brassard G. R.1973Buxbaumia aphylla Hedw. in southeastern Newfoundland, Canada
H. Hansgirg1903Phyllobiologie. Nebst Übersicht der biologischen Blatt-Typen
H. Hara1975A new species of Cotylanthera (Gentianaceae) from Philippines, with a conspectus of the genus
H. Hara1965New or noteworthy flowering plants from eastern Himalaya (4)
H. Hara1961New or noteworthy flowering plants from eastern Himalaya (1)
H. Hara1941Monotropastrum globosum H. Andres
H. Hara1938Preliminary report on the flora of southern Hidaka, Hokkaido (Yezo), XXXV
J. L. Harley1969The biology of mycorrhiza
T. Hashimoto1990A taxonomic review of the Japanese Lecanorchis (Orchidaceae)
T. Hashimoto1989Taxonomic miscellanies of orchidaceous plants
Y. Hashimoto, Fukukawa, S., Kunishi, A., Suga, H., Richard, F., Sauve, M., Selosse, A.2012Mycoheterotrophic germination of Pyrola asarifolia dust seeds reveals convergences with germination in orchids
E. D. Hatch1963Notes on New Zealand Orchids - II
S. Hatusima1976Two new species of Burmanniaceae from Japan
B. Hayata1920Orchideae
B. Hayata1916Orchideae
B. Hayata1915Burmanniaceae
B. Hayata1911Materials for a Flora of Formosa - Orchideae
C. Hazard, Lilleskov, E. A., Horton, T. R.2012Is rarity of pinedrops (Pterospora andromedea) in eastern North America linked to rarity of its unique fungal symbiont
J. Hedwig1801Species Muscorum Frondosorum descriptae et tabulis aeneis LXXVII coloratis illustratae
R. Hegnauer1966Gentianaceae
A. A. Heller1913New combinations - XI
A. A. Heller1898Catalogue of North American Plants North of Mexico, exclusive of the lower Cryptogams
W. Hemsley1912Sciaphila australasica
W. Hemsley1907Two new Triuridaceae, with some remarks on the genus Sciaphila, Blume
M. W. Henderson1919A comparative study of the structure and saprophytism of the Pyrolaceae and Monotropaceae with reference to their derivation from the Ericaceae
F. N. Hepper1968Burmanniaceae
F. N. Hepper1968Triuridaceae
D. S. Hibbett2002When good relationships go bad
J. Hill1756The British Herbal: An history of plants and trees, native of Britain, cultivated for uses, or raised for beauty
E. G. Hirce, Finocchio A. F.1972Stem and root anatomy of Monotropa uniflora
G. W. C. Ho, Mar, S. S., Saunders, R. M. K.2009Thismia tentaculata (Burmanniaceae tribe Thismieae) from Hong Kong: first record of the genus and tribe from continental China
B. P. G. Hochreutiner1925Plantae Hochreutineranae - étude systématique et biologique
J. E. Holloway1921Further studies on the prothallus, embryo,and young sporophyte of Tmesipteris
T. Holm1906Bartonia, Muehl. An anatomical study
T. Holm1898Pyrola aphylla: a morphological study
T. Holm1897Obolaria virginica L.: A morphological and anatomical study
H. Honda1931Nuntia ad floram Japoniae XIV
J. D. Hooker1890The flora of British India
J. D. Hooker1888The flora of British India, Vol. 5, Part 15
J. D. Hooker1862Illustrations of the flora of the Maylayan archipelago and of tropical Africa
J. D. Hooker1855Illustrations of Himalayan plants
W. J. Hooker1840Apteria orobanchoides
W. J. Hooker1840Flora Boreali-Americana, Vol. 2
W. J. Hooker1830Vohiria
W. Hooker1825Monotropa uniflora
Bentham, G.1849CIII. Burmanniaceae
Clarke, C. B.1885Gentianaceae
J. D. Hooker1887Cheilotheca malayana Scort.


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