entomophilous


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Related to entomophilous: anemophilous, ornithophilous
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of flowering plants (especially orchids etc) that are pollinated by insects

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Aerobiologica analisis of some entomophilous tax In the city of Salamanca
Plants of the Asteraceae family, with an entomophilous pollination estrategy and the Poaceae family with an anemophilous strategy presented the highest concentration of anthophilous insects.
A Test of Ethological Isolation among Entomophilous Fungal Species Sharing Common Insect Visitors.
Odors Produced by Entomophilous Mosses are "Fungal", not "Floral".
The role of spines may obviously seem to promote dispersal by entomophilous vectors (entomophily), but it has not been determined that dense spines with smaller size in Upland cotton have any species-specific advantage over Pima cotton in the outcrossing vectored by insects.
The philosophy of flower seasons, and the phaenological relations of the entomophilous flora and the anthophilous insect fauna.
Evolutionary relationships between entomophilous plants and anthophilous insects.
However, in theory, both species are also capable of insect pollination (and may have descended from entomophilous species).
terrestris by pollen analysis from the bumblebee feces showed 56 pollen grains types from 28 plant families with most of the pollens collected from the entomophilous plants (Teper
This non-ornithophilous species were further divided into mellitophilous (flowers adapted for bee pollination), sphingophilous (flowers adapted for sphingid pollination) and chiropterophilous (flowers adapted for bat pollination) species, according to the floral characteristics described by Faegri and Pijl (1980), and entomophilous, which is a species that can be pollinated by insects of two or more taxonomic groups.
It is known that in entomophilous plants for most pollination to be effective, it involves pollen transferred on the body of insects (Vaissiere et al.
A comprehensive knowledge of the breeding system of rare entomophilous plant species currently listed as Special Concern (SC) will provide conservationists with an understanding of why species are rare, and aid in developing and implementing their recovery plans should they become threatened or endangered.