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000014099 037__ $$a3786
000014099 041__ $$aEnglish
000014099 100__ $$aDevkota, M. P.
000014099 245__ $$aOverlooked mistletoes amid rich Nepalese floral diversity
000014099 260__ $$c2009
000014099 260__ $$b
            
000014099 490__ $$aArticle
000014099 507__ $$aMFOLL
000014099 520__ $$aIn general, mistletoe is a term given to a special group of plants that are flowering and perennial in habit and grow as parasites attached to the branches of host trees and shrubs. They are very efficient in absorbing water, nutrients and even food material from their host by a special absorptive organ, the haustorium. Almost all mistletoes are aerial stem parasites, so “mistletoe” is synonymous with the habit of shrubby epiphytic parasites. In Nepalese they are called “Ainjeru” or “Lisso”.
000014099 653__ $$abiodiversity
000014099 653__ $$aflora
000014099 653__ $$aNepal
000014099 650__ $$aBiodiversity
000014099 691__ $$aBiodiversity
000014099 773__ $$p
            
000014099 8564_ $$uhttp://lib.icimod.org/record/14099/files/3786.pdf
000014099 980__ $$aARTICLE