sorted in alphabetical order

collected by RNDr. Lubomír Adamec, CSc.

published by Darwiniana, the Carnivorous Plant Society in the Czech Republic



Adam J. H., Hafiza A. H., 2006. Pitcher plants (Nepenthes) recorded from Keningau-Kimanis road in Sabah, Malaysia. Int. J. Bot. 2: 431-436.

Adam J. H., Hamid H. A., 2007. Pitcher plants (Nepenthes) recorded from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia. Int. J. Bot. 3: 71-77.

Adam J. H., Hamid H. A., Juhari M. A. A., Tarmizi S. N. A., Idris W. M. R., 2011. Species composition and dispersion pattern of pitcher plants recorded from Rantau Abang in Marang District, Terengganu state of Malaysia. Int. J. Bot. 7: 162-169.

Adamec L., 1995. Ecological requirements and recent European distribution of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa L. - A review. Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 30: 53-61.

Adamec L., 1995. Ecological requirements of Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Testing of its new potential sites in the Czech Republic. Acta Bot. Gall. 142: 673-680.

Adamec L., 1995. Ecophysiological study of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa L. Acta Bot. Gall. 142: 681-684.

Adamec L., 1997. Mineral nutrition of carnivorous plants: A review. Bot. Rev. 63: 273-299.

Adamec L., 1997. Photosynthetic characteristics of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Aquat. Bot. 59: 297-306.

Adamec L., 1997. Will the rare aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa survive in Europe? Aquaphyte (Gainesville, FL, USA) 17(1): 4-5.

Adamec L., 1999. Seasonal growth dynamics and overwintering of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa at experimental field sites. Folia Geobot. 34: 287-297.

Adamec L., 2000. Rootless aquatic plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa: physiological polarity, mineral nutrition, and importance of carnivory. Biol. Plant. 43: 113-119.

Adamec L., 2002. Leaf absorption of mineral nutrients in carnivorous plants stimulates root nutrient uptake. New Phytol. 155: 89-100.

Adamec L., 2003. Ecophysiological characterization of dormancy states in turions of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Biol. Plant. 47: 395-402.

Adamec L., 2005. Ecophysiological characterization of carnivorous plant roots: oxygen fluxes, respiration, and water exudation. Biol. Plant. 49: 247-255.

Adamec L., 2005. Ten years after the introduction of Aldrovanda vesiculosa to the Czech Republic. Acta Bot. Gall. 152: 239-245.

Adamec L., 2006. Respiration and photosynthesis of bladders and leaves of aquatic Utricularia species. Plant Biol. 8: 765-769.

Adamec L., 2007. Investment in carnivory in Utricularia stygia and U. intermedia with dimorphic shoots. Preslia 79: 127-139.

Adamec L., 2007. Micronutrient content does not reflect the status of health in the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa. Biologia 62: 711-714.

Adamec L., 2007. Oxygen concentrations inside the traps of the carnivorous plants Utricularia and Genlisea (Lentibulariaceae). Ann. Bot. 100: 849-856.

Adamec L., 2008. Mineral nutrient relations in the aquatic carnivorous plant Utricularia australis and its investment in carnivory. Fund. Appl. Limnol. 171: 175-183.

Adamec L., 2008. Respiration of turions and winter apices in aquatic carnivorous plants. Biologia 63: 515-520.

Adamec L., 2008. Soil fertilization enhances growth of the carnivorous plant Genlisea violacea. Biologia 63: 201-203.

Adamec L., 2008. The influence of prey capture on photosynthetic rate in two aquatic carnivorous plant species. Aquat. Bot. 89: 66-70.

Adamec L., 2009. Photosynthetic CO2 affinity of the aquatic carnivorous plant Utricularia australis (Lentibulariaceae) and its investment in carnivory. Ecol. Res. 24: 327-333.

Adamec L., 2010. Dark respiration of leaves and traps of terrestrial carnivorous plants: are there greater energetic costs in traps? Cent. Eur. J. Biol. 5: 121-124.

Adamec L., 2010. Ecophysiological look at organ respiration in carnivorous plants: A review. In: Osterhoudt G., Barhydt J. (eds.), Cell Respiration and Cell Survival: Processes, Types and Effects. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, pp. 225-235.

Adamec L., 2010. Field growth analysis of Utricularia stygia and U. intermedia – two aquatic carnivorous plants with dimorphic shoots. Phyton 49: 241-251.

Adamec L., 2010. Mineral cost of carnivory in aquatic carnivorous plants. Flora 205: 618-621.

Adamec L., 2010. Tissue mineral nutrient content in turions of aquatic plants: does it represent a storage function? Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 176: 145-151.

Adamec L., 2011. By which mechanism does prey capture enhance plant growth in aquatic carnivorous plants: Stimulation of shoot apex? Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 178: 171-176.

Adamec L., 2011. Dark respiration and photosynthesis of dormant and sprouting turions of aquatic plants. Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 179: 151-158.

Adamec L., 2011. Ecophysiological look at plant carnivory: Why are plants carnivorous? In: Seckbach J., Dubinski Z. (eds.), All Flesh is Grass. Plant-Animal Interrelationships. Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology Vol. 16. Springer Science + Business Media B. V., Dordrecht - Heidelberg - London - New York, pp. 455-489.

Adamec L., 2011. Functional characteristics of traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species. Aquat. Bot. 95: 226-233.

Adamec L., 2011. Shoot branching of the aquatic carnivorous plant Utricularia australis as the key process of plant growth. Phyton 51: 133-148.

Adamec L., 2011. The comparison of mechanically stimulated and spontaneous firings in traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species. Aquat. Bot. 94: 44-49.

Adamec L., 2011. The smallest but fastest: Ecophysiological characteristics of traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia. Plant Signal. Behav. 6: 640-646.

Adamec L., 2012. Why do aquatic carnivorous plants prefer growing in dystrophic waters? Acta Biol. Sloven. 55: 3-8.

Adamec L., 2014. Different reutilization of mineral nutrients in senescent leaves of aquatic and terrestrial carnivorous Utricularia species. Aquat. Bot. 119: 1-6.

Adamec L., Kondo K., 2002. Optimization of medium for growing the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa in vitro. Plant Biotechnol. 19: 283-286.

Adamec L., Kovářová M., 2006. Field growth characteristics of two aquatic carnivorous plants, Aldrovanda vesiculosa and Utricularia australis. Folia Geobot. 41: 395-406.

Adamec L., Lev J., 1999. The introduction of the aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa L. to new potential sites in the Czech Republic: Five years' investigation. Folia Geobot. 34: 299-305.

Adamec L., Sirová D., Vrba J., 2010. Contrasting growth effects of prey capture in two carnivorous plant species. Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 176: 153-160.

Adamec L., Sirová D., Vrba J., Rejmánková E., 2010. Enzyme production in the traps of aquatic Utricularia species. Biologia 65: 273-278.

Adlassnig W., 2007. Ökophysiologie karnivorer Kesselfallenpflanzen. PhD-thesis, Vienna Univ., Austria, 541 p.

Adlassnig W., Koller-Peroutka M., Bauer S., Koshkin E., Lendl T., Lichtscheidl I. K., 2012. Endocytotic uptake of nutrients in carnivorous plants. Plant J. 71: 303–313.

Adlassnig W., Mayer E., Peroutka M., Pois W., Lichtscheidl I. K., 2010. Two American Sarracenia species as neophyta in Central Europe. Phyton 49: 279-292.

Adlassnig W., Peroutka M., Eder G., Pois W., Lichtscheidl I. K., 2006. Ecophysiological observations on Drosophyllum lusitanicum. Ecol. Res. 21: 255-262.

Adlassnig W., Peroutka M., Lambers H., Lichtscheidl I. K., 2005. The roots of carnivorous plants. Plant Soil 274: 127-140.

Adlassnig W., Peroutka M., Lang I., Lichtscheidl I. K., 2005. Glands of carnivorous plants as a model system in cell biological research. Acta Bot. Gall. 152: 111-124.

Adlassnig W., Peroutka M., Lendl T., 2011. Traps of carnivorous pitcher plants as a habitat: composition of the fluid, biodiversity and mutualistic activities. Ann. Bot. 107:181-194.

Adlassnig W., Pranjić K., Mayer E., Steinhauser G., Hejjas F., Lichtscheidl I. K., 2010. The abiotic environment of Heliamphora nutans (Sarraceniaceae): Pedological and microclimatic observations on Roraima tepuis. Braz. Arch. Biol. Technol. 53: 425-430.

Adler P. H., Malmqvist B., 2004. Predation on black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) by the carnivorous plant Pinguicula vulgaris (Lentibulariaceae) in northern Sweden. Ent. Fenn. 15: 124-128.

Akeret B., 1993. Ein neuer Fundort von Aldrovanda vesiculosa L. in der Nordschweiz und einige Bemerkungen zu Stratiotes aloides L. Bot. Helv. 103: 193-199.

Akhriadi P., Hernawati, Primaldhi A., Hambali M., 2009. Nepenthes naga, a new species of Nepenthaceae from Bukit Barisan of Sumatra. Reinwardtia 12: 339-342.

Akhriadi P., Hernawati, Tamin R. A., 2004. A new species of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) from Sumatra. Nuytsia 15: 355-393.

Alamsyah F., Ito M., 2013. Phylogenetic analysis of Nepenthaceae, based on internal transcribed spacer nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences. Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 64: 113-126.

Albert V. A., Jobson R. W., Michael T. P., Taylor D. J., 2010. The carnivorous bladderwort (Utricularia, Lentibulariaceae): a system inflates. J. Exp. Bot. 61: 5-9.

Albino U., Saridakis D. P., Ferreira M. C., Hungria M., Vinuesa P., Andrade G., 2006. High diversity of diazotropic bacteria associated with the carnivorous plant Drosera villosa var. villosa growing in oligotrophic habitats in Brazil. Plant Soil. 287: 199-207.

Alcalá R. E., Domínguez C. A., 2003. Patterns of prey capture and prey availability among populations of the carnivorous plant Pinguicula moranensis (Lentibulariaceae) along an environmental gradient. Am. J. Bot. 90: 1341-1348.

Alcalá R. E., Domínguez C. A., 2005. Differential selection for carnivory traits along an environmental gradient in Pinguicula moranensis. Ecology 86: 2652-2660.

Alcalá R. E., Domínguez C. A., 2012. Genetic structure of the carnivorous plant Pinguicula moranensis (Lentibulariaceae) on the transvolcanic Mexican belt. Biochem. Genet. 50: 416–427.

Alcalá R. E., Mariano N. A., Osuna F., Abarca C. A., 2010. An experimental test of the defensive role of sticky traps in the carnivorous plant Pinguicula moranensis (Lentibulariaceae). Oikos 119: 891-895.

Alkhalaf I. A., Hübener T., Porembski S., 2009. Prey spectra of aquatic Utricularia species (Lentibulariaceae) in northeastern Germany: The role of planktonic algae. Flora 204: 700-708.

Alkhalaf I. A., Hübener T., Porembski S., 2011. Microalgae trapped by carnivorous bladderworts (Utricularia, Lentibulariaceae): analysis, attributes and structure of the microalgae trapped. Plant Div. Evol. 129: 125-138.

Alm T., 2005. Pinguicula vulgaris (Lentibulariaceae) and its uses in Norway. Sida 21: 2249-2274.

Amoroso V. B., Aspiras R. A., 2011. Hamiguitan Range: A sanctuary for native flora. Saudi J. Biol. Sci. 18: 7-15.

An C. I., Fukusaki E. I., Kobayashi A., 2001. Plasma-membrane H+-ATPases are expressed in pitchers of the carnivorous plant Nepenthes alata Blanco. Planta 212: 547-555.

An C. I., Fukusaki E., Kobayashi A., 2002. Aspartic proteinases are expressed in pitchers of the carnivorous plant Nepenthes alata Blanco. Planta 214: 661-667.

An C. I., Takekawa S., Okazawa A., et al., 2002. Degradation of a peptide in pitcher fluid of the carnivorous plant Nepenthes alata Blanco. Planta 215: 472-477.

Anderson B., 2005. Adaptations to foliar absorption of faeces: a pathway in plant carnivory. Ann. Bot. 95: 757-761.

Anderson B., 2009. Did insectivorous plants evolve long racemes to stop their pollinators from being eaten? South Afr. J. Bot. 75: 392.

Anderson B., 2010. Did Drosera evolve long scapes to stop their pollinators from being eaten? Ann. Bot. 106: 653-657.

Anderson B., Midgley J. J., 2001. Food or sex; pollinator-prey conflict in carnivorous plants. Ecol. Lett. 4: 511-513.

Anderson B., Midgley J. J., 2002. It takes two to tango but three is a tangle: mutualists and cheaters on the carnivorous plant Roridula. Oecologia 132: 369-373.

Anderson B., Midgley J. J., 2003. Digestive mutualism, an alternate pathway in plant carnivory. Oikos 102: 221-224.

Anderson B., Midgley J. J., 2007. Density-dependent outcomes in a digestion mutualism between carnivorous Roridula plants and associate hemipterans. Oecologia 152: 115-120.

Anderson B., Midgley J. J., Stewart B. A., 2003. Facilitated selfing offers reproductive assurance: A mutualism between a hemipteran and carnivorous plant. Am. J. Bot. 90: 1009-1015.

Anderson B., Olivieri I., Lourmas M., Stewart B. A., 2004. Comparative population genetic structures and local adaptation of two mutualists. Evolution 58: 1730-1747.

Anfraix R., 2005. Discovery of Nepenthes edwardsiana at Marai Parai. Acta Bot. Gall. 152: 205-213.

Araki S., 2000. Isozyme differentiation between two infraspecies taxa of Utricularia australis R. Br. (Lentibulariaceae) in Japan. Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 51: 31-36.

Araki S., Kadono Y., 2003. Restricted seed contribution and clonal dominance in a free-floating aquatic plant Utricularia australis R.Br. in southwestern Japan. Ecol. Res. 18: 599-609.

Athauda S. B. P., Inoue H., Iwamatsu A., Takahashi K., 1998. Acid proteinase from Nepenthes distillatoria (Badura). In: James M. N. G. (ed.): Aspartic Proteinases, Retroviral and Cellular Enzymes. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Vol. 436. Plenum Press, New York, USA, pp. 453-458.

Athauda S. B. P., Matsumoto K., Rajapakshe S., Kuribayashi M., Kojima M., Kubomura-Yoshida N., Iwamatsu A., Shibata C., Inoue H., Takahashi K., 2004. Enzymic and structural characterization of nepenthesin, a unique member of a novel subfamily of aspartic proteinases. Biochem. J. 381: 295-306.

Atsuzawa K., Nitta K., Matsushima H., et al., 2004. Fine structure and function of digestive gland of Aldrovanda vesiculosa, an aquatic carnivorous plant. Plant Cell Physiol. 45: S62-S62 Suppl. S.

Atsuzawa K., Nitta K., Takatori A., Kaneko Y., Matsushima H., 2003. Studies on the endangered aquatic carnivorous plant Aldrovanda vesiculosa – 2. Fine structure during its life cycle examined by light and electron microscopy. Plant Cell Physiol., Suppl. S, 44: 172.

Atwater D. Z., Butler J. L., Ellison A. M., 2006. Spatial distribution and impacts of moth larvae on northern pitcher plants. Northeast. Nat. 13: 43-56.

Aung H. H., Chia L. S., Goh N. K., et al., 2002. Phenolic constituents from the leaves of the carnivorous plant Nepenthes gracilis. Fitoterapia 73: 445-447.

Austin D., 2002. Sundews: discovering Florida’s ethnobotany. Palmetto 21: 12-13.


Baalim F., Peters C., Cota-Sanchez J. H., 2014. Herbarium specimens unveil the distribution of carnivorous plants in Saskatchewan, Canada. Botany 92: 141.

Babula P., Mikelová R., Adam V., Kižek R., Havel L., Sladký Z., 2006. Using of liquid chromatography coupled with diode array detector for determination of naphthoquinones in plants and for investigation of the influence of pH of cultivation medium on content of plumbagin in Dionaea muscipula. J. Chromatogr. B 842: 28-35.

Babula P., Ryant P., Adam V., Zehnálek J., Havel L., Kižek R., 2009. The role of sulphur in cadmium (II) ions detoxification demonstrated in in vitro model: Dionaea muscipula Ell. Environ. Chem. Lett. 7: 353-361.

Bailey T. S., 2008. Miraculum Naturae: Venus’s Flytrap. Trafford Publishing, Victoria, BC, Canada, 279 p.

Baiser B., Ardeshiri R. S., Ellison A. M., 2011. Species richness and trophic diversity increase decomposition in a co-evolved food web. PLoS ONE 6: e20672.

Baiser B., Gotelli N. J., Buckley H. L., Miller T. E., Ellison A. M., 2012. Geographic variation in network structure of a nearctic aquatic food web. Global Ecol. Biogeogr. 21: 579–591.eb_

Baleeiro Souza P. C., Bove C. P., 2011. A new species of Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) from Chapada dos Veadeiros (Central Brazil). Syst. Bot. 36: 465-469.

Barthlott W., Porembski S., Fischer E., Gemmel B., 1998. First Protozoa-trapping plant found. Nature 392: 447.

Barthlott W., Porembski S., Seine R., Theisen I., 2004. Karnivoren. Ulmer, Stuttgart, 224 p.

Barthlott W., Porembski S., Seine R., Theisen I., 2006. Carnivorous Plants. Timber Press, Portland.

Bartsch M., Mahnkopp F., Winkelmann T., 2014. In vitro propagation of Dionaea muscipula Ellis. Propag. Ornament. Plants 14: 117-124.

Baskin C. C., Milberg P., Andersson L., Baskin J. M., 2001. Seed dormancy-breaking and germination requirements of Drosera anglica, an insectivorous species of the northern hemisphere. Acta Oecol. 22: 1-8.

Bauer U., Bohn, H. F., Federle, W., 2008. Harmless nectar source or deadly trap: Nepenthes pitchers are activated by rain, condensation and nectar. Proc. Royal Soc. B-Biol. Sci. 275: 259-265.

Bauer U., Clemente C. J., Renner T., Federle W., 2012. Form follows function: morphological diversification and alternative trapping strategies in carnivorous Nepenthes pitcher plants. J. Evol. Biol. 25: 90-102.

Bauer U., Di Giusto B., Skepper J., Grafe T. U., Federle W., 2012. With a flick of the lid: A novel trapping mechanism in Nepenthes gracilis pitcher plants. PLoS ONE 7: e38951.

Bauer U., Federle W., 2009. The insect trapping rim of Nepenthes pitchers. Plant Signal. Behav. 4: 1-5.

Bauer U., Grafe T. U., Federle W., 2011. Evidence for alternative trapping strategies in two forms of the pitcher plant, Nepenthes rafflesiana. J. Exp. Bot. 62: 3683-3692.

Bauer U., Willmes C., Federle W., 2009. Effect of pitcher age on trapping efficiency and natural prey capture in carnivorous Nepenthes refflesiana plants. Ann. Bot. 103: 1219-1226.

Bayer R. J., Hufford L., Soltis D. E., 1996. Phylogenetic relationships in Sarraceniaceae based on rbcL and ITS sequences. Syst. Bot. 21: 121-134.

Bazile V., Moran J. A., Le Moguédec G., Marshall D. J., Gaume L., 2012. A carnivorous plant fed by its ant symbiont: A unique multi-faceted nutritional mutualism. PLoS ONE 7: e36179.

Beck S. G., Fleischmann A., Huaylla H., Müller K. F., Borsch T, 2008. Pinguicula chuquisacensis (Lentibulariaceae), a new species from the Bolivian Andes, and first insights on phylogenetic relationships among South American Pinguicula. Willdenowia 38: 201-212.

Bennett K. F., Ellison A. M., 2009. Nectar, not colour, may lure insects to their death. Biol. Lett. 5: 469-472.

Beretta M., Rodondi G., Adamec L., Andreis C., 2014. Pollen morphology of European bladderworts (Utricularia L., Lentibulariaceae). Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol. 205: 22-30.

Beretta M., Simonazzi M., Arrigoni P., Tassara F., 2011. [New sites of Utricularia bremii Heer ex Kölliker (Lentibulariaceae): considerations on its distribution and conservation in Italy] In Ital. Infor. Bot. Ital. 43: 91-95.

Bern A. L., 1997. Studies on nitrogen and phosphorus uptake by the carnivorous bladderwort Utricularia foliosa L. in south Florida wetlands. MSc. thesis, Florida Int. Univ., Miami, FL, USA, 92 p.

Békésiová I., 2000. Genes for Proteins with Antifungal Activity in Drosera rotundifolia L. PhD-thesis, Institute of Plant Genetics and Biotechnology, Slovak Acad. Sci., Nitra, 147 p.

Békésiová I., Nap J. P., Mlynárová L., 1999. Isolation of high quality DNA and RNA from leaves of the carnivorous plant Drosera rotundifolia. Plant Mol. Biol. Rep. 17: 269-277.

Benz M. J., Gorb E. V., Gorb S. N., 2012. Diversity of the slippery zone microstructure in pitchers of nine carnivorous Nepenthes taxa. Arthropod-Plant Interact.6:147–158.

Bhattarai G. P., Horner J. D., 2009. The importance of pitcher size in prey capture in the carnivorous plant, Sarracenia alata (Sarraceniaceae). Am. Midl. Natur. 161: 264-272.

Bhowmik S., Datta B. K., 2012. Extended distribution of Utricularia bifida Linn. (Lentibulariaceae) from India. Researcher 4:58-61.

Bianchini Jr. I., Cunha-Santino M. B., Panhota R. S., 2011. Oxygen uptake from aquatic macrophyte decomposition from Piraju Reservoir (Piraju, SP, Brazil). Braz. J. Biol. 71: 27-35.

Bianchini I. Jr., Peret A. M., Cunha-Santino M. B., 2006. A mecocosm study of aerobic mineralization of seven aquatic macrophytes. Aquat. Bot. 85: 163-167.

Biesmeijer J. C., Giurfa M., Koedam D., Potts S. G., Joel D. M., Dafni A., 2005. Convergent evolution: floral guides, stingless bee nest entrances, and insectivorous pitchers. Naturwissenschaften 92: 444–450.

Biteau F., Nisse E., Hehn A., Miguel S., Hannewald P., Bourgaud F., 2012. A rapid and efficient method for isolating high quality DNA from leaves of carnivorous plants from the Drosera genus. Mol. Biotechnol. 51: 247–253.

Biteau F., Nisse E., Miguel S., Hannewald P., Gaume L., Mignard B., Hehn A., Bourgaud F., 2013. A simple SDS-page protein pattern from pitcher secretions as a new tool to distinguish Nepenthes species (Nepenthaceae). Am. J. Bot. 100: 2478-2484.

Blanca G., Ruíz-Rejón M., Zamora R., 1999. Taxonomic revision of the genus Pinguicula L. in the Iberian Peninsula. Folia Geobot. 34: 337-361.

Bledzki L., Ellison A. M., 1998. Population dynamics of Habrotrocha rosa and its contribution to nutrient dynamics in the northern pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea. Hydrobiologia 385: 193-200.

Blehová A., Bobák M., Šamaj J., Hlinková E., 2010. Changes in the formation of an extracellular matrix surface network during early stages of indirect somatic embryogenesis in Drosera spathulata. Acta Bot. Hung. 52: 23-33.

Bobák M. et al., 1995. Direct plant regeneration from leaf explants of Drosera rotundifolia cultured in vitro. Plant Cell Tiss. Org. Cult. 43: 3-49.

Bobák M., Hlavačka A., Ovečka M., Šamaj J., 1999. Effect of trifluralin and colchicine on the extracellular matrix surface networks during early stages of direct somatic embryogenesis of Drosera rotundifolia L. J. Plant Physiol. 155: 387-392.

Bobák M., Šamaj J., Blehová A., Ovečka M., Hlavačka A., Illéš P., Kutarňová Z., 2006. A histological and SEM study of early stages of direct somatic embryogenesis in leaves of sundew Drosera spathulata Labill. Acta Bot. Hung. 48: 29-38.

Bobák M., Šamaj J., Blehová A., Ovečka M., Novomeská S., Krištín J., 1998. Morphology and ultrastructure of isolated gemmae of Drosera pygmaea and their in vitro germination. Biol. Plant. 41: 169-176.

Bobák M., Šamaj J., Hlinková E., Hlavačka A., Ovečka M., 2003. Extracellular matrix in early stages of direct somatic embryogenesis in leaves of Drosera spathulata. Biol. Plant. 47: 161-166.

Bohn H. F., Federle W., 2004. Insect aquaplaning: Nepenthes pitcher plants capture prey with the peristome, a fully wettable water-lubricated anisotropic surface. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 101: 14138-14143.

Bohn H. F., Thornham D. G., Federle W., 2012. Ants swimming in pitcher plants: kinematics of aquatic and terrestrial locomotion in Camponotus schmitzi. J. Comp. Physiol. A 198: 465–476.

Bokolial D., Syiemlieh S. M., Rao C. S., 2012. Conservation of pitcher plant. Curr. Sci. 102: 381-382.

Bonhomme V., Gounand I., Alaux C., Jousselin E., Barthélémy D., Gaume L., 2011. The plant-ant Camponotus schmitzi helps its carnivorous host-plant Nepenthes bicalcarata to catch its prey. J. Trop. Ecol. 27: 15-24.

Bonhomme V., Pelloux-Prayer H., Jousselin E., Forterre Y., Labat J.-J., Gaume L., 2011. Slippery of sticky? Functional diversity in the trapping strategy of Nepenthes carnivorous plants. New Phytol. 191: 545-554.

Borovec J., Sirová D., Adamec L., 2012. Light as a factor affecting the concentration of simple organics in the traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species. Fundam. Appl. Limnol. 181: 159-166.

Bott T., Meyer G. A., Young E. B., 2008. Nutrient limitation and morphological plasticity of the carnivorous pitcher plant Sarracenia purpurea in contrasting wetland environments. New Phytol. 180: 631-641.

Boulay J., Letillois B., Legendre L., 2000. Nepenthes. Acta Bot. Gall. 147: 97-110.

Bourke G., Nunn R., 2012. Australian Carnivorous Plants. Redfern Natural History Productions, 180 p.

Bove C. P., 2008. A new species of Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) from central Brazil. Revista Brazil Bot. 31: 555-558.

Boyer T., Carter R., 2011. Community analysis of green pitcher plant (Sarracenia oreophila) bogs in Alabama. Castanea 76: 364-376.

Brewer J. S., 1998. Effects of competition and litter on a carnivorous plant, Drosera capillaris (Droseraceae). Am. J. Bot. 85: 1592-1596.

Brewer J. S., 1999. Effects of competition, litter, and disturbance on an annual carnivorous plant (Utricularia juncea). Plant Ecol. 140: 159-165.

Brewer J. S., 1999. Effects of fire, competition and soil disturbance on regeneration of a carnivorous plant (Drosera capillaris). Am. Midl. Natur. 141: 28-42.

Brewer J. S., 1999. Short-term effects of fire and competition on growth and plasticity of the yellow pitcher plant, Sarracenia alata (Sarraceniaceae). Am. J. Bot. 86: 1264-1271.

Brewer J. S., 2001. A demographic analysis of fire-stimulated seedling establishment of Sarracenia alata (Sarraceniaceae). Am. J. Bot. 88: 1250-1257.

Brewer J. S., 2003. Why don‘t carnivorous pitcher plants compete with non-carnivorous plants for nutrients? Ecology 84: 451-462.

Brewer J. S., 2005. The lack of favorable responses of an endangered pitcher plant to habitat restoration. Restor. Ecol. 13: 710-717.

Brewer J. S., 2006. Resource competition, and fire-regulated nutrient demand in carnivorous plants of wet pine savannas. Appl. Veg. Sci. 9: 11-16.

Brewer J. S., Baker D. J., Nero A. S., Patterson A. L., Roberts R. S., Turner L. M., 2011. Carnivory in plants as a beneficial trait in wetlands. Aquat. Bot. 94: 62-70.

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