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lines 2—15 annotation There is this difference that it digests at ordinary temps— so must stomach of Frog
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from End Note annotation 64 vegetable feeders can undergo greater & more prolonged fatigue & thus whole structure is in condition. Curious remarks, explaining this

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from End Slip, Side 1 annotation Vol 1. p.73 Digestion modifies food & therefore probably, C of Ammonia is not strictly digested by Drosera.
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