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Handbook of experimental pollination biology
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Male Mating Strategies in the Bee Centris pallida Fox (Anthophoridae: Hymenoptera)
Males of the solitary bee Centris pallida practice one of two alternative mate-location strategies, either searching emergence areas for sites at which to dig up virgin females, or hovering by shrubsExpand
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POLLINATOR CONSTANCY AS A PRE‐POLLINATION ISOLATING MECHANISM BETWEEN SYMPATRIC SPECIES OF CERCIDIUM
  • C. E. Jones
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 March 1978
About 200 years ago it was recognized that floral color attracted bees and other insects (Sprengel, 1793). Recently, visible (to man) floral colors have also been implicated in a pre-pollinationExpand
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Pollen Energetics and Pollination Modes
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Ultraviolet floral patterns as functional orientation cues in hymenopterous pollination systems
Abstract Field modifications of U.V. floral patterns of Caesalpinia eriostachys Benth. and Parkinsonia aculeata L. showed that bees used U.V. designs as orientation cues. Bees exhibited an in-flightExpand
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Laryngeal tuberculosis: a case report.
A case of laryngeal tuberculosis, in a 21-year-old female, is presented. The pathophysiology and natural course of the disease are discussed. The incidence of apical tuberculosis and associatedExpand
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Nectar production: the biology of nectaries.
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Racial and cultural issues in adoption.
A review of the philosophical and practical issues in transracial adoption yields theoretical conclusions and some suggestions to agencies.
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