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Journal of Ecology, ISSN 0022-0477, 09/2015, Volume 103, Issue 5, pp. 1190 - 1204
Summary The evolution of self‐pollination has long been considered an adaptive strategy to cope with low or variable pollinator service; however, alternative... 
Gesneriaceae | pollination | self‐pollination | island | specialization | Caribbean | reproductive ecology | mainland | Mainland | Self-pollination | Specialization | Reproductive ecology | Island | Pollination | HUMMINGBIRD | PLANT-POLLINATOR INTERACTIONS | POPULATIONS | PLANT SCIENCES | ORGANIZATION | BREEDING SYSTEMS | EVOLUTION | FLORAL TRAITS | INBREEDING DEPRESSION | ECOLOGY | self-pollination | Analysis | Flowers
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Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 2045-7758, 08/2016, Volume 6, Issue 16, pp. 5663 - 5673
Pollinator and/or mate scarcity affects pollen transfer, with important ecological and evolutionary consequences for plant reproduction. However, the way in... 
pollen transport | Mate limitation | plant density | pollinator limitation | self‐pollination | Rhododendron ferrugineum | self-pollination | Plant reproduction | Pollinators | Patches (structures) | Ovules | Flowers | Plant populations | Planting density | Loads (forces) | Pollination | Bumblebees | Insects | Stigmas (botany) | Animal behavior | Flowering | Pollen
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Ecological Research, ISSN 0912-3814, 3/2018, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp. 487 - 494
Carnivorous plants use insects not only as prey, but also as pollinators. Whereas outcrossing carnivorous plants are known to avoid trapping pollinators,... 
Life Sciences | Self-pollination | Droseraceae | Pollinator | Zoology | Behavioral Sciences | Forestry | Ecology | Carnivorous plants | Evolutionary Biology | Sundew | Plant Sciences | Self‐pollination | SUCCESS | ECOLOGY | PREY CONFLICT | FACILITATION | Droserace | Flowers | Removal | Carnivores | Pollinators | Plants (organisms) | Prey | Trapping | Predators | Insects | Flowering | Flowers & plants | Invertebrates | Species
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