Definition of Bladderworts

1. Noun. (plural of bladderwort) ¹



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Definition of Bladderworts

1. bladderwort [n] - See also: bladderwort

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bladderworts

bladdered
bladderful
bladderfuls
bladderless
bladderlike
bladdernose
bladdernut
bladdernut family
bladdernuts
bladderpod
bladders
bladdersful
bladderworm
bladderwort
bladderwort family
bladderworts (current term)
bladderwrack
bladderwracks
bladdery
bladding
blade apple
blade bit
blade bone
blade connector
blade implantation
blade roast
blade server
blade servers

Literary usage of Bladderworts

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1. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and by Anton Kerner von Marilaun, Francis Wall Oliver (1902)
"... closed in each case by a valve, which permits objects to penetrate into Fig. 17—bladderworts. In the foreground Utricularia ..."

2. Plant Life of Alabama: An Account of the Distribution, Modes of Association by Charles Mohr (1901)
"In the sundews sensitive contractile viscid hairs cover the upper side, of the leaves and entrap the insect upon its approach: in the bladderworts the ..."

3. Reports of the Survey (1899)
"In the tropics, however, a number of bladderworts grow as perching plants ... For the most part, true bladderworts have no roots, but extend in the water ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1883)
"The bladderworts of to-day, it is true, capture their insects or ... Beyond the stage of the bladderworts, however, the inner life of the plant-world ..."

5. Chapters in Modern Botany by Patrick Geddes (1893)
"This is still represented in the terrestrial bladderworts, ... In the aquatic bladderworts the terminal floral axis of the seedling is suppressed, ..."

6. The Sagacity & Morality of Plants: A Sketch of the Life & Conduct of the by John Ellor Taylor (1884)
"Charles Kingsley's observant eye did not fail to notice the peculiarity of the West Indian kinds of bladderworts: "The type of the rushes and grasses was ..."

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