1990 - 1994

    Abbasi SA, Nipaney PC, Schaumberg GD (1990) Bioenergy potential of eight common aquatic weeds. Biol Wastes 34: 359-366

    Friday L, Quarmby C (1994) Uptake and translocation of prey-derived 15N and 32P in Utricularia vulgaris L. New Phytol 126: 273-281

    Friday LE (1991) The size and the shape of th etrap of Utricularia  vulgaris L. Funct Ecol 5: 602-607

    Friday LE (1992) Measuring investment in carnivory: Seasonal and individual variation in trap number and biomass in Utricularia vulgaris  L. New Phytol 121: 439-445

    Galek H, Osswald WF, Elstner EF (1990) Oxidative protein modification as predigestive mechanism of the carnivorous plant Dionaea muscipula: An hypothesis based on in vitro experiments. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 9: 427-434

    Gonzalez JM, Jaffe K, Michelangeli E (1991) Competition for prey between the carnivorous Bromeliaceae Brichinia reducta and Sarraceniaceae Heliamphora nutans. Biotropica 23: 602-604

    Jaffe K, MicheIangeli F, Gonzalez JM, Miras B, Ruiz MC (1992) Carnivory in pitcher plants of the genus Heliamphora  (Sarraceniaceae). New Phytol 122: 733-744

    Knight SE (1992) Costs of carnivory in the common bladderwort, Utricularia macrorhiza. Oecologia 89: 348-355

    Knight SE, Frost TM (1991) Bladder control in Utricularia macrorhiza: lake-specific variation in plant investments in carnivory. Ecology 72: 728-734

    Sibaoka T (1991) Rapid plant movements triggered by action potentials. Bot Mag Tokyo 104: 73-95

    Stewart Jr. CN, Nilsen ET (1993) Responses of Drosera capensis and D. binata var. multifida (Droseraceae) to manipulations of insect availability and soil nutrient levels. NZ J  Bot 31: 385-390

    Williams SE, Albert VA, Chase MW (1994) Relationships pf Drpseraceae: A cladistic analysis of rbcL sequence and morphological data. Am J Bot 81: 1027-1037