Miranda, "The complete chloroplast genome sequence of the leafy bladderwort
, Utricularia foliosa L.
The effect of bladderwort
(Utricularia) predation on microcrustacean prey.
The biomechanics of fast prey capture in aquatic bladderworts
is an eccentric and complicated plant.
is a complicated plant, which lives in aquatic habitats such as freshwater wetlands, and has developed corresponding, highly specialized hunting methods.
That's because the bladderwort
is one of the fastest bug-eating plants on the planet.
Ponies on fen- land, left, and, below, the rare bladderwort
, which traps insects via a vaccumoperated underwater trapdoor system Cattle graze next to fens, above, and left, a fly orchid The Anglesey and Llyn Fens LIFE project team, Justin Hanson, Peter Jones and Llion Jones
Le Conte: UTRMAC; Common bladderwort
; submersed and free-floating; 14.3; infrequent; 1.9; BUT, PUNC.
For yes, they're there -- / the slow moan of them squelching through the fog / of their own breaths, swinging full udders, / dainty hoofs picking through bladderwort
/ and crowfoot.
SACRAMENTO California CARTONEMAS (pl of cartonema, generic name of a bladderwort
), ESTRAMACON (French fencing cut estramagon OED estrama-zone)
Recently, scientists at the University of Western Sydney, Richard Jobson, Charles Morris and Shelley Burgin, conducted an experiment to determine whether the meat-eating bladderwort
(Utricularia uliginosa), a rootless herb, responds to the presence or absence of prey, and to increased nitrogen when grown in pots.
Costs of carnivory in the common bladderwort
, Utricularia macrorhiza.