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Systématique et évolution des structures florales productrices de lipides au sein des Iridoideae (Iridaceae)

@inproceedings{Chauveau2012SystmatiqueE,
  title={Syst{\'e}matique et {\'e}volution des structures florales productrices de lipides au sein des Iridoideae (Iridaceae)},
  author={Olivier Chauveau},
  year={2012}
}
Les interactions plantes-pollinisateurs constituent une composante cle de la dynamique de la plupart des ecosystemes terrestres. Les interactions entre especes jouant un role central dans de nombreux evenements de speciation, l'etude de l'histoire evolutive des caracteres etroitement lies a ce type d'interaction contribue a ameliorer notre connaissance des mecanismes impliques. Les insectes representent le groupe majeur des especes animales visitant les fleurs pour collecter generalement pollen… Expand

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