Plant Signal. Nutritional benefit from leaf litter utilization in the pitcher plant Nepenthes ampullaria. Plant Cell Environ. Wan Zakaria, W.
Tropical Pitcher Plants (Nepenthes)
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Statistics of N. Its pitcher is similar to that of the North American pitcher plant in that it relies on a pool of water to trap its prey.
It has a most unusual leaf that first looks like a normal leaf, then develops a tendril at its tip, and finally the tip of the tendril develops an amazing pitcher. It gains support by twining the tendril around another plant. The trap, like our own pitcher plant, lures its prey into the pitfall trap by a combination of decaying odors and sometimes a red coloration.
As the pitcher develops, it swells and droops due to its weight. As it matures, it suddenly begins inflates with air. Once inflated it begins to fill with liquid, then opens, revealing the enticing interior.
The top of the trap has a lid that initially covers the pitcher until growth is complete. When the leaf is fully grown, the lid opens and the trap is ready. They attract insects with the odor of nectar. Once inside, the insect finds it cannot get a grip on the walls of the pitcher because a flaky wax on the interior surface peels off as it struggles to climb.
Eventually, it falls into the water and struggles to escape. The motion caused by the struggle stimulates digestive glands to release a digestive acid. This acid is so strong that a midge will disappear within hours.
The largest of these, the Rajah pitcher, is able to digest mice! In Two Volumes , volume I, 2nd rev. Categories : English 3-syllable words English terms with IPA pronunciation English terms borrowed from Latin English terms derived from Latin English terms derived from Ancient Greek English terms derived from Proto-Indo-European English lemmas English nouns English uncountable nouns English terms with quotations English words suffixed with -s English non-lemma forms English noun forms English terms with archaic senses en:Carnivorous plants en:Caryophyllales order plants en:Drugs en:Greek mythology.
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