Pollution turns fly traps veggie

Last updated: 19 Sep, 2016

New Phytologist paper shows how carnivorous plants, such as the sundew (Drosophila rotundiflora) may prefer other sources of nitrogen to flies, if they're available. The study was highlighted in a BBC Nature News feature.


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