Floral Anthocyanins from Two Monkeyflower Species with Different Pollinators

@inproceedings{Wilbert1997FloralAF,
  title={Floral Anthocyanins from Two Monkeyflower Species with Different Pollinators},
  author={Sibylle M. Wilbert and D. W. Schemsket and Harvey D. Bradshaw},
  year={1997}
}
Key Word Index--Mimulus; reproductive isolation; speciation; pollination; electrospray tandem mass spectrometry. Abs t rac t -M imu lus lewisii and M. cardinalis are closely related, but M. lewisii is pink-flowered and pollinated by bumblebees while M. cardinalis is red-flowered and pollinated by hummingbirds. Pollinator preference is believed to be due in part to the difference in flower color between these two species. Ten anthocyanins are characterized from M. lewisii and 114. cardinalis… CONTINUE READING
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