Uses of GBIF in scientific research

Peer-reviewed research citing GBIF as a data source, with at least one author from Yemen.
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List of publications

  • Al-Ajami A (2014)

    Study on the seriousness of the mistletoe plant acacia trees and how to combat it. Al-mahaweet - Republic of Yemen

    International Journal of Research in Agriculture and Food Sciences 2(4) 15-25.

    Mistletoe are Hemi-parasite (semi-parasite) plants, angiosperms(Jamal R. Qasem 2009)),(floriated),tow fold- housing (diecious), the feminine plants give flowers and Fruit (results ) have one seed whereas the masculine plants give unapparent flowers, small, and give the pollen ,these plants are enable partially to create carbons sources, because of they are autotrophic, but unable to get water and the mineral , elements and the mechanic help . So they are going on Hemi-parasite behavior against the other plants , which act as a direct host for the most part or on fungi which act as a helpful agent getting the nutrition from an other plant , Mistletoes true ( paper- Mistletoe) are the most famous and dangerous on all of the biological regions in the study region among all of the parasite plants.

    Keywords: desert plants, hemi-parasites, host specificity, parasitic plant