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How plants that can digest insects grow successfully in soils lacking in nitrates?

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All plants need nitrogen for their growth and development. They obtain it from soils in the form of nitrates. The plants that cannot manufacture proteins capture insect and uses the insects protein / amino acid for their growth. Such plants are known as insectivorous plants. Example, pitcher plant.

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