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" Sundew (Drosera), the leaves of which, near the root, are covered with bristles bedewed with a sticky juice. If a fly settles on the upper surface of the leaf, it is at first detained by this clammy liquid, and then the leaf closes, and holds it fast... "
Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants - Página 62
editado por - 1834
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Conversations on vegetable physiology, by the author of 'Conversations on ...

Jane Marcet - 1829
...(Drosera), the leaves of which, near the root, are covered with bristles bedewed with a sticky juice. If a fly settles on the upper surface of the leaf, it is at first detained by this clammy liquid, and then the leaf closes, and holds it fast till it dieS....
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The American Journal of Education and College Review, Volumen1

1830
...(Drosera,) the leaves of which, near the root, are covered with bristles bedewed with a sticky juice. If a fly settles on the upper surface of the leaf, it is at first detained by this clammy liquid, and then the leaf closes, and holds it fast till it dies....
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The Horticultural Register, Volumen2

1833
...Umbels. There are also several species of Sundew (Drosera), which exhibit a similar phenomenon in ihe leaves; those near the root are covered with long...quality, especially destructive to insect life. If a fly settle on the upper surface of the leaf, it is first detained hy clammy liquid, and then every hair...
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The Agricultural and Horticultural Gleaner: Containing Important Discoveries ...

John Baxter - 1836 - 301 páginas
...end is answered by so extraordinary an appendage. The plant grows naturally in the bogs of Carolina i the flowers are white, and grow in corymbs, resembling...quality, especially destructive to insect life. If a lly settles on the upper surface of the leaf, it is first detained by the clammy liquid; and then every...
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Fifth Book of Lessons for the Use of Schools

1836 - 442 páginas
...motion. The leaves of the sun-dew, near the root, are covered with bristles, bedewed with a sticky juice. If a fly settles on the upper surface of the leaf, it is at first detained by this clammy liquid, and then the leaf closes, and holds it fast, till it dies....
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Fifth Book of Lessons for the Use of the Irish National Schools

1836 - 442 páginas
...motioH. The leaves of the sun-dew, near the root, are covered with bristles, bedewed with a sticky juice. If a fly settles on the upper surface of the leaf, it is at first detained by this clammy liquid, and then' the leaf closes, and holds it fast till it dies....
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Fifth Book of Lessons for the Use of Schools

1863 - 407 páginas
...motion. The leaves of the sun-dew, near the root, are covered with bristles, bedewed with a sticky juice. If a fly settles on the upper surface of the leaf, it is at first detained by this clammy liquid, and then the leaf closes, and holds it fast, till it dies....
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American Journal of Education, Volumen1

1830
...(Drosera,) the leaves of which, near the root, are covered with bristles bedewed with a sticky juice. If a fly settles on the upper surface of the leaf, it is at first detained by this clammy liquid, and then the leaf closes, and holds it fast till it dies....
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