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Currently, the ability to draw prey to leaves has been most convincingly demonstrated in Nepenthes and Sarracenia, with nonexperimental observations strongly suggesting this for Drosophyllum (Darwin, 1875; Joel el al.
For beginners, the cultivation of Nepenthes plants maybe considered challenging; but they are very rewarding.
The Nepenthes frames for women are inspired by the intriguing tropical plant, with its vase shape and little overhanging lid.
Another aspect of Greenfort's work involved using the money saved on air-conditioning to protect an area of rain forest in Ecuador via the Danish environmental organization Nepenthes.
Nepenthes robcantleyi, one of the biggest carnivorous plants ever seen, took pride of place at the Chelsea Flower Show for five years.
The team, led by professor Joanna Aizenberg, successfully isolated the slippery coating of carnivorous Nepenthes pitcher plants to create a material called Slippery Liquid Infused Porous Surface, which has the ability to repel liquids based on both water and oil.
Then, Nepenthes was conspicuous, and the Syrtis Major thinner at its northern tip.
He covers the anatomy and physiology of Nepenthes, the evolution of carnivory in flowering plants, biogeography and taxonomy of Nepenthes worldwide, and the Malaysian Nepenthes.
Nepenthes attenboroughii, a new species of carnivorous pitcher plant only known from the summit region of one mountain in the Philippines, was described in the Botanical Journal 159 in February 2009 in a paper by Alastair Robinson and co-authors.