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Root parasites of southern forestsAuthor(s): Lytton J. Musselman; William F. Mann
Source: U.S. Depepartment of Agriculture Forest Service General Technical Report SO-20, 76 p.
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionThe five families of root parasites of the South are discussed relative to selection of hosts, ecology, and potential for damage to commercial species. An identification key to all genera of root parasites is included. Plants and flowers of 29 species are illustrated and their distribution in the South mapped.
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CitationMusselman, Lytton J.; Mann, William F., Jr. 1978. Root parasites of southern forests. U.S. Depepartment of Agriculture Forest Service General Technical Report SO-20, 76 p.
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