FLOWER-TO-SEEDLING CONSEQUENCES OF DIFFERENT POLLINATION REGIMES IN AN INSECT-POLLINATED SHRUB

@inproceedings{Herrera2000FLOWERTOSEEDLINGCO,
  title={FLOWER-TO-SEEDLING CONSEQUENCES OF DIFFERENT POLLINATION REGIMES IN AN INSECT-POLLINATED SHRUB},
  author={Carlos M Herrera},
  year={2000}
}
Insect pollinators of the Mediterranean shrub Lavandula latifolia (Labiatae) differ in components of pollinating effectiveness that may influence seed production and progeny quality. This study tests the prediction that L. latifolia flowers exposed to pollination regimes differing in pollinator composition should differ in their expected contribution to population recruitment in the field, as measured in terms of established seedlings, because of differences in seed production, progeny quality… CONTINUE READING

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