Re: mistlotoe

To: "Birding Aus" <>
Subject: Re: mistlotoe
From: (Glen Ingram)
Date: Fri, 9 May 1997 14:16:16 +1000
Dear Don,
I remember that book: "The guide to popular recipes for the busy warlock"
wasn't it?

> From: Donald Glasco <>
> To: 
> Subject: mistlotoe
> Date: Friday, 9 May 1997 10:57
> >Why is it that the leaves of various species of mistletoe resemble those
> >the host tree?
> Sorry I can't site a source, but I recall reading somewhere that
> resembles the host because, in part, because of hormones. Growth hormones

> in the host affect the shape of (host) leaves. When these are absorbed by

> the mistletoe the same hormones have a similar effect on the mistletoe
> Don Glasco <>

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