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Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, ISSN 0167-8809, 03/2017, Volume 240, pp. 77 - 83
Wild pollinators are declining in abundance, diversity and richness and this puts the ecosystem function pollination at risk. Here, we investigated how... 
Agriculture | Ecosystem function | Unsaturated hydrocarbons | Lotus corniculatus | Pollination | POLLEN-LIMITATION | PLANT-POLLINATOR INTERACTIONS | BEHAVIOR | LOTUS-CORNICULATUS | SCENT MARKS | LONGEVITY | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | EPICUTICULAR WAX | CROP POLLINATION | AGRICULTURE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | ECOLOGY | EXTINCTION | DECLINES | Usage | Animal behavior | Analysis | Bees | Land use
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Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, ISSN 0167-8809, 03/2017, Volume 240, p. 77
Wild pollinators are declining in abundance, diversity and richness and this puts the ecosystem function pollination at risk. Here, we investigated how... 
Plant reproduction | Fertilization | Ecosystems | Small scale | Pollinators | Hydrocarbons | Birds | Abundance | Flowers | Grazing | Land use | Forages | Pollination | Feet | Bumblebees | Mowing | Footprints | Agriculture | Population density
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Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, ISSN 0167-8809, 03/2017, Volume 240, pp. 77 - 83
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Apidologie, ISSN 0044-8435, 5/2017, Volume 48, Issue 3, pp. 371 - 383
The abundance and the diversity of bumblebees have been declining for the past decades. While some species remain abundant and widespread, others have... 
Life Sciences | land-use response | homeostasis | biodiversity | Life Sciences, general | Entomology | resource specialisation | pollinator | POLLEN QUALITY | DIET BREADTH | HYMENOPTERA | FERTILIZATION | BUMBLE BEES | ENTOMOLOGY | DECLINE | CONSERVATION | LAND-USE INTENSITY | PLANTS | BOMBUS-TERRESTRIS
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Chemoecology, ISSN 0937-7409, 6/2019, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp. 125 - 133
Stingless bees are highly social pollinators in tropical ecosystems. Besides floral pollen and nectar, they collect substantial amounts of plant resins, which... 
Life Sciences | Nature Conservation | Stingless bees | Entomology | Resin | Pollinators | Tree richness | Ecology | Chemical diversity | Habitat
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Chemosphere, ISSN 0045-6535, 04/2020, Volume 244, p. 125436
Application of synthetic herbicides is currently the most widely used and cost-effective methods to assist with revegetation programs. However, the effects of... 
Roundup | Organic herbicides | Slasher | BioWeed | Soil fungi and bacteria | Acetic acid | Glyphosate
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Chemosphere, 11/2019, Volume 244, p. 125436
Application of synthetic herbicides is currently the most widely used and cost-effective methods to assist with revegetation programs. However, the effects of... 
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Australian Mammalogy, ISSN 0310-0049, 2013, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp. 136 - 143
Australia's biogeographical isolation has rendered many endemic species vulnerable to invaders. The recent spread of the cane toad (Rhinella marina) has caused... 
taste aversion | predator learning | toxic prey | invasive species | NEW-SOUTH-WALES | BUFO-MARINUS | PLANIGALE-MACULATA | RAPIDLY LEARNS | DECLINE | AUSTRALIAN MARSUPIALS | TROPICAL AUSTRALIA | ZOOLOGY | EXTINCTION RISK | INVADER | KAKADU NATIONAL-PARK | Poisons | Wildlife
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Medizinische Klinik, ISSN 0723-5003, 12/2009, Volume 104, Issue 12, pp. 964 - 969
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