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John Horner publishes three chapter in the new book Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, ecology, and evolution (Oxford University Press, Oxford)

Congratulations to John Horner on the publication of a new book on carnivorous plants in which he contributed to three chapters:

 

Horner, J. D., B. J. Płachno, U. Bauer, and B. Di Giusto, 2018, Prey attraction by carnivorous plants, In: A. M. Ellison and L. Adamec (eds.), Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, ecology, and evolution, Oxford University Press, Oxford, p. 157-166.

 

Darnowski, D., U. Bauer, M. Méndez, J. Horner, and B. Płachno, 2018, Prey selection and specialization by carnivorous plants,  In: A. M. Ellison and L. Adamec (eds.), Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, ecology, and evolution, Oxford University Press, Oxford, p. 285-293.

 

Cross, A. T., A. R. Davis, A. Fleischmann, J. D. Horner, A. Jürgens, D. J. Merritt, G. L. Murza, and S. R. Turner, 2018, Reproductive biology and prey-pollinator conflicts, In: A. M. Ellison and L. Adamec (eds.), Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, ecology, and evolution, Oxford University Press, Oxford, p. 294-313.

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