Witches Brooms Facts
Witches Brooms is another name for Mistletoe. Mistletoe plants include five separate families of hundreds of species: Eremolepidaceae, Loranthaceae, Misodendraceae, Santalaceae and Viscaceae.
Witches Brooms Farms
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Witches Brooms Stories
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Mistletoe is missing the machinery to make energy
To find out which parts of the assembly line machinery had vanished, researchers extracted proteins from mitochondria in the mistletoe's leaves and compared them to those in a small flowering weed of the mustard family called Arabidopsis thaliana ... Science Magazine [ story ]
Mistletoe has lost 'most of its respiratory capacity'
Most people know mistletoe (Viscum album) primarily as a plant to hang up and kiss under at the holidays. But in its natural environment, mistletoe is a hemiparasite (a parasitic plant that is capable of some photosynthesis), latching onto trees and ... Science Daily [ story ]