Some articles on flower parts:
... with glandular trichomes on their sepals, leaves, flower parts, or scapes have been suggested to be protocarnivorous (or paracarnivorous) ... to trap insects may be a defensive mechanism against damage to flower parts ... mechanism against insects damaging flower parts ...
Famous quotes containing the words parts and/or flower:
“The imagination of man is naturally sublime, delighted with whatever is remote and extraordinary, and running, without control, into the most distant parts of space and time in order to avoid the objects, which custom has rendered too familiar to it.”
—David Hume (17111776)
“Fenced early in this cloistral round
Of reverie, of shade, of prayer,
How should we grow in other ground?
How can we flower in foreign air?
MPass, banners, pass, and bugles, cease;
And leave our desert to its peace!”
—Matthew Arnold (18221888)