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*  Xanthosoma
2004), "Beetle pollination and fruit predation in Xanthosoma daguense (Araceae)", Journal of Tropical Ecology, 20 (4): 459-469 ... Beetle pollination in X. daguense Infructescence of X. poeppigii (Peruvian Amazonas); X. daguense (Western Cordillera of Los ... "Notes on the phenology and pollination of Xanthosoma wendlandii (Araceae) in Costa Rica" (PDF), Rev. Biol. Trop., 36: 55-61 " ...
*  Trifolium pratense
Arretz, P. V.; Macfarlane, R. P. (1986-01-01). "The Introduction of Bombus Ruderatus to Chile for Red Clover Pollination". Bee ...
*  Self-incompatibility
At 3-4 hours past pollination, fragmentation of pollen DNA begins, and finally (at 10-14 hours), the cell dies apoptotically. ... However, as opposed to 'complete' or 'absolute' SI, in CSI, self-pollination without the presence of competing cross pollen, ... Bittencourt JR; N. S.; P. E. Gibbs & J. Semir (2003). "Histological study of post-pollination events in Spathodea campanulata ... It should not be confused with genetically controlled physical or temporal mechanisms that prevent self-pollination, such as ...
*  Dilleniaceae
Buzz pollination is common in the group. Fruits of some species, such as Dillenia indica (elephant apple), are edible. The ...
*  Weed Lake Wetland
They do not need pollination to reproduce. When the wind blows parachutes carry the seeds for miles. Then life cycle begins ... Cattails reproduce by cross-pollination, which is when the wind blows the seeds onto different cattails. But they depend on the ...
*  Thigmonasty
Similar pollination strategy occurs in Rudbeckia hirta. The Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) presents a spectacular example of ... active carnivorous plants such as Dionaea and a wide range of pollination mechanisms. Thigmonasty differs from thigmotropism in ...
*  Cryptostylis
Rod Peakall (2007). "Pollination by Sexual Deception in Australian Terrestrial Orchids". Australian National University website ...
*  Monotropoideae
In some genera (such as Monotropa), some degree of self-pollination has been observed in addition to bumble bee pollination. ... The Monotropoideae are adapted for pollination by bumble bees (Bombus), including specialized buzz pollination in a few genera ... 1977). "Studies of the Monotropoideae (Ericaceae). Floral nectaries: anatomy and function in pollination ecology". American ...
*  Plant bioacoustics
Buzz pollination, or sonication, serves as an example of a behavioral response to specific frequencies of vibrations in plants ... Some 2000 plants species, including Dodecatheon and Heliamphora have evolved buzz pollination in which they release pollen from ... Buchmann, S., & Hurley, J. (1978). A biophysical model for buzz pollination in angiosperms. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 72( ...
*  Polygala myrtifolia
For pollination an intricate piston mechanism is used. The fruit is an oval, brown, dehiscent capsule which is narrowly winged ...
*  Pentachaeta lyonii
The plant requires insect pollination to set seed. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1999. Recovery Plan for Six Plants from the ...
*  Arenga micrantha
It requires pollination to fruit, and rarely flowers. It is probably the most cold hardy species in the genus. It is sometimes ...
*  Energy budget
McCallum, Kimberly P.; McDougall, Freya O.; Seymour, Roger S. (2013-05-08). "A review of the energetics of pollination biology ...
*  Rhizanthella
The pollination mechanism of Rhizanthella is not known. A single specimen of a small fly from the genus Megaselia, some small ... or just above the ground but mostly covered by soil or leaf litter and little is known about the mechanism of pollination. ...
*  Schlumbergera
Most species require cross-pollination to set seed. The exceptions are S. kautskyi and S. microsphaerica; as noted above, the ... The flowers of Schlumbergera have adaptations for pollination by hummingbirds: tubular flowers with abundant nectar, and ...
*  Chromoplast
They are less desirable in cultivated crops because they have a lower pollination rate. In one study, it was found that ... Waser, NM.; Chittka, L.; Price, MV.; Williams, NM.; Ollerton, J. (June 1996). "Generalization in Pollination Systems, and Why ...
*  Cardamine californica
Hand pollination of two milkmaids populations in the San Francisco Presidio improved seed set from 8% to 85%, with seeds ... Kazuki Ariyoshi; Emily Magnaghi; Mark Frey (Fall 2006). "Hand-Pollination of Cardamine californica Improves Seed Set". Native ...
*  Combretum indicum
This attracts hawkmoths with long tongues for pollination. On the second day it turns pink and on the third it turns red ...
*  Xenogamy
This is the only type of pollination which during pollination brings genetically different types of pollen grains to the stigma ... Such plants set seeds only after cross-pollination. Dioecism: Cross-pollination always occurs when the plants are unisexual and ... Cross-pollination involves the transfer of pollen grains from the flower of one plant to the stigma of the flower of another ... Heterostyly: The flowers of some plants have different lengths of stamens and styles so that self-pollination is not possible, ...
*  Tetratheca gunnii
... relies on native bees for pollination. Associated species include Eucalyptus amygdalina, Eucalyptus ovata, ...
*  Banksia oligantha
... they rely upon sporadic visits for pollination. The greatly reduced pollination rates means fewer outcrossing fertilisations on ...
*  Timeline of food
Hand-pollination allowed global cultivation of the plant. 1843: Nancy M. Johnson invents the hand cranked freezer, credited for ...
*  Calliphora quadrimaculata
Species 2000&IT IS Catalogue of Life". Primack, R.B. (1983). "Insect pollination in the New Zealand mountain flora". New ...
*  Erythranthe
There have been two separate transformations to hummingbird pollination. Pollination changes are highly affected by changes in ... Pollination is mostly by either bees or hummingbirds. Member species are widely cultivated and are subject to several pests and ... E. guttata also displays a high degree of self-pollination. Erythranthe nasuta evolved from E. guttata in central California ... It was previously reported that evidence strongly linking pollination preference to color differences between the species, but ...
*  Geitonogamy
Geitonogamous pollination is sometimes distinguished from the fertilizations that can result from it, geitonogamy. If a plant ... doi:10.1890/0012-9658(2000)081[0532:coaagt]2.0.co;2. Hessing, M.B. (1988). "Geitonogamous Pollination and Its Consequences in ... Geitonogamy (from Greek geiton (γείτων) = neighbor + gamein (γαμεῖν) = to marry) is a type of self-pollination. ... Although geitonogamy is functionally cross-pollination involving a pollinating agent, genetically it is similar to autogamy ...