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Patterns of floral nectar standing crops allow plants to manipulate their pollinators 期刊论文
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2020
Authors:  Pyke, Graham H.;  Kalman, John R. M.;  Bordin, Dayanne M.;  Blanes, Lucas;  Doble, Philip A.
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Salvage of floral resources through re-absorption before flower abscission 期刊论文
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2020
Authors:  Pyke, Graham H.;  Ren, Zong-Xin;  Trunschke, Judith;  Lunau, Klaus;  Wang, Hong
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Changes in floral nectar are unlikely adaptive responses to pollinator flight sound 期刊论文
ECOLOGY LETTERS, 2020
Authors:  Pyke, Graham H.;  Ren, Zong-Xin;  Trunschke, Judith;  Lunau, Klaus;  Wang, Hong
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Nectar mimicry: a new phenomenon 期刊论文
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2020
Authors:  Lunau, Klaus;  Ren, Zong-Xin;  Fan, Xiao-Qing;  Trunschke, Judith;  Pyke, Graham H.;  Wang, Hong
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