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Pollination ecology of an alpine fell-field community

David Carl Shaw

Pollination ecology of an alpine fell-field community

by David Carl Shaw

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertilization of plants by insects.,
  • Mountain plants -- Washington (State) -- Chowder Ridge.,
  • Mountain ecology -- Washington (State) -- Chowder Ridge.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Carl Shaw.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 60 leaves :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13548064M

      Pollination is one of the most critical events in sexual reproduction of flowering plants. Pollination is the basis of gene flow and genetic recombination. Studies on pollination ecology were prevalent even before Darwin; they became intense after Darwin formulated the concept of co-evolution between flowers and pollinators. Alpine landforms include boulder fields and fell-fields, talus slopes, rocky ridges, moraines, and snow basins. The absence of trees and spotty presence of low-growing, compact plants, interspersed with areas free of vegetation, characterize the serpentine alpine plant community.

    Pollination is one of the most important processes in determining the diversity of plants, particularly in terms of their colors, fruit yield, and most other genetic factors. The mechanisms of pollination are very different depending on the type of plant, and they often rely on the activities of insects. Because of this diversity, pollination is greatly affected by the ecology of the. LITERATURE CITED. Arroyo, M. T. K., R. Primack, and J. J. Armesto.. Community studies in pollination ecology in the high temperate Andes of central by:

    Phenology Bibliography. Search. Show only items where. Author Type. Term. Year “ Pollination Ecology Of An Alpine Fell-Field Community In The North Cascades “ Pollination Ecology In The Arid Winter Rainfall Region Of Southern Africa. Hive Placement • Have hives as close as possible to the crop of interest – Higher number of bees visiting the crop – Larger amount of pollen collected – Increased crop yield • Orientate hives so they are exposed to early morning sun • Place hives on high ground • Protect hives from strong winds • Locate hives away from farm workers, pedestrians, livestock, dwellings, and.


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