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Evolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plants

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573Comparative analyses of the plastid genome in carnivorous plantsEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsYu, Wen-Bin; Ma, Peng-Fei; Yang, Jun-Bo; Jin, Jian-Jun; Hong, Wang; Barrett, Craig; dePamphilis, Claude; Li, De-Zhu.Carnivorous Plants
NADH dehydrogenase (ndh) genes
molecular evolution
genome skimming
plastome
Chloroplast genome
23Evolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsRENNER, TANYA; Naczi, Robert; Givnish, Thomas J.Evolution
Ecology
Physiology
Genomics
Conservation
Carnivorous Plants
development
41Evolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsRENNER, TANYA; Naczi, Robert; Givnish, Thomas J.Evolution
Ecology
Physiology
Genomics
Conservation
Carnivorous Plants
development
221Evolution and ecological consequences of diverse traits in tropical pitcher plants (Nepenthes)Evolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsGilbert, Kadeem.Carnivorous Plants
pitcher plant
Nepenthes
morphological evolution
Plant-Insect interaction
644Evolution of carnivory genes in the recent radiation of NepenthesEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsScharmann, Mathias; Widmer, Alex.carnivorous plant
molecular evolution
transcriptomics
proteomics
radiation
596Evolution of carnivory in angiosperms and diversification of trap typesEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsFleischmann, Andreas.Evolution
carnivory
trap types
diversification
phylogeny
724Functional surfaces for insect trapping in Asian Nepenthes pitcher plantsEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsBauer , Dr Ulrike.plant-insect interactions
biomechanics
Carnivorous Plants
epicuticular wax
wettability
trapping mechanisms
401How carnivorous are carnivorous plants? Applying stable isotope methodology to quantify reliance on prey Evolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsSkates, Laura; Cross, Adam; Stevens, Jason; Gebauer, Gerhard; Dixon, Kingsley.Carnivorous Plants
heterotrophic plants
stable isotopes
Plant-Insect interaction
nutrition
590Plant carnivory and the evolution of genomic architecture in the CaryophyllalesEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsRENNER, TANYA; Lan, Tianying; Rajaraman, Sitaram; Herrera-Estrella, Luis; Ibarra-Laclette, Enrique; Zheng, Chunfang; Sankoff, David; Schuster, Stephan; Jarkko, Salojarvi; Albert, Victor.molecular evolution
Genomics
Carnivorous Plants
Caryophyllales
Drosera
phylogeny
Holocentric Chromosomes
653Systematics and Biogeography of the Western Hemisphere Pitcher Plants (Sarraceniaceae)Evolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsNaczi, Robert.Sarraceniaceae
Darlingtonia
Heliamphora
Sarracenia
98The limited evolutionary routes to carnivorous plantsEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsFukushima, Kenji.Carnivorous Plants
convergent evolution
257Why are plants carnivorous? Cost/benefit analysis, whole-plant growth, and the context-specific advantages of botanical carnivoryEvolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plantsGivnish, Thomas J; Sparks, Kenneth W; Hunter, Steve; Pavlovič , Andrej.optimality theory
nutrient capture
stoichiometry
Carnivorous Plants
ecological distribution
heterophylly

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