Mycoheterotrophic Plants

How many of them are there?

Literature

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
L. Dominguez, Sersic, A., Melville, L., Peterson, R. L.2005'Prepackaged symbioses': propagules on roots of the myco-heterotrophic plant Arachnitis uniflora
C. H. Weber1984'Radix Gentianae': Vom Enziandestillat zur Grundlagenforschung
T. Makino1890(In Japanese font)
K. Suetsugu2015(The mysterious life of plants that have lost their photosyntheitic ability and eat fungi) (in Japanese)
R. Schlechter191110. Aphyllorchis Bl.
J. Hutchinson1967100. Polygalaceae
H. J. N. Crantz17661096. Hypopitys
J. Hutchinson, Dalziel J. M.1927126. Gentianaceae
G. Gebauer, Meyer M.200315N and 13C natural abundance of autotrophic and myco-heterotrophic orchids provides insight into nitrogen and carbon gain from fungal association
V. Merckx, Stöckel, M., Fleischmann, A., Bruns, T. D., Gebauer, G.201015N and 13C natural abundance of two mycoheterotrophic and a putative partially mycoheterotrophic species associated with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
J. Hutchinson, Dalziel J. M.1936179. Burmanniaceae
J. Hutchinson, Dalziel J. M.1936180. Thismiaceae
Summerhayes, V. S.1936181. Orchidaceae
S. - C. Chen, Gale, S. W., Cribb, P. J., Ormerod, P.200919. Odontochilus
R. Schlechter191122. Cystorchis
J. J. Smith19273. Orchidaceae
R. Schlechter1924394. Ophiomeris macahensis ex Sertum antillanum XX
C. S. Rafinesque1836439. Ciminalis
A. Koorders-Schumacher191350. Familie Orchidaceae: Galeola kawakami J. Smith
C. H. Wright1897546. Gymnosiphon squamatum
T. Durand, Schinz H.189561. Disa
C. Sprengel1825621. Lita
C. H. Persoon1805634. Vohiria
C. S. Rafinesque1836893. Nemitis
R. Schlechter19119. Lecanorchis Bl.
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T. Nuttall1822A catalogue of a collection of plants made in East Florida, during the month of October and November, 1821, by A. Ware
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M. W. Chase, Soltis, D. E., S., S. P., Rudall, P. J., Fay, M. F., Hahn, W. J., Sullivan, S., Joseph, J., Givnish, T., Sytsma, K. J., Price, C.2000A combined analysis of multiple datasets and a new phylogenetic classification of the monocotyledons.
J. G. Duckett, Ligrone R.2005A comparative cytological analysis of fungal endophytes inthe sporophyte rhizomes and vascularized gametophytes of Tmesipteris and Psilotum
M. W. Henderson1919A comparative study of the structure and saprophytism of the Pyrolaceae and Monotropaceae with reference to their derivation from the Ericaceae
K. Pocock, Duckett J. G.1984A comparative ultrastructural analysis of the fungal endophytes in Cryptothallus mirabilis Malm. and other british thalloid hepatics
R. Ligrone, Pocock, K., Duckett, J. G.1993A comparative ultrastructural study of endophytic basidiomycetes in the parasitic achlorophyllous hepatic Cryptothallus mirabilis and the closely allied photosynthetic species Aneura pinguis (Metzgeriales)
L. S. Gibbs1917A Contribution to the Phytogeography and Flora of the Arfak Mountains
H. Wang, Wang, Z., Zhang, F., Liu, J., He, X.1997A cytological study on the nutrient-uptake mechanism of a saprophytic orchid Gastrodia elata
T. Nuttall1834A description of some of the rarer or little known plants indigenous to the United States, from the dried specimens in the harbarium of the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia
D. D. Cameron, Leake J. R.2007A different kind of parasitic plant: a brief history of myco-heterotrophy and epiparasitism
S. Imhof2003A dorsiventral mycorrhizal root in the achlorophyllous Sciaphila polygyna (Triuridaceae)
S. Imhof2003A dorsiventral root: unusual structures of the subterraneous system of Sciaphila polygyna (Triuridaceae)
V. K. Y. Lam, Merckx, V. S. F. T., Graham, S. W.2016A few-gene plastid phylogenetic framework for mycoheterotrophic monocots
T. J. Howell1903A Flora of Northwest America
R. W. Long, Lakela O.1971A flora of tropical Florida
H. Trimen, Hooker J. D.1898A handbook of the flora of Ceylon
A. Eaton1818A Manual of Botany for the Northern and Middle States
F. P. Jonker1938A monograph of the Burmanniaceae
H. Umata1998A new biological function of Shiitake mushroom, Lentinula edodes, in a myco-heterotrophic orchid, Erythrorchis ochobiensis
F. P. Jonker1938A new Burmannia von Enggano (Sumatra)

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith