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    Is this Scrophulariaceae species practicing carnivory?

    Dear FrankenSnyder-san, @FrankenSnyder Konnichiwa! Thank you very much! I still don't know what I can do this year. But I was inspired by this thread and wondered if I could do anything. I didn't want to use the seeds that I plan to use for mass production of seeds in the future, so I wondered...
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    cultivar

    The reason the international authority does not accept my "cultivar" registration is because I am aiming for registration to the Government of Japan first. If the Government of Japan approves my variety registration after passing a strict examination, the Government of Japan will allow me an...
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    cultivar

    First of all, the word "breeding" I use here means "creating new artificial varieties". It does not mean pollinating to obtain hybrid clones. Even when pollinating two pure species to create F1 Hybrid clones, the task of pollination and creating hybrid clones is only a tiny fragment / small...
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    Primitive carnivory analyzed

    Dear bluemax-san, Dear FrankenSnyder-san, Konnichiwa! I'm sorry if I made mistakes in using technical terms. If the enzyme was present, In addition to the expected enzyme, I thought that KSV might release substances for pH regulation / control / adjustment to accelerate the reaction of that...
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    Primitive carnivory analyzed

    Dear bluemax-san, Dear FrankenSnyder-san, Konnichiwa! Thank you very much for your reply. The water used for the control should be pH neutral or should be the same as the KSV pooling fluid? The pH meter that I used to use for hydroponics can measure the acidity of a small amount (0.1 ml) of...
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    Is this Scrophulariaceae species practicing carnivory?

    There is a very interesting thread. Primitive carnivory analyzed | TerraForums Venus Flytrap, Nepenthes, Drosera and more talk By some chance, you might see persons like me doing low-level discussions, but it's a thread worth visiting once in a while. At least one of the contributors is good...
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    Primitive carnivory analyzed

    Part4/4 I'm busy this year so I still don't know what I can actually do. We have to work at night too, but maybe I can do something more than during the day. If possible, I would like to sow KSV in vitro. TC of KSV is very easy. Acclimatizing is a bit cumbersome because the tissue is soft. I...
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    Primitive carnivory analyzed

    Part3/4 These photos were taken when I actually succeeded in shooting the pooling effect. In the room next to the bedroom, I used LED lighting and time-lapse software during the day to shoot automatically. I turned off the LED lights at night and turned on the lights when I woke up a couple of...
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    Primitive carnivory analyzed

    Part2/4 These photos were taken in 2014 when I was thinking of setting up for shooting.
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    Primitive carnivory analyzed

    Part1/4 Dear FrankenSnyder-san, Konnichiwa! Thank you very much for inviting me to a very interesting and nice thread. The content of the conversation is so advanced that I don't think it's appropriate for me to join this thread, but I'd appreciate it if I could join a little. The pooling...
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