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Floral Ecology

Report on the Years 1978(76) to 1981
  • Stefan Vogel
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 43)

Abstract

Textbook, new revised edition: FAEGRI and v.d. PIJL (1979); popular introduction: HOLM (1979). History and current tendencies: BAKER (1979), FAEGRI (1978), MEEUSE (1980); field crops: BRANTJES (1979a).

Keywords

Pollen Tube Special Topic Pollen Flow Wind Pollination Selfing Rate 
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