|Fer, A., P. Thalouarn, D. M. Joel, L. J. Musselman, C. Parker, and J. A. C. Verkleij, eds. 2001. Proceedings of the 7th. International Parasitic Weed Symposium. Faculté des Sciences, Université de Nantes, Nantes, France. 312 pp. ISBN: 2-9516957-0-5.|
CHAPTER I: BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY AND EPIDEMIOLOGY
Histo-and immunocytochemical observation of the interface between host roots and haustoria of three African parasitic Scrophulariaceae.
U. Neumann, B. Vian, H.C. Weber and C. Salk
Early parasite responses to hosts root factors.
J. I. Yoder, M. Matvienko, D. Jamison, M. Torres, Q. Ngo, A.J. Nava, A. Nava, Y. Goidwasser, A. Wojtowicz, and R. Wrobel
Viscum album in California - a century after its introduction.
R. F. Scharpf, H. C.Weber and K. Dufft
Some biological aspects of an economically important woody root hemiparasite Santalum album L.
K. U. Tennakoon, E. R. L. B. Etampawala, C. V. S. Gunatilleke, I. A. U. N. Gunatilleke and S. P. Ekanayake
Loranthaceae in Burkina Faso: identification, distribution, ecology, biology and control.
J. Boussim, S. Guinko, C. Tuquet and C. Salk
Hydnora triceps (Hydnoraceae): unique flowers with an uncertain future.
L. Musselman and J. McNeal.
Genetic and molecular analysis of DMQB recognition in Triphysaria.
D. S. Jamison and J.I.Yoder
The mode of Cuscuta haustorial penetration.
D. Joel and T. Goldman-Guez
Phloem in the haustorium of Santalum album L.- a root hemiparasite.
L. Rajanna and G.R. Shivamurthy
Growth and reproductive biology of Orobanche uniflora L.
A. P. Nelson. and K.I. Mohamed
Effects of three Orobanche spp extracts on some local phytopathogens
Agrobacterium and Erwinia.
I. Saadoun, K.M.Hameed, F. Al-Momani and C.L. Foy
Orobanche species in red lentil areas of Turkey.
A. Uludag, A. Demir and E. Aksoy
Interactions between nodding broomrape and bidi tobacco in India.
G. N. Dhanapal, P.C. Struik and S.J. Ter Borg
Distribution and importance of O. minor in Oregon.
J. Coiquhoun, C. Mallory-Smith and L. Suverly
Economic importance of weeds in Kenya: A new weed Orobanche cernua Loefi.in tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum).
New insights on Orobanche ramosa L. parasitizing oilseed rape in Western part of France.
S. Gibot-Leclerc, C. Tuquet, F. Corbineau, G. Arjauré and G. Salk
Investigations on the Orobanche problem in Tunisia.
N. Zermane, J. Kroschel. T. Souissi and M. Kharrat.
Parasitism and phenology of Orobanche ramosa L. on tomato.
J. Diaz and H. Norambuena
A contribution to the floral biology of Berhautia senegalensis (Loranthaceae).
CHAPTER II: EVOLUTION, TAXONOMY AND PHYLOGENY
Relationships within Orobanche sect. Trionychon: insights from its sequences.
G. M. Schneeweiss
Genetic variation among Orobanche species collected in southern Spain revealed by RAPD markers.
B. Roman, C. Alfaro, Z. Satovic, J. I. Cubero, A. Pujadas and D. Rubiales
An analysis of genetic variation in natural populations of Orobanche foetida from Spain and Tunisia.
B. Román, C. Alfaro, A. Torres, Z. Satovic, M. Kharrat, A. Pujadas, and D. Rubiales
Neoteny in biological specialization of some parasitic Scrophulariaceae.
A. Raynal-Roques, J. Paré and G. Sallé
Multiple transfer of nucleotide sequences from plastid to nucleus in the obligate root parasite Orobanche cumana.
P. Delavault, C. Marionneau, M. Pincaud and P. Thalouarn
A molecular phylogeny of Santalales.
D. L. Nickrent and V. Malécot
Early evolution of the haustorium in mistletoes, and structural specialisation of endophytic tissue.
B. A. Fineran
Analysis of a transcriptional apparatus in the holoparasitic flowering plant genus Cuscuta.
S. Berg, T.A.W. van der Kooij, K. Krause and K. Krupinska.
Broomrape identification using Inter Simple Sequence Repeat (ISSR) - application to Trionychon Wallrs and Osproleon section species.
H. Benharrat. C. Théodet, C. Véronési and P. Thalouarn
Investigation of intraspecific taxonomy in Orobanche cernua Loefi. By the method of biological tests.
V. Romanova, F. Teryokhin and K. Wegmann
Striga and Oroban eke as the example of parallel evolution in parasitic Scrophulariaceae.
CHAPTER III: METHODOLOGIES
Parasitic plant research in the era of genomics.
J. H. Westwood
Possibilities for obtaining resistant tobacco to Orobanche spp by chemical mutagenesis
S. B. Slavov, R. B. Batchvarova and V. T. Valkov
T-DNA tagging in Arabidopsis: an application for Orobanche research.
S. Atanasova, G. Hoefsloot and J.A.C. Verkleij
In vitro techniques for studying mechanisms of Striga resistance in sorghum.
A. Mohamed, P.J. Rich, T.L. Housley and G. Ejeta
Expression of sarcotoxin IA like peptide enhances host resistance to O. aegyptiaca in transgenic plants.
R. Aly, D. Plakhin, N. Hamamouch, C. L. Cramer and J. H.Westwood.
CHAPTER IV: GERMINATION
En route to the isolation of the strigolactone receptor using biotin labelled germination strigolactone analogues.
B. Zwanenburg and A. Reizelman
Identification of ACC synthase and ACC oxidase genes in germinating Striga hermonthica seeds.
Y. Sugimoto, S. Yabuta, H. Kinoshita, S. Inanaga and A. Ital
Biosynthesis of Orobanche germination stimulants.
I. Deney, A. Pereira, F. Verstappen and H. Bouwmeester
Influence of conditioning period and GR24 on respiration, ethylene biosynthesis and germination of Striga hermonthica.
A. G. T. Babiker, J. Sauerborn, F. Bangerth, K. Wegmann, H. H. Geiger, Y. Sugimoto and S. Inanaga
Arabidopsis thaliana induction of Orobanche seed germination.
Y. Goidwasser and J. I. Yoder
Germination of Orobanche ranwsa is controlled by gibberellins and ethylene.
N. Zehhar and A. Fer
Natural germination stimulants for Orobanche minor.
K. Yoneyama, Y. Takeuchi and T. Yokota
Effect of different crops on the germination of Orobanche cernua Loelf. (O. cumana Walir) seeds.
M. I. Rodriguez-Ojeda, L. C. Alonso and J. Fernández-Escobar
Control of Striga seed germination.
A. H. Mohamed, G. Ejeta and T. L. Housley.
Modelling seed germination, dormancy and viability.
A. J. Murdoch. L. Sonko and E. Kebreab
Towards an integrated, socio-economically appropriate management strategy for Striga hermonthica in the Gambia.
E. M. Kunjo and A. .J. Murdoch
Impact of drought on secondary (wet) dormancy in Striga hermonthica seeds.
I. K. Dzomeku and A. .J. Murdoch
Spontaneous germination in Striga.
Longevity of Striga hermonthica seeds under field and laboratory conditions.
A. van Ast, L. Bastiaans, M.J. Kropff, A. H. Pieterse and Z. J-L. Sanogo
CHAPTER V: PHYSIOLOGY AND METABOLISM.
On the effect of glyphosate on field dodder (Cuscuta campestris Yunker) development and amino acid translocation from the host to the parasite.
T. Nadler-Hassar and B. Rubin
Seasonal differences in photosynthetic performance in european mistletoe
(Viscum album L.) plants.
J. I. García-Plazaola, A. Hernéndez and J.M. Becerril
The rythms of nutational-movements in Viscum album L. under constant conditions.
R. R. Dorka and W. Hellrung
Molecular, functional and ultra-structural characterization of plastids from different Cuscuta species.
T. A. W. van der Kooij, K. Krause and K. Krupinska
Changes in M6PR expression and enzyme activity in Orobanche ramosa during its development on tomato: Consequences in mannitol level.
P. Simier. P. Delavault, S. Thoiron, C. Véronesi, A. Fer and P. Thalouarn
Effects of Striga hermonthica on photosynthesis and carbon allocation in sensitive and tolerant Sorghum.
A. Van Ast, L. Bastiaans and M.J. Kropff
The transfer of phloem-mobile fluorescent dyes and of CUP demonstrates a symplastic pathway between host plants and the parasite Cuscuta reflexa ROXB.
S. Haupt, K.J. Oparka, N. Sauer and St. Neumann
Photosynthetic activity of detached stems of Cuscuta reflexa ROXB.
M. Birschwilks, H. Tschiersch and St Neumann
Nitrogen uptake and metabolism in Striga hermonthica growing on sorghum.
K. Pageau, P. Simier, R. Robins and A. Fer
Importance of VA-mycorrhizal association on some root-parasitic plants.
H.C. Lakshmann, L. Rajanna, R.F. Inchal, F.I. Mulla and Y. Shrinivasulu
Phytotoxicity of xenobiotics in Striga hermonthica.
A. Rousset, P. Simier and A. Fer
CHAPTER VI: RESISTANCE
Strategies for QTL mapping in interspecific progenies between a cultivated and a wild form: applications to sunflower for two diseases, one fungal: Phomopsis, and one parasitic: Orobanche.
A. Bervilid, K. Langar, P. Labrousse, H. Serieys, Y. Griveau and P. Thalouarn
Breeding for durable resistance to Striga in sorghum.
G. Ejeta, A. Babiker, K. Belete, P. Bramel. C. Grenier, A. Ellicott, T. Housley. I. Kapran, A. Mohamed, P. Rich, C. Shaner and A. Toure
Screening methodologies for resistance of sorghum to the parasitic weed Striga
G. O. Omanya, B. I. G. Haussmann, D. E. Hess, H. G. Welz, and H. H. Geiger
Histology of uncompatible interactions between Orobanche crenata and some host legumes.
A. Pérez-de-Luque, L. I. Cubero, D. Rubiales and D. M. Joel
Characterization of host plant responses to parasitization by Orobanche aegyptiaca.
A. A. Griffitts, C.L. Cramer and J. H. Westwood
Some mechanism of resistance to O. cumana in sunflower.
P. Labrousse, M. C. Arnaud, H. Serieys, A. Berville and P. Thalouarn
Variation in response of some legume crops to field dodder (Cuscuta campestris).
A. F. Farah
Phytotoxic root extract from resistant sunflower (Helianthus annuus L. cv Ambar) inhibits Orobanche cumana development.
H. Eizenberg, D. Plakhine, E. Dor, J. Hershenhorn, Y. Kleifeld and B. Rubin
Carbon flux toward parasite and effects on susceptible or resistant host plant.
P. Labrousse, M.C. Amaud and P. Thalouarn
Allelopathy and allelochemicals within the plant-parasitic weed interaction. Studies with the sunflower- Orobanche cumana system.
A. Pérez-de-Luque, D. Rubiales, J. C. G. Galindo, F. A. Macias and J. Jorrin
Does resistance of Sorghum against Striga aspera involve a specific defense reaction?
G. J. Boelhouwer, A. Koopman and J. A. C. Verkleij
Hypersensitive resistance to Striga in sorghum.
A. Mohamed, A. Ellicott, C. Grenier, P. J. Rich, C. Shaner and G. Ejeta
Sunflower inbred line (KI-374), carrying two recessive genes for resistance against a highly virulent spanish population of Orobanche cernua Loelf. / 0. cumana WalIr race "F".
M. I. Rodriguez-Ojeda, J. Fernández-Escobar and L. C. Alonso
Towards marker-assisted selection for Striga resistance in sorghum.
B. I. G Haussman, D. E Hess., G. 0. Omanya, B.V. S.. Reddy, N. Seetharama, S. .Z. Mukuru, M. Kayentao, H. G.Welz and H. H. Geiger
Mapping of AFLP markers linked to genes conferring resistance to Striga gesnerioides in cowpea.
J. T. Ouedraogo, A. Olivier, M. P. Timko and F. J. Beizile
Independent inheritance of Igs and IR genes in sorghum.
C. Grenier, P. Rich, A. Mohamed, A. Ellicott. C. Shaner and G. Ejeta
Resistance to broomrape (Orobanche crenata) in Lathyrus.
J. C. Sillero, J. I. Cubero and D. Rubiales
Weed species present various responses to Orobanche ramosa L. attack.
C. Boulet, P. Labrousse, MC. Arnaud, N. Zehhar and A. Fer
Induced resistance in sunflower against Orobanche cumana.
H. Buschmann, K. Ghiasvand Giashi and J. Sauerbom
Development of sunflower lines resistant to Orobanche cumana Wallr. through mutagenesis and interspecific hybridization
R. Batchyarova, M. Hristov, S. Slavov, V. Valkov
Low induction of Orobanche crenata seed germination in wild legume species.
J. C. Sillero, M. T. Moreno and D. Rubiales
Differences in resistance to Orobanche crenata in Pisum spp. description at the different developmental stages of the parasite and correlationship with host peroxidase activity.
A. Pérez-de-Luque, J. Jorrin, J.C. Sillero, J. I. Cubero and D. Rubiales
Evolution of the different developmental stages of 0. crenata in resistant and susceptible cultivars of four legume species.
A. Pérez-de-Luque, J. C. Sillero, D. Rubiales and J. I. Cubero
Crops, wild species and weeds present similar defense reactions to various root parasitic angiosperms.
P. Labrousse, N. Zebbar, M.C. Arnaud, C. Boulet, A. Fer and P. Thalouarn
Reaction of Faba bean polycrosses to Orobanche and drought.
D. S. Darwish and M. M. F. Abdalla
Sources of potential Striga resistance mechanisms among wild relatives of sorghum.
P. J. Rich, A. Mohamed, A. Ellicott, C. Grenier, C. Shaner and G Ejeta
Resistance of some horticultural and field crops to field dodder (Cuscuta campestris).
A. F. Farah
Breeding peas for broomrape (Orobanche crenata) resistance.
D. Rubiales, S. Fondevila, J. C. Sillero, M. T. Moreno and J. I. Cubero
The broomrape (Orobanche cumana WalIr) in Romania.
M. Pacureanu-Joita, E. Procopovici and S. Raranciuc
Inheritance and allelism of resistance to Striga gesnerloides in cowpea genotypes HTR and Wango-1.
M. P. Dubs, F. Beizile, J. B. Tignégré and A. Olivier
Effect of sowing date on the establishment of O. crenata in susceptible and resistant cultivar of four legume species.
A.Pérez-de-Luque, J. C. Sillero, D. Rubiales and J. I. Cubero
Virulence variability among different Orobanche cumana Wallr. races.
C. Véronési and P. Thalouarn
Evaluation of Sorghum lines for Striga resistance and their performance on farmers fields in Tanzania.
A. M. Mbwaga, C. Riches, C. Massawe and R. I. Lamboll
Can wild relatives of cereal provide new sources of resistance to the parasitic angiosperm Striga?
A. L. Gurney, D. Grimanelli, F. K. Kanampiu, D. A. Hoisington. J. D. Scholes and M. C. Press
CHAPTER VII: CONTROL OF PARASITiC WEEDS.
Angiospermous root parasites and fungi as natural antagonists.
May plant growth regulators be used to widen the margin of safety of herbicides?
R. Jacobsohn, Z. Tanaami, and H. Eisenberg
Occurence and distribution of Phytomyza orobanchia feeding on broomrapes (Orobanche spp) in southern Spain.
D. Rubiales, A. Pujadas and B. Roméin
Rearing and field release of Phytomyza orobanchia on Orobanche ramosa in Chile.
H. Norambuena, J. Diaz, J. Kroschel, O. Klein, and S. Escobar
Imazapyr and pyrithiobac movement from herbicide-coated maize seed controls Striga and does not preclude intercropping.
F. K. Kanampiu, D. K. Friesen, J. K. Ransom and J. Gressel
Selection of seed germination inhibiting rhizobacteria for Striga hermonthica biocontrol.
M. O. Ahonsi, A. M. Emechebe, D. K. Berner and S. T. 0. Lagoke
Farmer participatory evaluation of integrated Striga management strategies
D. E. Hess, R.Tabo, B. Traore,B Dembélé and I. Sidibé
On-farm evaluation of relay cropping for soil fertility improvement and Striga control in the subsistence agriculture of Tigray region (northern Ethiopia).
F. Reda, J. A. C. Verkleij and W. H. 0. Ernst
Cotton plant, a potential effective non-host for Striga hermonthica.
C. Diarra and D. Traoré
Integrated approach to Orobanche control in India.
G. N. Dhanapal, S. J. ter Borg and P. C. Struik
Faidherbia albida as a potential tree for controlling Striga hermonthica (Del) Benth in millet in northern Nigeria.
N. A. Gworgwor and H. C. Weber
Effect of herbicide chlortoluron on germination of Orobanche ramosa L. seeds.
E. Yordanova, N. Gorinova, R. Batchvarova and A. Atanassov
Characterization and application of herbicide resistant tobacco for weed and broomrape control.
V. Valkov, R. Batchvarova, S. Slavov and V. Nikolaeva
"Retaca", a faba bean cultivar for green pod consumption of determinate growth habit that scape from broomrape attack and tolerate higher glyphosate doses.
S. Nadal, D. Rubiales, M. T. Moreno and J. I. Cubero
Orobanche aegyptiaca control in tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum) with chlorosulfuron.
H. Eizenberg, Y. Goidwasser, S. Golan, Y. Hershenhorn and Y. Kleifeld
Control of Orobanche aegyptiaca with sulfonylurea herbicides in tomato - polyethylene bag studies.
D. Plakhine, H. Eizenberg, Y. Hershenhorn, Y. Goidwasser and Y.Kleifeld
Inhibition of Striga seed germination by soil bacteria of the genus Azospirillum.
R. Bally, L. Miché, M.-L. Boulilant, R. Rohr, G. Diamantidis and G. Sa1lé
Evaluation of pesta-pelletized Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. orthoceras as a potential mycoherbicide for Orobanche cumana
Y. Shabana and J. Sauerborn
Biological control of parasitic weeds - an appraisal.
Potential biological control of Orobanche by fungi isolated from diseased specimens in Jordan.
K. M. Hameed and Z. AI-Shyab
Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on damage by Striga hermonihica on two contrasting cultivar of sorghum, Sorghum bicolor.
V. W. Lendzenio and Th.W. Kuyper
Characterization of Orobanche spp in Morocco and the effect of some trap crops on Orobanche crenata Forsk in faba bean ( Vicia faba L.).
A. Zemrag and M. Bajja
Host specificity assessments of Fusarium oxysporum (Foxy2), a potential antagonist of Striga hermonthica: implications for its use as an acceptable mycoherbicide.
A. Elzein, J. Kroschel and J. Sauerborn
Integrated control of Striga in farmer's maize fields.
L. Akanvou , G. B. Dea and S. Yeby
Effects of inter-cropping maize and beans on Striga incidence and grain yield in western Kenya.
E. S. Ariga, G. D. Odhiambo and D. Friesen
Striga hermonthica control through long-term crop rotation in sorghum based cropping system in Northern Ethiopia
F. Reda and W. Bayou
The use of organic residues for Striga hermonthica control in sorghum.
A. Létourneau, M.P. Dubé, M. Ciotola and A. Olivier.
Cultural practice for controlling Striga hermonthica infestation in millet in northern Nigeria.
N. A. Gworgwor, A. B. Anaso, Z. G. Turaki and W. B. Ndahi
Mechanisms of Striga hermonthica suppression by Desmodium uncinatum in maize-based farming systems.
Z. R. Khan, A. Hassanali, T. M. Khamis, J. A. Picketi, and L. J. Wadhams
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