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Floral Ecology Report on the Years 1981(79) to 1985

  • Gerhard Gottsberger
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 47)

Abstract

The great interest in floral ecology is reflected by the dramatically increasing number of publications in recent years. Books: MEEUSE and MORRIS (1984), LEAL (Ed. 1983), JONES and LITTLE (Ed. 1983), BARTH (1982), HESS (1983), DOBAT and PEIKERT-HOLLE (1985). Symposium reports: Christchurch (Ed. RUSCOE 1979), Sydney (Ed. ARMSTRONG et al. 1982), Amsterdam (Ed. van HEEL 1983), Versailles (Ed. INRA Publ. 1984). History and current tendencies: BAKER (1983) JANZEN (1983), SUBBA REDDI and REDDI (1984). One of the more important ideas emerging is that “interaction” is very often not synonymous with coevolution, and that plant-animal interactions can be highly asymmetrical in their selective effects, as is the case for many pollination systems (e.g. SCHEMSKE 1983b).

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Pollen Tube Royal Botanic Garden Nectar Production Pollination Biology Beetle Pollination 
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  • Gerhard Gottsberger
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  1. 1.Botanisches Institut I der UniversitätGiessenGermany

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