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The bladder serving as floats for trapping insects is found in

a)

Zizyphus

b)

Utricularia

c)

Nephenthes

d)

Acacia


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The bladder serving as floats for trapping insects is found in

a)

Zizyphus

b)

Utricularia

c)

Nephenthes

d)

Acacia

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Answer Key : (b) -

(b)

Utricularia or bladderwort is a submerged aquatic insectivorous plant. Its rootless, floating stem bears highly dissected leaves. A portion of leaf is modified into sac-like bladders of about 1.3 mm in diameter. Each bladder is guarded by a small valve, which opens inwardly. Small insects flow into the bladder with water but not able to come out to the pressure of volve.



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