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Life cycle of parasitic plants Orobanche spp. and Striga spp. (a) the seeds are buried in the soil; (b) they become sensitive to the germination stimulants exuded by the roots of the host plant and may germinate; (c) the germinated seeds form a haustorium by which they attach themselves to the host root, establish a xylem connection and emerge; (d) parasitic plants flower; (e) they produce mature seeds and end up in a new generation of seeds in soil; ( f ) in the next season the cycle starts again (a) 42 R.