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sundews

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After several weeks her research showed that sundews respond to mineral-poor bog soils by adjusting the amount of sticky mucilage on their leaves.
Studies show that consumers overwhelmingly trust the opinions of friends and family over any others and Sundew gives them an easy way to get a quick answer from those closest to them.
He tested the digestive fluid of the sundew with litmus paper and found it to be acidic.
As the passage makes clear, both Swinburne's poem and Darwin's book were prominent elements in a cultural fascination with the sundew that extended from the 1860s well into the 1880s.
Oliver's (1944) account of a 1911 emergence of cabbage white butterflies (Pieris rapea), in which six million butterflies were caught on a two acre patch of sundews (Drosera anglica Huds.
FULL FLIGHT Michael Scudamore steers Oxo to victory in 1959; Earth Summit and Carl Llewellyn (above) land the Aintree spoils in 1998 WONDER Fred Winter is led in on 1957 National winner Sundew * WINTER
A preserved hoof of 1957 Grand National winner Sundew was among a collection of items which sold for pounds 600, a collection of metal and enamel members badges for the Liverpool County Stand at Aintree Racecourse from 1947 to 1973 realised pounds 4,000, while the trophy for the 1956 Haydock Park National Trial Chase won by Sundew sold for pounds 2,000.
Fred Winter returns on Sundew after winning the 1957 Grand National.
Residents saw around nine youths run from Broomlaw towards Sundew Road.
Mrs Forward's sighting was almost identical to that of Mr Sells, who lives in Sundew Close, Penarth.
The 34-year-old actor and DJ, of Sundew Croft, Bromford Bridge, became notorious for protesting outside West Midlands Police's Birmingham city centre HQ over allegations he was stopped almost 60 times in 11 years.
The Sundew poppy, a California poppy family member, might fare better in gardenlike conditions or in containers, because the flowers only grow to be 1 inch tall.