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Carnivorous Plants: New Horizons in Hungry Foliage

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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
724Eating Bugs to Survive: A Review of the Biochemistry of Carnivorous Plants
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Carnivorous Plants: New Horizons in Hungry FoliageKettering, Regina D..
706Prey Preference in Aquatic Bladderworts (Utricularia spp.) Tracked Over Several Months At Widely Separated Sites
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Carnivorous Plants: New Horizons in Hungry FoliageDarnowski, Douglas; Ho, Winnie.Carnivorous
Utricularia
bladderwort
prey
707Teasel (Dipsacus fullonum): An Unrecognized Midwestern Carnivore?
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Carnivorous Plants: New Horizons in Hungry FoliageDarnowski, Douglas.teasel
Dipsacus
Carnivorous
prey
trap
1070The Role of Anthocyaninas an Attractant in Sarracenialeucophylla Raf
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Carnivorous Plants: New Horizons in Hungry FoliageRodenas, Yann; Ruch, Donald; Sheridan, Philip; Badger, Kemuel.Sarracenia
leucophylla
pitcher
plant
1117Underground leaves of Philcoxia (Plantaginaceae) trap and digest nematodes
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Carnivorous Plants: New Horizons in Hungry FoliageFritsch, Peter; Pereira, Caio; Almenara, Daniela; Winter, Carlos; Lambers, Hans; Almeda, Frank; Oliveira, Rafael.plant carnivory
plant nutrient acquisition
campos rupestres
nitrogen
stable isotopes
Philcoxia
Plantaginaceae
nematodes
991Virus-Induced Gene Silencing in Carnivorous Pitcher Plants
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Carnivorous Plants: New Horizons in Hungry FoliageMiles, Nicholas; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.VIGS
carnivorous plants
Functional Genetics
HDZIPIII
YABBY
KANADI
PDS

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