SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Adam JH. 1997. Prey spectra of Bornean Nepenthes species (Nepenthaceae) in relation to their habitat. Pertanika Journal of Tropical Forest Science 20: 121134.
  • Anderson B. 2005. Adaptations to foliar absorption of faeces: a pathway in plant carnivory. Annals of Botany 95: 757761.
  • Baldwin BG. 1997. Adaptive radiation of the Hawaiian silversword alliance: congruence and conflict of phylogenetic evidence from molecular and non-molecular investigations. In: GivnishTJ, SytsmaKJ, eds. Molecular evolution and adaptive radiation. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 104108.
  • Bauer U, Bohn HF, Federle W. 2008. Harmless nectar source or deadly trap: Nepenthes pitchers are activated by rain, condensation and nectar. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 275: 259265.
  • Bohn HF, Federle W. 2004. Insect aquaplaning: Nepenthes pitcher plants capture prey with the peristome, a fully wettable water-lubricated anisotropic surface. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 101: 1413814143.
  • Butler MA, Sawyer SA, Losos JB. 2007. Sexual dimorphism and adaptive radiation in Anolis lizards. Nature 447: 202205.
  • Clarke CM. 1997. Nepenthes of Borneo. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia: Natural History Publications (Borneo).
  • Clarke CM. 2001. Nepenthes of Sumatra & Peninsular Malaysia. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia: Natural History Publications (Borneo).
  • Clarke CM, Bauer U, Lee CC, Tuen AA, Rembold K, Moran JA. 2009. Tree shrew lavatories: a novel nitrogen sequestration strategy in tropical pitcher plants. Biology Letters 5: 632635.
  • Collins NM. 1980. The distribution of soil macrofauna on the west ridge of Gunung (Mount) Mulu, Sarawak. Oecologia 44: 263275.
  • Cresswell JE. 1998. Morphological correlates of necromass accumulation in the traps of an Eastern tropical pitcher plant, Nepenthes ampullaria Jack, and observations on the pitcher infauna and its reconstitution following experimental removal. Oecologia 113: 383390.
  • DiGiusto B, Grosbois V, Fargeas E, Marshall DJ, Gaume L. 2008. Contribution of pitcher fragrance and fluid viscosity to high prey diversity in a Nepenthes carnivorous plant from Borneo. Journal of Biosciences 33: 121136.
  • Emmons LH. 1991. Frugivory in treeshrews (Tupaia). American Naturalist 138: 642649.
  • Gaume L, DiGiusto B 2009. Adaptive significance and ontogenetic variability of the waxy zone in Nepenthes rafflesiana. Annals of Botany 104: 12811291.
  • Gaume L, Forterre Y. 2007. A viscoelastic deadly fluid in carnivorous pitcher plants. PLoS ONE 2: e1185.
  • Gaume L, Gorb S, Rowe N. 2002. Function of epidermal cells in the trapping efficiency of Nepenthes alata pitchers. New Phytologist 156: 479489.
  • Gorb E, Kastner V, Peressadko A, Arzt E, Gaume L, Rowe N, Gorb S. 2004. Structure and properties of the glandular surface in the digestive zone of the pitcher in the carnivorous plant Nepenthes ventrata and its role in insect trapping and retention. Journal of Experimental Biology 207: 29472963.
  • Jebb MHP, Cheek M. 1997. A skeletal revision of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae). Blumea 42: 1106.
  • Juniper BE, Robins RJ, Joel D. 1989. The carnivorous plants. London, UK: Academic Press.
  • Kawamichi T, Kawamichi M. 1979. Spatial organization and territory in tree shrews (Tupaia glis). Animal Behaviour 27: 381393.
  • Kurata S. 1976. Nepenthes of Mount Kinabalu. Sabah, Malaysia: Sabah Parks Trustees.
  • Lloyd FE. 1942. The carnivorous plants. New York, NY, USA: Chronica Botanica.
  • Lunau K. 2004. Adaptive radiation and coevolution – pollination biology case studies. Organisms, Diversity & Evolution 4: 207224.
  • Meimberg H, Heubl G. 2006. Introduction of a nuclear marker for phylogenetic analysis of Nepenthaceae. Plant Biology 8: 831840.
  • Merbach MA, Merbach DJ, Maschwitz U, Booth WE, Fiala B, Zizka G. 2002. Mass march of termites into the deadly trap. Nature 415: 37.
  • Midgley JJ, Stock WD. 1998. Natural abundance of δ15N confirms insectivorous habit of Roridula gorgonias, despite it having no proteolytic enzymes. Annals of Botany 82: 387388.
  • Moran JA. 1996. Pitcher dimorphism, prey composition and the mechanisms of prey attraction in the pitcher plant Nepenthes rafflesiana in Borneo. Journal of Ecology 84: 515525.
  • Moran JA, Moran AJ. 1998. Foliar reflectance and vector analysis reveal nutrient stress in prey-deprived pitcher plants (Nepenthes rafflesiana). International Journal of Plant Sciences 159: 9961001.
  • Moran JA, Booth WE, Charles JK. 1999. Aspects of pitcher morphology and spectral characteristics of six Bornean Nepenthes pitcher plant species: implications for prey capture. Annals of Botany 83: 521528.
  • Moran JA, Merbach MA, Livingston NJ, Clarke CM, Booth WE. 2001. Termite prey specialization in the pitcher plant Nepenthes albomarginata– evidence from stable isotope analysis. Annals of Botany 88: 307311.
  • Moran JA, Clarke CM, Hawkins BJ. 2003. From carnivore to detritivore? Isotopic evidence for leaf litter utilization by the tropical pitcher plant Nepenthes ampullaria International Journal of Plant Sciences 164: 635639.
  • Pavlovič A, Singerová L, Demko V, Hudák J. 2009. Feeding enhances photosynthetic efficiency in the carnivorous pitcher plant Nepenthes talangensis. Annals of Botany 104: 307314.
  • Payne J, Francis CM, Phillipps K. 1985. A field guide to the mammals of Borneo. Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia: Sabah Society.
  • Phillipps A, Lamb A, Lee CC. 2009. Pitcher plants of Borneo, 2nd edn. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia: Natural History Publications (Borneo).
  • Plachno BJ, Adamec L, Huet H. 2009. Mineral nutrient uptake from prey and glandular phosphatase activity as a dual test of carnivory in semi-desert plants with glandular leaves suspected of carnivory. Annals of Botany 104: 649654.
  • Schiestl FP, Cozzolino S. 2008. Evolution of sexual mimicry in the orchid subtribe Orchidinae: the role of preadaptations in the attraction of male bees as pollinators. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8: 27.
  • Schluter D. 2000. The ecology of adaptive radiation. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Schulze W, Schulze ED, Pate JS, Gillison AN. 1997. The nitrogen supply from soils and insects during growth of the pitcher plants Nepenthes mirabilis, Cephalotus follicularis and Darlingtonia californica. Oecologia 112: 464471.
  • Whittall JB, Hodges SA. 2007. Pollinator shifts drive increasingly long nectar spurs in columbine flowers. Nature 447: 706709.
  • Zar JH. 1999. Biostatistical analysis, 4th edn. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA: Prentice Hall.