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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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Pollination and Plant Resources Change the Nutritional Quality of Almonds for Human Health
Claire Brittain, Claire Kremen, Andrea Garber and Alexandra-...
Articles/Book chapters
2014

Insect-pollinated crops provide important nutrients for human health. Pollination, water and nutrients available to crops can influence...

5236
Plant-pollinator interactions in a biodiverse meadow are rather stable and tight for 3...
Qiang Fang and Shuangquan Huang
Articles/Book chapters
2016

Plant–pollinator interactions can be highly variable across years in natural communities. Although variation in the species composition...

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Native bees buffer the negative impact of climatewarming on honey bee pollination of watermelon...
Romina Rader, James Reilly, Ignasi Bartomeus and Rachael Winfree
Articles/Book chapters
2019

If climate change affects pollinator-dependent crop production, this will have important implications for global foodsecurity because...

5229
Inbreeding depression in seed and seedling of Melaleuca alternifolia
Liliana Baskorowati
Articles/Book chapters
2017

Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) is known as an essential oil producer. This species is commercially important as a source of essential...

5227
Wildflower strips enhance pollination in adjacent strawberry crops at the small scale
Dominik Ganser, Barbara Mayr, Matthias Albrecht and Eva Knop
Articles/Book chapters, Books
2018

Wildflower strips (WFS) are increasingly used to counteract the negative conse-quences of agricultural intensification. To date, it is...

5226
Long-Term Global Trends in Crop Yieldand Production Reveal No Current PollinationShortage but...
Marcelo A. Aizen, Lucas A .Garibaldi, Saul A. Cunningham and...
Report/Policy papers
2019

There is evidence that pollinators are declining as a result oflocal and global environmental degradation[1–4]. Becausea sizable...

5225
Floral syndromes accurately predict pollination by a specialized oil‐collecting bee
Anton Pauw
Articles/Book chapters
2006

The long‐standing notion of pollination syndromes, which postulates that plants form recognizable groups according to pollinator type,...

5224
The largest early-diverging angiosperm family is mostly pollinated by ovipositing insects and...
Shi-Xiao Luo, Lian-Jie Zhang, Shuai Yuan, Zhong-Hui Ma, Dian-...
Articles/Book chapters
2017

Insect pollination in basal angiosperms is assumed to mostly involve ‘general-ized’ insects looking for food, but direct observations of...

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