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Thread: Article on CP Roots

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    Folks may have already seen this, I just came across this article on CP Roots--interesting. Thought I'd share.

    http://www.springerlink.com/media....771.pdf

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    Wow! That was interesting info. Thanks, Mike!
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    Okay...I have to fess up...I didn't just happen across it. I saw the reference for it in an article on roots in the latest issue of the CPN. Then by the magic of Google...voila'
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    Micheal The link doesn't bring me to the article. What is the name of it? I would like to read it. Thanks
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    It just brings up the front page of springerlink, home.

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    Hi Josh & Jason-for some reason it's working for some but not others--odd. BUT, there is another way to get it that works too for free... I just tried it again, and it worked.
    1. At www.scholar.google.com type: Adlassnig The roots of carnivorous plants
    2. The link to the article should be showing at this point--click on that link
    3. You'll be taken to the journal webpage for the article--somewhere on the bottom right of the page should be a button that reads: Open Full Text. Hit the button and you should be taken to the article--you will need acrobat reader for it to open.

    Happy Trails and Good Reading! Mike
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    I decided to link it to the page where one can open the full text. People need Acrobat Adobe to read the article. Very enlightening, especially about Darlingtonia and metals. Thank you providing the article.

    Open Full Text link

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    LOL Jim scott yours is doing the same thing Micheals did. I will go michea way to se if I can find it.
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