Articles from Batthula Vijaya Lakshmi Vadde
I am a Fleming postdoctoral associate at Adrienne Roeder’s lab, Cornell University trying to understand the giant cell patterning in Arabidopsis sepals. Besides, I am also interested in science communication stiving to writing scientific discoveries in a discernable manner to reach a broader audience. I am currently an assistant feature editor to “The Plant Cell”, Plantae fellow, and recently started writing for Share Biology. Apart from science, I enjoy photography, cooking, traveling, and reading. You can reach me at @Vijaya_Batthula and know more at batthulavijayalakshmivadd.com
Carnivorous plants are exceptional in exhibiting fast organ movement, unlike most other plants, like closing the trap to catch a nutrient-rich animal. One such carnivorous plant is the Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) which has a bilobed trap.