TPO 23 - Question 6
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The lecture introduces two ways that carnivorous plants get their nutrients. The first way is active traps, the plant’s body or part of its body moves to catch preys. Such as Venus flytrap, they have sweet nectar to lure insects and have leaves that can close like a mouth. When insects land on its leaves, the leaves close to form a cage and shut the insects inside. Then they will be able to digest the insects and get the nutrients. The second way is passive traps, such as sundew plant. The sundew plant has sweet substance and sticky stuff on its leaves; insects that were attracted by the scent will get stuck on its leaves. In this way, they catch the insects to get the nutrients they need.