The Journal of Pollination Ecology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that aims to promote the exchange of original knowledge and research in any area of pollination issues.
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Interesting stories about pollination can be published in the associated Pollination Magazine. A short lay person’s summary of all papers published in JPE can be found there as well.
Vol 18 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Floral symmetry affects bumblebee approach consistency in artificial flowers|
|Brett Matthew Culbert, Jessica Forrest|
|Aggression between floral specialist bees enhances pollination of Hibiscus (section Trionum: Malvaceae)|
|Blair Joseph Sampson, Cecil T Pounders, Christopher T Werle, Trevor R Mallette|
|Inhibition of biochemical terpene pathways in Achillea millefolium flowers differently affects the behavior of bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) and flies (Lucilia sericata)|
|Anne-Amélie Chloe Larue-Kontić, Robert R. Junker|
Novel Ideas and Pilot Projects
|Assessment of pollen assemblages from the hives of Tetragonula carbonaria for the presence of the threatened species Grevillea parviflora subsp. parviflora|
|Danielle Lloyd-Prichard, Steven Lucas, Tim Roberts, Simon Haberle|
Notes on Methodology
|Artificial pollen dispensing flowers and feeders for bee behaviour experiments|
|Avery Leigh Russell, Daniel R Papaj|
|Delving deeper: Questioning the decline of long-tongued bumble bees, long-tubed flowers and their mutualisms with climate change|
|Charlotte W de Keyzer, Sheila R Colla, Clement F Kent, Nicole E Rafferty, Leif L Richardson, James D Thomson|
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