Day–night fluctuations in floral scent and their effects on reproductive success in Lilium auratum

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We examined the contribution of diurnal and nocturnal pollination to male and female reproductive success in Lilium auratum. Plants were bagged for either 12 h during the day or at night to allow either only nocturnal or only diurnal visitors to forage throughout the flowering period. We found that there was no significant difference in the seed:ovule ratio… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10144-008-0097-1

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@article{Morinaga2008DaynightFI, title={Day–night fluctuations in floral scent and their effects on reproductive success in Lilium auratum}, author={Shin-ichi Morinaga and Yuko Kumano and Ayako Ota and Ryohei Yamaoka and Satoki Sakai}, journal={Population Ecology}, year={2008}, volume={51}, pages={187-195} }