Drosera


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Drosera

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The field studies of Thum (1988, 1989), Schulze and Schulze (1990), and Karlsson and Pate (1992a) demonstrated marked growth responses to artificial feeding of insects in several European and Australian species of Drosera (see also Watson et al.
The dwarf sundew, Drosera brevifolia, is the smallest sundew (mean diameter 9 mm with the largest plants reaching 25 mm, Krupa pers.
Direct regeneration of Drosera from leaf explants and shoot tips, Plant Cell Tissue Organ Culture, 75: 175-178.
Other typical herbaceous species include Drosera rotundifolia, Eleocharis spp., Osmunda regalis, Thelypteris palustris and Viola blanda.
These include sundew Drosera rotundifolia, cross-leaved heath (Erica tetralix), and cotton grass (Eriophorum angustifolium).
Variation in the intensity of pollination in Drosera tracyi: selection is strongest when resources are intermediate.
The plant turned out to be a sundew (Drosera rotundifolia, to be exact), and it was indeed the beginning of an obsession.
These include the utilization of different attractants for pollinators and prey (Jurgens et al., 2009) and the spatial separation of flowers and traps, as has been suggested for species of Drosera and Pinguicula (Juniper et al., 1989).
obtusa, Evolvulus minimus, Croton camagueyanus, Utricularia gibba, Coccoloba cowellii, Karwinskia orbiculata, Guettarda camagueyensis y Xyris jupicai) y Vulnerable (Drosera capillaris, Fimbristylis dichotoma, Rhynchospora grisebachii, Stylosanthes humilis, Mayacafluviatilis, Tripogon spicatus, Machaonia minutifolia, Ravenia leonis, Manilkara jaimiqui ssp.
The proving sample of Drosera (sundew), for example, contained a trapped insect, which might explain the predominant theme of persecution.
Mae'r gwlithlys hirddail (Drosera intermedia) yn tyfu mewn dau le yn yr ardal yma, rhwng y Cnicht a'r Arddu.
Region Schott Drosanthemum candens Aizoaceae S Africa (Haw.) Schwantes Drosanthemum Aizoaceae S Africa floribundum (Haw.) Schwantes Drosera capensis L.