Plants of this marsupial from North America. Sarracenia has a rhizome with the root fibers, funnel-shaped leaves, hereinafter called the sac. At the top of the leaf there is an additional form of such a cover. Usually form a rosette sac around the point of growth in the rhizome. The inside of the bag is divided into 4 zones based on function and structure of the surface.
The first zone on the surface of the cover that contain nectar glands and hair follicles that leads to the bottom called a towing zone. The second zone, just below the first zone, containing many nectar glands and smooth surface. The third zone contains many digestive glands and waxy smooth surface. The fourth zone is the area of digestive and absorbent, contain a lot of hair that lead down. The function of hair that lead down is to prevent the escape of fluid prey death.
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Spread of Sarracenia