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Research Reveals Large-scale Protein Exchanges between Dodder Par...
There are 4000-5000 species of parasitic plants in nature, accounting for 1% of angiosperms. Dodders (Cuscuta, Convolvulaceae) are widely distributed holoparasites, and namely, they have very little or no photosynthesis activity. 
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Genome-wide Analysis of Cushion Willow Provides Insights into Alp...
The Hengduan Mountains (HDM) biodiversity hotspot of China exhibits exceptional plant diversity (about 12,800 seed plant species are recognized), with many different alpine plants present in the subnival zone. 
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Engineered GRAS Microbe Acts as Cell Factory for the High-value Z...
Carotenoids are yellow to red pigments synthesized by all photosynthetic organisms. Lutein, β-carotene, and zeaxanthin are essential carotenoids for human health, serving as provitamin A or retina pigments. Human and animals have to obtain these carotenoids from their diets. 
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Researchers Reveal that Dodder-Transmitted Mobile Signals Prime H...
The genus Cuscuta (common name dodder; Convolvulaceae) consists of about 200 species, which are stem parasites. Cuscuta parasites have no roots or leaves and their stems coil around host shoots to form haustoria. 
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A Phylogenetic Perspective on the Evolutionary Processes of Flori...
Flora is the plant life occurring in a particular region, generally the naturally growing or native plant life, and it is a natural synthesis of family, genus, and species of plant life. 

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Fungi Should Make a Greater Contribution to Humanity
Fungi are one of the five pillars of biodiversity in the ecosystem and occupy a wide range of ecological niches.  More>>
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