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- Leshem, Yehoram; Keasar, Tamar; Shmida, Avi
- Australian journal of botany 2011 v.59 no.1 pp. 18-25
- stigma, etc ; nectar secretion; male flowers; pollination; flowering; nectar; outcrossing; risk; shrubs; Salvia; gender; female flowers; pollinators; pollen; pollen tubes; protandry; foraging; insects; Israel; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Flowering progresses upward along vertical inflorescences in the protandrous dichogamous shrub Salvia hierosolymitana (Boiss.). Flowers' gender nectar production rates and their vertical distribution were recorded in two populations (northern and central Israel) over 3 years. Female-phase flowers produced significantly more nectar than male-phase flowers and were more abundant at the inflorescence ...
- Nghiem, C. Q.; Harwood, C. E.; Harbard, J. L.; Griffin, A. R.; Ha, T. H.; Koutoulis, A.
- Australian journal of botany 2011 v.59 no.6 pp. 582-592
- stigma, etc ; ovules; male flowers; insect behavior; flowering; Acacia mangium; diploidy; pollination; phenology; honey bees; tetraploidy; trees; foraging; pollinating insects; pods; Vietnam; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Floral phenology and morphology of colchicine-induced auto-tetraploid trees of Acacia mangium Willd. (AM-4x) growing in Vietnam were compared with adjacent diploid A. mangium (AM-2x) and A. auriculiformis A.Cunn. ex Benth (AA-2x). Flowering lasted for several months with a slightly later peak flowering period for A. auriculiformis (December–January), than for A. mangium (November–December). Flower ...