Pollination[edit]. H. lineata are common pollinators and are known to collect nectar from flowers. As caterpillars they feed on ... with shorter-tongued individuals carrying out the most effective pollination.[8] ...
Pollination[edit]. Main articles: Pollination management and List of crop plants pollinated by bees ... Of all the honey bee species, only A. mellifera has been used extensively for commercial pollination of fruit and vegetable ... The best known honey bee is the Western honey bee which has been domesticated for honey production and crop pollination; modern ... Bees of various types other than honey bees are also domesticated and used for pollination or other means around the world, ...
Pollination and fruit formation depend on meiosis. Meiosis is central to the processes by which diploid microspore mother cells ... This is not the same as self-pollination, despite the common claim that tomatoes do so. That tomatoes pollinate themselves ... In the wild, original state, tomatoes required cross-pollination; they were much more self-incompatible than domestic cultivars ... Union of haploid nuclei from pollen and ovule (fertilization) can occur either by self- or cross-pollination. Fertilization ...
Pollination[edit]. Pollination has driven the coevolution of flowering plants and their animal pollinators for over 100 million ... Main article: Pollination. In pollination, pollinators including insects (entomophily), some birds (ornithophily), and some ... "Types of Pollination, Pollinators and Terminology". CropsReview.Com. Retrieved 2015-10-20.. ... Short-term interactions, including predation and pollination, are extremely important in ecology and evolution. These are short ...
Certain species, such as Lampetia equestris or Eumerus tuberculatus, are responsible for pollination. ... Shi, J.; Luo, Y.B.; Ran, J.C.; Liu, Z.J.; Zhou, Q. (2009). "Pollination by deceit in Paphiopedilum barbigerum (Orchidaceae): a ... also achieves pollination by deceit by exploiting the innate yellow color preference of syrphids.[19] ... "Smells like aphids: orchid flowers mimic aphid alarm pheromones to attract hoverflies for pollination". Proc. R. Soc. B. 278 ...
Pollination[edit]. The pollination of California's almonds is the largest annual managed pollination event in the world, with ... Much of the pollination is managed by pollination brokers, who contract with migratory beekeepers from at least 49 states for ... To partially protect almond growers from the rising cost of insect pollination, researchers at the Agricultural Research ... California production is marked by a period of intense pollination during late winter by rented commercial bees transported by ...
Pollination. In the wild, pineapples are pollinated primarily by hummingbirds.[2][15] Certain wild pineapples are foraged and ... Under cultivation, because seed development diminishes fruit quality, pollination is performed by hand, and seeds are retained ...
Pollination[edit]. The flowers are visited by a wide variety of insects (the generalised pollination syndrome).[9] Some species ...
The pollination of California's almonds is the largest annual managed pollination event in the world, with close to one million ... Much of the pollination is managed by pollination brokers, who contract with migratory beekeepers from at least 49 states for ... To partially protect almond growers from the rising cost of insect pollination, researchers at the Agricultural Research ... causing nationwide shortages of honey bees and increasing the price of insect pollination. ...
Pollination. In the wild, pineapples are pollinated primarily by hummingbirds.[2][11] Certain wild pineapples are foraged and ... pollinated at night by bats.[12] Under cultivation, because seed development diminishes fruit quality, pollination is performed ...
There are four to seven pollination groups in apples, depending on climate: *Group A - Early flowering, 1 to 3 May in England ...
... have highly specialized flowers modified to promote pollination by a specific pollinator that is correspondingly adapted. The ...
Self-pollination[edit]. A. thaliana is a predominantly self-pollinating plant with an outcrossing rate estimated at less than ... A physical mechanism for self-pollination in A. thaliana is through pre-anthesis autogamy, such that fertilisation takes place ... Meioses that lead to self-pollination are unlikely to produce significant beneficial genetic variability. However, these ... 0.3%.[84] An analysis of the genome-wide pattern of linkage disequilibrium suggested that self-pollination evolved roughly a ...
After pollination, the pollen grain germinates, and a pollen tube grows and penetrates the ovule through a tiny pore called a ... Processes such as insemination or pollination which happen before the fusion of gametes are also sometimes informally called ... This is the point when fertilisation actually occurs; pollination and fertilisation are two separate processes. The nucleus of ...
Pollination is achieved by the plant utilizing brood-site-based pollination, the chloropid fly Elachiptera formosa forms a ... Pollination biology[edit]. In the pistillate stage the spadix of P. virginica is entirely covered by the spathe, not allowing ... "The pollination biology of tuckahoe, Peltandra virginica (Araceae)". American Journal of Botany. 82 (10): 1230-1240. doi: ...
Pollination of legumes[edit]. Legumes can either be self-pollinated or cross-pollinated. Pollination serves the purpose for the ... Self-pollination limits the capability for genetic variation, whereas for cross-pollination the opposite is true. ... Two legumes used for pasture with cross-pollination are: Desmodium intortum and Desmodium uncinatum. When the flower is opened ...
Propagation and pollination[edit]. Kumquats do not grow well from seeds and so are vegetatively propagated by using rootstock ...
Pollination and seed development[edit]. The pine nut (seed) species will take a time that depends on the exact species (e.g. 36 ... For some American species development begins in early spring with pollination. A tiny cone, about the size of a small marble, ...
In a case of self-pollination, this process takes place from the anther of a flower to the stigma of the same flower. Pollen is ... 1911). "Pollination" . Encyclopædia Britannica. 22 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 2-5. Tosi, S.; Costa, C.; Vesco ... The transfer of pollen grains to the female reproductive structure (pistil in angiosperms) is called pollination. This transfer ... their consumption of nectar in flowers is an important aspect of the pollination process. Bee pollen for human consumption is ...
... is pollen-borne and likely infects during pollination. Bees and other pollinators are the main vectors ... The blueberry shock virus spreads by pollination; therefore, spreading only occurs in spring when pollinators are active. Honey ... "Pollination". Illinois College of Agricultural Consumer & Environmental Sciences. Retrieved December 1, 2014.. ...
Surface pollination is more frequent, and appears to be a transitional phase between wind pollination and true hydrophily. In ... Hydrophily is a fairly uncommon form of pollination whereby pollen is distributed by the flow of waters, particularly in rivers ... Cox, P.A. (1988). "Hydrophilous pollination". Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 19 (1): 261-279. doi:10.1146/annurev.es ... 1911). "Pollination". Encyclopædia Britannica. 22 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 2-5.. ...
Only two genera have changed to insect pollination.. Pollination syndrome[change , change source]. Pollination syndrome is the ... Animal pollination[change , change source]. Beetle pollination. Beetle-pollinated flowers are usually large, greenish or off- ... Wasp pollination. Wasps are also responsible for the pollination of several plants species, being important pollen vectors and ... Wind pollination[change , change source]. Wind pollinated flowers are usually small and inconspicuous (not showy). They do not ...
"Buzz Pollination". Retrieved 11 February 2015. Goulson, Dave; Hawson, Sadie A.; Stout, Jane C. (1998). "Foraging bumblebees ... "Modelling bee pollination: enter the 'flight arena'". Global Food Security. Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research ... Bumblebees are also capable of buzz pollination, in which they dislodge pollen from the anthers by creating a resonant ... A decline in bumblebee numbers could cause large-scale changes to the countryside, resulting from inadequate pollination of ...
"Wasp Pollination". USDA Forest Service. Retrieved 5 August 2015. Sühs; Somavilla; Putzke; Köhler (2009). "Pollen vector wasps ( ... While the vast majority of wasps play no role in pollination, a few species can effectively transport pollen and pollinate ... therefore contributing for potential pollination of several plant species. Pollen wasps in the subfamily Masarinae gather ...
"Cross Pollination". www.516arts.org. Archived from the original on 2019-03-01. Retrieved 2019-03-01. Gallery, Kamloops Art. " ... 2017 - Cross Pollination, 516 Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. 2017 - AlterNation, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, British ...
"Pollination Canada". Retrieved 16 November 2014. "Pollination Canada partners". "The Bauta Family Initiative on Canadian Seed ... Pollination Canada has 28 other partner organizations. In February 2013, Gretchen Bauta, Canadian philanthropist and daughter ... Seeds of Diversity initiated a project called Pollination Canada with the aim of increasing awareness of native bees and ... crop genetic diversity and the redesign of pollination strategies". Seeds of Diversity originated in 1984 as the Heritage Seed ...
In addition to other forms of pollination, this plant is adapted to rain-pollination. The Latin specific name means "bone- ... Rain-pollination. I kommission hos E. Munksgaard. Retrieved 26 May 2018. McClintock, David; Fitter, R.S.R. (1961). The Pocket ...
Hagerup, O. (1951) Pollination in the Faroes - in spite of rain and poverty in insects. Biologiske Meddelelser, Kongelige ... Pollination in Liparis and Malaxis). Botanisk Tidsskrift 45: 396-402. Hagerup, O. (1942) The morphology and biology of the ... Ant pollination). Botanisk Tidsskrift 46: 116-123. Hagerup, O. (1944) Notes on some boreal polyploids. Hereditas 30: 152-160. ... Hagerup, O. (1932) On Pollination in the extremely hot air at Timbuctu. Dansk Botanisk Arkiv 8 (1): 1-20. Hagerup, O. (1933) ...
"Wasp Pollination". www.fs.fed.us. Retrieved 2021-03-08. Lives of Social Insects Peggy Larson p.13 "About Yellowjackets and the ... although they are capable of pollination). Yellowjackets have lance-like stingers with small barbs, and typically sting ...
reptans (L.) E. Meyer). In addition to other forms of pollination, this plant is adapted to rain-pollination. Ranunculus ... Rain-pollination. I kommission hos E. Munksgaard. Retrieved 26 May 2018. Media related to Ranunculus flammula at Wikimedia ...