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Development of hybrid fir clonal material
J. Kobliha and V. Janecek
Articles/Book chapters
2019

There are four testing plots with hybrid clonal material. This material is regularly measured and somecharacteristics are observed. This...

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Plant size influences abundance of floral visitors and biomass allocation for the cushion plant...
Ruiming Zhao, Hua Zhang and Lizhe An
Articles/Book chapters
2019

Variation in size may influence the abundance of visitors and reproductive allocation for cushion plants in the extreme alpine...

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Pollen viability and stigma receptivity in Swainsona formosa (G.Don) J.Thompson (Fabaceae), an...
Zulkarnain Zulkarnain, Eliyanti Eliyanti and Elly Indra Swari
Articles/Book chapters
2019

Pollen viability and stigma receptivity are prerequisites for successful cross-pollination and seed set in Swainsona formosa. In this...

5116
Wild Bee Toxicity Data for Pesticide Risk Assessments
Kathleen A Lewis and John Tzilivakis
Articles/Book chapters
2019

Pollination services are vital for agriculture, food security and biodiversity. Although manyinsect species provide pollination services...

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Refuges from fire maintain pollinator–plant interaction networks
Opeyemi Adedoja, Carsten F. Dormann, Temitope Kehinde and...
Articles/Book chapters
2019

Fire is a major disturbance factor in many terrestrial ecosystems, leading to landscape transformation in fire‐prone areas. Species in...

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Psychophysics of the hoverfly: categorical or continuous color discrimination?
Lea Hannah, Adrian G Dyer, Jair E Garcia, Alan Dorin and Martin...
Articles/Book chapters
2019

There is increasing interest in flies as potentially important pollinators. Flies are known to have acomplex visual system, including 4...

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The topological differences between visitation and pollen transport networks: a comparison in...
Yan‐Hui Zhao, Amparo Lázaro, Zong‐Xin Ren, Wei Zhou, Hai‐Dong...
Articles/Book chapters
2019

Pollination networks are usually constructed and assessed by direct field observations which commonly assume that all flower visitors...

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The bumblebee Bombuster restris carries a primary inoculum of Tomato brown rugose fruit virus...
Naama Levitzky, Elisheva Smith, Oded Lachman, Neta Luria,...
Articles/Book chapters
2019

The bumblebee Bombus terrestris is a beneficial pollinator extensively used in tomato production. Our hypothesis was that...

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