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which of the following is a legal and commonly used trap? bell trap S trap drum trap or P trap
drum trap Decent codes will not allow a Bell trap, Drum trap, S trap The better codes allow a running or P trap
By cutting it out and installing either a P trap or a running trap as an S trap is notorious for losing its seal
A J trap is normally tubular and a P trap is brass and does not swivel
the trigger of a trap.
it usses trigger hairs
It has trigger hairs that snap the bugs.
She shoots a bag of apples that set off the mines.
Bladderworts trap their prey when their trap is triggered by prey brushing up against small trigger hairs attached to the trap door. Once the trap is triggered, it will close sucking the prey and surrounding water into the trap.
The books don't say which was kind of sad.
A dependent event is one that relies on something else to happen. For instance with a mouse trap the trap closing "depends" on the trigger being activated.
You have to jump when you see the blocks (stacked) jump then go down then your done
Those are called 'triggering hairs' that do exactly what it says on the tin! They 'trigger' any movement that enters the leaf, and cause it to shut like a trap, hence the name, Venus "Flytrap".
If two trigger hairs are touched by an insect inside one of its traps, the trap will snap shut.
Yes, they will. Carnivorous plants will catch any bugs that trigger the trap, they don't care!
Those are called trigger hairs, that once stepped on, cause the trap to close.