A piece of the puzzle: a method for comparing pollination quality and quantity across multiple species and reproductive events.

@article{Alonso2012APO,
  title={A piece of the puzzle: a method for comparing pollination quality and quantity across multiple species and reproductive events.},
  author={Conchita Alonso and Carlos M. Herrera and T -L. Ashman},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2012},
  volume={193 2},
  pages={532-42}
}
• Understanding how pollination affects plant reproductive success and how changes in pollination service affect plant populations, communities and ecosystems is of increasing concern. Yet supplemental hand-pollination traditionally used to assess pollen limitation is prohibitive for large-scale comparative work. Moreover, it does not differentiate between quality and quantity aspects of pollen limitation, and it may suffer from confounds of post-pollination processes such as resource… CONTINUE READING
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