Is an mistletoe an parasitic plant?

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About mistletoe; Parasitic Plant Connection. See families Misodendraceae, Loranthaceae, Santalaceae, and Viscaceae; Introduction to Parasitic ...
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... parasitic primarily on coniferous trees, ... //; Access Date: December 05, 2016; Share. Share. Facebook Twitter ...
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Habitat. Mistletoe is partially parasitic, growing on several woody hosts (trees and shrubs) in a variety of wooded habitats, extending from the tropics ...
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Mistletoe may prompt lovers and serendipitous strangers to share a kiss, but the parasitic plant is a nuisance to the timber industry.
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Positive: 60 %
Lifeform of the week: Mistletoe. ... species of mistletoe*, a group of parasitic flowering plants in ... all of its sustenance from a host plant, ...
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