Browsing Department of Biology by Subject "Pollination"
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Pollination as an ecosystem service in Lofthus, Norway: A study on the distribution of wild and managed pollinators on apple crops and how they are affected by the surrounding landscape (The University of Bergen, 2014-09-04)Pollination is an important ecosystem service that benefits human welfare by increasing the quantity and quality of fruit and seed set of many crops. The decline in bee abundance and diversity in recent years may result ...Master thesis
(National Research Council Canada, 1999)This study examines the ratio of wind to insect pollination of five alpine-arctic Salix species and possible correlations between plant traits and this ratio. The field work was done in an alpine area in southwest Norway, ...Peer reviewedJournal article