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314 results
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Pollination and Pollinating Agents of the Saguaro
S. E. McGregor, Stanley M. Alcorn and George Olin
Articles/Book chapters
1999

The saguaro or giant cactus is considered  one of the dominant plants of the Sonoran Desert. It ranges from the Rio Mayo drainage...

4538
Plant–pollinator networks: adding the pollinators perspective
Jordi Bosch, Ana M. Martı ´n Gonzalez, Anselm Rodrigo and David...
Articles/Book chapters
2009

Pollination network studies are based on pollinator surveys conducted on focal plants.This plant-centred approach provides insufficient...

4537
Real-time evolution supports a unique trajectory for generalized pollination
Florian P. Schiestl, Alice Balmer and Daniel D. Gervasi
Articles/Book chapters
2019

Whereas specialized pollination is well recognized to cause floral adaptation, we know little about the evolutionary impact of...

4536
Factors Affecting Pollinators and Pollination
Zachary Y. Huang and Tugrul Giray
Articles/Book chapters, Media/Press
2019

While it has been known for at least a decade that the colonynumbers of the managed pollinator, the Western honey beeApis mellifera, was...

4534
Ethnoecology of pollination and pollinators
Marie Roué, Vincent Battesti, Nicolas Césard et Romain Simenel
Articles/Book chapters
2015
4356
Scaling Up Agroforestry
Amos Wekesa et al.
Books
2018
4349
First Brazilian National Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Carlos A. Joly et al.
Report/Policy papers
2018

O diagnóstico oferecerá uma síntese do conhecimento disponível acerca da biodiversidade e dos serviços ecossistêmicos no Brasil e a sua...

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Assessing Agrobiodiversity: A Compendium of Methods
PAR (2018) Assessing Agrobiodiversity: A Compendium of Methods...
Evaluation tool, Guidelines, Tools
2018

AGROBIODIVERSITY includes all the variety and variability of animals, plants and microorganisms that are used directly or indirectly for...

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