Pollinators as mediators of top-down effects on plants

@inproceedings{Suttle2003PollinatorsAM,
  title={Pollinators as mediators of top-down effects on plants},
  author={Kenwyn B. Suttle},
  year={2003}
}
Kenwyn B. Suttle Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-3140, USA Correspondence: E-mail: kbsuttle@socrates.berkeley.edu Abstract This paper explores the idea that predators may disrupt plant–pollinator relationships and consequently inhibit reproduction in flowering plants. Amidst growing evidence that predators influence plant–pollinator interactions, I suggest that such pollinator-mediated indirect effects may be a common feature of terrestrial… CONTINUE READING

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