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Angiosperms developed floral nectaries that reward pollinating insects. Although nectar function and composition have been… Expand Plants produce nectar in their flowers as a reward for their pollinators and most of our crops depend on insect pollination, but… Expand BACKGROUND AND SCOPE
Models of nectar formation and exudation in multilayered nectaries with modified stomata or permeable… Expand To maximize fitness, plants need to perceive changes in their light environment and adjust their physiological responses… Expand Plants respond to herbivore attack with the release of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which can attract predatory arthropods… Expand Lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus) features two indirect anti-herbivore defenses—emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and… Expand In this paper, we review the phenomenon of nectar resorption, focusing on its physiological and ecological meaning. Nectar… Expand Studies of the relationship between the composition of nectar and its consumers often focus on single or very few species, thus… Expand Summary 1. Many plants produce extrafloral nectar (EFN) to nourish ants and other animals which defend them against herbivores… Expand The most abundant tree species in much of the undisturbed Hawaiian forest was the subject of a 2—yr study on plant—pollinator… Expand