Mycoheterotrophic Plants

How many of them are there?


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)
D. L. Jones, Clements M. A.2018-Demorchis umbrosa-
D. L. Jones, Clements M. A.1998-Gastrodia falconeri-
L. V. Averyanov, Averyanova A. L.2006-Gastrodia tonkinensis-
L. O. Williams1940-Hexalectris brevicaulis und parviflora-
G. Masamune1963-Lecanorchis horikuensis-
T. - P. Lin1987-Lecanorchis thalassica-
G. Bartolo, Pulvirenti S.1999-Limodorum rubriflorum-
T. Tang, Wang F. - T.1936-Neottia kungii-
K. R. von Ber Soó1969-Neottia ussuriensis-
R. Schlechter191110. Aphyllorchis Bl.
J. Hutchinson1967100. Polygalaceae
H. J. N. Crantz17661096. Hypopitys
J. Hutchinson, Dalziel J. M.1927126. Gentianaceae
R. Schlechter191113. Didymoplexis Falc.
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
R. Schlechter19213. Die Orchideen von Mikronesien.
J. J. Smith19273. Orchidaceae
R. Schlechter1924394. Ophiomeris macahensis ex Sertum antillanum XX
C. S. Rafinesque1836439. Ciminalis
R. Schlechter19115. Corysantes R.Br.
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
R. Schlechter19117. Galeola Land.
C. S. Rafinesque1836893. Nemitis
R. Schlechter19119. Lecanorchis Bl.
M. Wapstra, French, B., Davies, N., O'Reilly-Wapstra, J., D., P.2005A bright light on the dark forest floor: observations on fairy lanterns Thismia rodwayi F. Muel. (Burmanniaceae) in Tasmanian forests
T. Nuttall1822A catalogue of a collection of plants made in East Florida, during the month of October and November, 1821, by A. Ware
C. S. Kumar, Manilal K. S.1994A catalogue of Indian orchids
S. - C. Chen, Li H.2005A change in status and a correction of orthographic error for a chinese Burmannia
M. Nuraliev, Yudina, S., Truong, V., Dang, S., Kopylov-Guskov, Y., Lyskov, D., Kuznetsov, A., Kuznetsova, S., Zhang, D.2022A checklist of Burmanniaceae in Eastern Indochina with a new record from Vietnam, Burmannia itoana
M. R. Crosby, Magill, R. E., Allen, B., He, S.2000A checklist of the Mosses
J. J. Wood, Cribb P.1994A checklist of the ochids of Borneo
A. Wood1847A Class-book of Botany
H. Tsukaya, Okada H.2012A color variaton of Epirixanthes species (Polygalaceae) found in West Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia
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


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