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  • Association of flower and pollinator activity in the Negev Desert, Israel
  • The objetives of this study were to investigate the following aspects of flower-pollinator plant relationships, in a desert environment: 1) synchronization of flower and pollinator activity; 2) flower - pollinator association, i.e., the floral
  • morphological groups any pollinator group foraged at.
  • correlated with pollinic diagrams and deep sea cores.
  • Phenology and pollination ecology of the desert plant Moricandia nitens (Brassicaceae) in the Negev, Israel
  • The phenology and pollination biology of the desert plant Moricandia nitens with long-tubed flowers was studied in Advat, Central Negev. Reproduction of M. nitens, being a self-incompatible and obligate outcrosser, is dependent on insects which
  • visit their flowers. Its high reproductive success is due to efficient bee pollination.
  • Impatiens of Africa. Morphology, pollination and pollinators, ecology, phytogeography, hybridisation, keys and a systematic treatment of all African species. With a note on collecting and cultivation.
  • Arctique ; Canada ; Carotte de glace ; Devon Island ; Diagramme pollinique ; Glace polaire ; Glaciologie ; Géographie des régions polaires ; Holocène ; Méthodologie ; Palynologie ; Paléo-environnement ; Paléobiogéographie ; Pléistocène supérieur
  • were blown a minimum of 1000 km from low arctic shrub tundra and adjacent subarctic Picea (spruce) forest| these areas were dominated by the arctic air mass during the summer pollinating season. During the Wisconsinan-early Holocene, glacier ice
  • of pollination : xenogamy, geitonogamy, autogamy. They are realized entomophilously and anemophilously. Lability of these types and methods of pollination is considered as adaptation to extremum conditions of life. - (L'A.).
  • Predicting days of high allergenic risk during Betula pollination using weather types
  • Pollination studies in Thymus vulgaris L. (Labiatae)
  • Although bee keeping and honey production are not long traditions in China, many people from four provinces now move with their hives to find honey sources in flowering plants and to pollinate crops. Two thirds of the honey in China is exported
  • and diverse roles in savanna functioning as pollinators, dispersers, nutrient recyclers and consumers.