The Journal of Pollination Ecology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that aims to promote the exchange of original knowledge and research in any area of pollination issues.
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Interesting stories about pollination can be published in the associated Pollination Magazine. A short lay person’s summary of all papers published in JPE can be found there as well.
Vol 13 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Taraxacum officinale pollen depresses seed set of montane wildflowers through pollen allelopathy|
|Deirdre Loughnan, James D. Thomson, Jane E. Ogilvie, Benjamin Gilbert|
|Spring foraging resources and the behaviour of pollinating insects in fixed dune ecosystems|
|Aoife T. O'Rourke, Una Fitzpatrick, Jane C. Stout|
|Relative floral density of an invasive plant affects pollinator foraging behaviour on a native plant|
|Amy Marie Iler, Karen Goodell|
|Nectar plant preferences of Hemaris (Sphingidae) on co-occurring native Cirsium and non-native Centaurea (Asteraceae) inflorescences|
|Elena S. Tartaglia, Steven N. Handel|
|Bee-Mediated pollen transfer in two populations of Cypripedium montanum Douglas ex Lindley|
|Peter Bernhardt, Retha Edens-Meier, Eric Westhus, Nan Vance|
|Humming along or buzzing off? The elusive consequences of plant-pollinator mismatches|
|Jason Ryan Straka, Brian M. Starzomski|
Special Issue on Pollination Deficits
|Importance of bee pollination for cotton production in conventional and organic farms in Brazil|
|Viviane C. Pires, Fernando A. Silveira, Edison R. Sujii, Karoline R. S. Torezani, Wallyson A. Rodrigues, Fábio A. Albuquerque, Sandra M. M. Rodrigues, Antonieta N. Salomão, Carmen Sílvia Soares Pires|
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