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Book ID: 97457
Darwin, Charles

Insectivorous Plants. 2009. 30 b/w illus. 476 p. gr8vo. Paper bd.

Darwin had long been fascinated by insectivorous plants, from the native British sundews and bladderworts to the exotic pinguiculas and nepenthes which he encountered during the Beagle voyage. Growing in environments low in soil nutrients, their highly specialised ways of obtaining enough food, including the capability for fast movement in the case of the Venus flytrap, were evidence of evolutionary adaptation. But he was also interested in what food they needed, and whether they would be selective when offered a varied diet; and how did the flytrap close its trap on its prey? Darwin conducted a range of simple but ingenious experiments on his collection of insectivores and observed and noted the results of each with his customary meticulousness. The results can be seen in this book, which remains of enormous interest to anyone whose imagination has been fired by these strange and beautiful plants.
Autor/Hrsg. Darwin, Charles
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Autor(en) Darwin, Charles
Seiten Darwin, Charles: Insectivorous Plants. 2009. 30 b/w illus. 476 p. gr8vo. Paper bd. (97457) 24.61
Verlag Cambridge University Press The Edinburgh Building Account number 0060026093
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