Dionaea


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Noun1.Dionaea - a genus of the family DroseraceaeDionaea - a genus of the family Droseraceae  
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Droseraceae, family Droseraceae, sundew family - a family of carnivorous herbs and shrubs
Dionaea muscipula, Venus's flytrap, Venus's flytraps - carnivorous plant of coastal plains of the Carolinas having sensitive hinged marginally bristled leaf blades that close and entrap insects
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A village near Lichfield, Little Hay, features a gently sloping cottage-style garden featuring abundant herbaceous perennials and shrubs leading to a vegetable patch Beaufort in Telford will open for people to feast their eyes on sarracenia, 100 Venues flytrap clones - dionaea muscipula - sundews and butterworts.
By what name is the carnivorous plant Dionaea muscipula better known?
Though, there are various honeypot applications developed by security communities such as Honeyd, Dionaea, Kippo, Conpot, Glastopf, Thug.
Name of sensor Count Description Dionaea 74731 Honeypot Kippo 19132 Honeypot Nemea 2847552 Set of detectors LaBrea 66561368 Honeypot Fail2Ban 4606 Detector HostStats 1252748 NetFlow Analyzer Flowmon ADS 446 Monitoring tool IntelMQ 1687132 Security feeds collector Sentinel 1650 Endpoint security ftas 1836 NetFlow Analyzer Other 15484 For example, Warden filter sender Table 2: Significant key in IDEA format.
From one species of Venus' flytrap - there is only one species, Dionaea muscipula - breeders have gone to town, and Szesze's Carnivorous Plant Nursery sells more than 30 varieties.
SPRIGS, FRONDS AND SPRAYS Unlike Rousseau's jungle, in the student work below, the plants may be identifiable: a Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) in the upper left, a red ginger (Alpinia purpurata) in the upper right, blue flowers in the lower left reminiscent of Vanda coerulea orchids, and perhaps Heliconia in the lower right.
Stahlberg [5] reviewed the history of electrical signals from the first recordings of action potentials (AP) in sensitive Dionaea and Mimosa plants at the end of the 19th century to their rediscovery in common plants in the 1950s, from the first intracellular recordings of AP in giant algal cells to the identification of the ionic mechanisms by voltage-clamp experiments.
QTHE label on my Venus flytrap - Dionaea muscipula - says it should be watered using rainwater.
The main cover article profiled Helmut Keller, a German MD who has produced voluminous research on his patented phytonutrient extract of Dionaea muscipula, or Venus flytrap, and its anticancer effects.
Further, these authors described Venus flytraps, Dionaea, as producing weak scent that might lure insects.