• Viscum album is a species of mistletoe in the family Santalaceae , commonly known as European mistletoe , common mistletoe or simply as mistletoe ( Old English mistle ). (wikipedia.org)
  • It and the other members of the genus Viscum were originally classified in the mistletoe family Viscaceae , but this family has since been sunk into the larger family Santalaceae . (wikipedia.org)
  • The name was first given to Viscum album (European mistletoe, Santalaceae), the only species native in Great Britain and much of Europe . (wikipedia.org)
  • Later the name was given to other related species, including Phoradendron serotinum (the eastern mistletoe of eastern North America , also Santalaceae). (wikipedia.org)
  • Australian Mistletoe The Australian Mistletoe Key covers the aerial mistletoes of the families Loranthaceae and Santalaceae. (lucidcentral.org)
  • The Santalaceae family of plants includes the genus Santalum, which includes sandalwood trees and shrubs. (kadiyamnursery.com)
  • Parasitic Plant Connection web site: Amphorogynaceae Parasitic Plant Connection web site: Cervantesiaceae Parasitic Plant Connection web site: Comandraceae Parasitic Plant Connection web site: Nanodeaceae Parasitic Plant Connection web site: Santalaceae s. str. (wikipedia.org)
  • Modern treatments of the Santalaceae include the family Viscaceae (mistletoes), previously considered distinct. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Santalaceae, sandalwoods, are a widely distributed family of flowering plants (including small trees, shrubs, perennial herbs, and epiphytic climbers) which, like other members of Santalales, are partially parasitic on other plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • Santalaceae taxonomy Archived 2015-03-24 at the Wayback Machine, 1984, pp. 191-194. (wikipedia.org)
  • Molecular data (Nickrent 1996, 1998, Vidal-Russel and Nickrent 2008) all indicate that these genera are related to one another and distinct from Olacaceae and Santalaceae. (siu.edu)
  • 9. A review of the ethnobotany, contemporary uses, chemistry and pharmacology of the genus Thesium (Santalaceae). (nih.gov)
  • Sandalwood belongs to the Santalaceae family and is primarily found in southern and eastern regions of India. (hindilanguage.org)
  • The mistletoe berries that we commonly associate with Christmas and kissing under the mistletoe are produced by plants in the Santalaceae family. (colorwithleo.com)
  • based on molecular evidence, that family has been subsumed into the sandalwood family (Santalaceae). (asu.edu)