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Search or browse through our library of existing resources on pollination, pollinators and food production. Entries include scientific articles, reports, policy briefs, webinars, videos, and more. To view a particular resource, click on its name below.

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Pollinators of the Rocky Mountain columbine: temporal variation, functional groups and...
Johanne Brunet
Articles/Book chapters
2009

Pollinators together with other biotic and some abiotic factors can select for floral traits. However, variation in pollinator abundance...

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The Robustness of Plant-Pollinator Assemblages: Linking Plant Interaction Patterns and...
Julia Astegiano, François Massol, Mariana Morais Vidal, Pierre-...
Articles/Book chapters
2015

Most flowering plants depend on pollinators to reproduce. Thus, evaluating the robustnessof plant-pollinator assemblages to species loss...

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Pollinators exert natural selection on flower size and floral display in Penstemon digitalis
Amy L. Parachnowitsch and Andre´ Kessler
Articles/Book chapters
2010

A major gap in our understanding of floral evolution, especially micro-evolutionaryprocesses, is the role of pollinators in generating...

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Hazelnut Pollination
J.L. Olsen, S.A. Mehlenbacher, and A.N. Azarenko
Articles/Book chapters
2000

Hazelnuts, (Corylus avellana L.), are wind-pollinated, monoecious, mostly dichogamous, and self-incompatible. About 90% of the cultivars...

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Spatial variation in pollinator-mediated selection on phenology, floral display and spur length...
Elodie Chapurlat, Jon Agren and Nina Sletvold
Articles/Book chapters
2015

Spatial variation in plant–pollinator interactions may cause variation in pollinator‐mediated selection on floral traits, but to...

4734
Please Pollinate
Prof. Dr. Alexandra-Maria Klein
Articles/Book chapters
2015

Wild bees find it hard to survive in intensively managed agricultural landscapes, and when the number of pollinating insects diminishes...

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Using Nectar-Related Traits to Enhance Crop-Pollinator Interactions
Jarrad R. Prasifka, Rachel E. Mallinger, Zoe M. Portlas, Brent...
Articles/Book chapters
2019

Floral nectar and other reward facilitate crop pollination, and in so doing, increase the amount and breadth of food available for...

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Real-time divergent evolution in plants driven by pollinators
Daniel D. L. Gervasi & Florian P Schiestl
Articles/Book chapters
2017

Pollinator-driven diversification is thought to be a major source of floral variation in plants. Our knowledge of this process is,...

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