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*  Ecological network
Memmot, J.; Waser, N.M.; Price, M.V. (2004). "Tolerance of pollination networks to species extinctions". Proceedings of the ... Memmot, J.; Waser, N.M.; Price, M.V. (2004). "Tolerance of pollination networks to species extinctions". Proceedings of the ... Biological network Consumer-resource systems Food web Pollination network Recycling (ecological) Williams, R.J.; Berlow, E.L.; ...
*  Floral scent
... and reduced emissions after pollination, probably due to mechanisms linked with fecundation. Abiotic factors, such as ... "Regulation of Methylbenzoate Emission after Pollination in Snapdragon and Petunia Flowers". The Plant Cell. 15 (12): 2992-3006 ...
*  Cycas
Pollination takes place by air. The plant takes several years to grow, sexual reproduction takes place after 10 years of ...
*  Larix sibirica
The male and female cones are borne separately on the same tree; pollination is in early spring. The male cones are solitary, ... 4-6 months after pollination. The old cones commonly remain on the tree for many years, turning dull grey-black. The minimum ...
*  Danny Beath
It was here that he did much of the research for his papers and articles on the pollination of Amorphophallus johnsonii by ... Beath, Daniel D.N. (May 1996). "Pollination of Amorphophallus johnsonii (Araceae) by carrion beetles (Phaeochrous amplus) in a ... Danny (13 May 2011). "Pollination Ecology of the Araceae". Aroid.org. International Aroid Society. Retrieved 11 March 2013. ... Silphidae, the biology and pollination ecology of Araceae in Ghana and spadix heating in African arcaeae. Beath was diagnosed ...
*  Cornus canadensis
I. Breeding systems and pollination. Canadian Journal of Botany. 65: 2036-2046. A record-breaking pollen catapult at Academia. ... they can hybridize by cross-pollination, producing plants with intermediate characteristics. Cornus canadensis is a mesophytic ...
*  Mahadeva Subramania Mani
Pollination Ecology and Evolution in Compositae, Science Publishers Inc. USA and New Delhi, Oxford & IBH. 1999. Plant Galls of ... DOEN - Project on Butterfly Pollination. Introduction to High Altitude Entomology, London, Methuen & Co. 1962 Ecology of Plant ... W. Junk Publishers, 1985 Fundamentals of High Altitude Biology, New Delhi, Oxford & IBH, 2nd, edition, 1990 Pollination Ecology ...
*  Buddleja pichinchensis
Pollination is possibly by hummingbirds. The species was briefly in commerce in the UK (Fillpots Nursery, Colchester) circa ...
*  Isidwaba
"A Cross-Pollination and Critique". Indilinga African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Berglund, A.I (1976). Zulu ...
*  Floral biology
There are a large number of other mechanisms that enhance cross-pollination and prevent self-pollination. The forces that lead ... Anthecology Pollination syndrome Pollination trap Floral scent Percival, Mary (2013). Floral Biology. Elsevier. Lloyd, David G ... Studies in floral biology can have applications since pollination and fruit set are key factors that affect yield in all crop ... They evolved mechanisms to reduce self-pollination by changing the timing of maturity of the male and female parts. This ...
*  L. Walter Macior
MACIOR, L. W. (1982-01-01). "Plant community and pollinator dynamics in the evolution of pollination mechanisms in Pedicularis ... Macior, Lazarus Walter (1970-07-01). "The Pollination Ecology of Pedicularis in Colorado". American Journal of Botany. 57 (6): ... Macior, Lazarus Walter (1966-03-01). "Foraging Behavior of Bombus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Relation to Aquilegia Pollination". ... Scrophulariaceae)". Pollination and Evolution: 29-45. Macior, W. A. and E. B. Matzke 1951. "An Experimental Analysis of Cell- ...
*  Bill S. Hansson
Orchid pollination by sexual swindle. Nature 399:421-422. doi:10.1038/20829 Hansson, B.S. (Hrsg.) (1999). Insect Olfaction. ... A deceptive pollination system targeting drosophilids through olfactory mimicry of yeast. Current Biology, 20, 1846-1852. doi: ...
*  Seed dispersal syndrome
Fenster, C. B., Armbruster, W. S., Wilson, P., Dudash, M. R. & Thomson, J. D. (2004). Pollination Syndromes and Floral ... However, seed dispersal syndromes are more common in gymnosperms, while pollination syndromes are found in angiosperms. Seeds ... Seed dispersal syndromes are parallel to pollination syndromes, which are defined as floral characteristics that attract ... Many scientists are skeptical whether seed dispersal syndromes actually exist because their parallel, pollination syndromes, ...
*  Two-spotted bumble bee
Benning, John W. (2015-09-25). "Odd for an Ericad: Nocturnal Pollination of Lyonia lucida (Ericaceae)". The American Midland ... doi:10.1016/S0003-3472(05)80558-5. Dorr, Laurence J. (1981-11-01). "The Pollination Ecology of Zenobia (Ericaceae)". American ... Macior, Lazarus Walter (1966-03-01). "Foraging Behavior of Bombus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Relation to Aquilegia Pollination". ... Macior, Lazarus W. (1978-01-01). "Pollination Ecology of Vernal Angiosperms". Oikos. 30 (3): 452-460. doi:10.2307/3543340. ...
*  Asclepias cryptoceras
Payson, Edwin (January 1916). "The Pollination of Asclepias cryptoceras". Botanical Gazette. The University of Chicago Press. ...
*  Glossary of plant morphology
Pollination - the movement of pollen from the anther to the stigma. Protandrous - when pollen is produced and shed before the ... Autogamy - self-pollination, when the flowers of the same plant pollinate flowers on the same plant or themselves. ... Cleistogamous - self-pollination of a flower that does not open. Dichogamy - Flowers that cannot pollinate themselves because ... This process is called pollination. In gymnosperms (literally naked seed) pollen comes into direct contact with the exposed ...
*  Caladenia caudata
van der Cingel, Nelis A. (2001). An Atlas of Orchid Pollination. Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema. p. 197. ISBN 9054104864. Data related ...
*  Cyrtothyrea
"Does Specialized Pollination Impede Plant Invasions?" (PDF). International Journal of Plant Sciences. 171 (4): 382-391. doi: ...
*  Jasione montana
This make self-pollination less likely. There are nectaries in the upper part of the ovaries and many insects visit the flowers ... and therefore this plant is characterized by a generalized pollination syndrome. The flowers are visible under ultraviolet ...
*  Ochroma
However most pollination occurs at night. It was once thought that the main pollinators were bats; however recent evidence ...
*  Camellia japonica
Pollination ecology and the rain forest. New York: Springer Science + Business Media. 2005. 135. ISBN 0-387-21309-0 Cothran, ...
*  Ornithophily
... or bird pollination is the pollination of flowering plants by birds. This coevolutionary association is derived ... Bird pollination is considered as a costly strategy for plants and it evolves only where there are particular benefits for the ... Zoophily (pollination by vertebrates) Valido, Alfredo; Dupont, Yoko L. & Olesen, Jens M. (2004). "Bird-flower interactions in ... Pollination by birds Mistletoes and birds Ernest Ingersoll (1920). "Flowers, Fertilization of, by Birds". Encyclopedia ...
*  Haberlea
". "Pollination Ecology of Haberlea rhodopensis Friv. (Gesneriaceae), A Tertiary Relict Endemic To The Balkan Peninsula". " ...
*  Heterosis
"Hybrid vigor in plants and its relationship to insect pollination". Insect Pollination Of Cultivated Crop Plants. Agriculture ...
*  Pyrrhopappus carolinianus
Estes, James R.; Thorp, Robbin W. (1975-01-01). "Pollination Ecology of Pyrrhopappus carolinianus (Compositae)". American ...