Leaf CNPK concentrations and isotopic signatures

Thomas Givnish
Previous meta-analyses suggested that carnivorous plants – despite access to N, P, and K from prey – have significantly lower leaf concentrations of these nutrients than non-carnivores. Those studies, however, largely compared carnivores in nutrient-poor habitats with non-carnivores in more nutrient-rich sites, so that the differences reported might reflect habitat differences as much as differences in nutrient-capture strategy. Here we examine three carnivorous and 12 non-carnivorous plants in the same nutrient-poor bog to compare their...
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