Drosera


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Drosera

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Drosera

genus of insectivorous plants in family Droseraceae; some species may cause cyanide poisoning. Called also sundews.
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Cypripedium acaule -- -- -- Decodon verticillatus -- -- P Drosera intermedia -- -- -- Drosera rotundifolia - 17, 0.
Gossypium should probably be split into eight genera, Glycine into seven, and in the classical example from Drosera (see above), the three species would have to be assigned to three different genera (Seberg, 1989).
Cytologische und morphologische Studien an Drosera longifolia x rotundifolia.
In contrast, the following total N and P contents were found in bog soils inhabited by four Australian and New Zealand Drosera species (in g [kg.
alpina, P villosa, and Drosera rotundifolia from subarctic habitats (Karlsson et al.
In the three Drosera species, a remarkably high efficiency of utilization of leaf-supplied nutrients for nutrient accumulation was estimated.
The stimulation effect of insect feeding in CPs was proved first by Oosterhuis (1927), who found that insect-fed Drosera intermedia contained more ash matter in its biomass than it could have absorbed from the prey.
Krafft and Handel (1991) tested the effect of insect feeding rate on Drosera rotundifolia and D.
Negative interactions were shown in Drosera whittakeri, D.
In Drosera whittakeri growing in complete solution, the activity of shoot nitrate reductase (NR) was ca.
2-] solution that was dropped onto the leaves of Drosera whittakeri and D.
Boesewinkel (1989) also considered these central cells in Drosera to be conductive, since they apparently form a conductive strand from the chalaza to the embryo sac.