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Distance to semi-natural grassland influences seed production of insect-pollinated herbsJAKOBSSON, Anna; AGREN, Jon.Oecologia. 2014, Vol 175, Num 1, pp 199-208, issn 0029-8549, 10 p.Article

Pollinator-dependent food production in MexicoASHWORTH, Lorena; QUESADA, Mauricio; CASAS, Alejandro et al.Biological conservation. 2009, Vol 142, Num 5, pp 1050-1057, issn 0006-3207, 8 p.Article

Pollination success of Lotus corniculatus (L.) in an urban contextPELLISSIER, Vincent; MURATET, Audrey; VERFAILLIE, Fabien et al.Acta oecologica (Montrouge). 2012, Vol 39, pp 94-100, issn 1146-609X, 7 p.Article

Pollinator diversity increases fruit production in Mexican coffee plantations : The importance of rustic management systemsVERGARA, Carlos H; BADANO, Ernesto I.Agriculture, ecosystems & environment. 2009, Vol 129, Num 1-3, pp 117-123, issn 0167-8809, 7 p.Article

Field of Dreams: Restitution of Pollinator Services in Restored Bird-Pollinated Plant PopulationsFRICK, Karen M; RITCHIE, Alison L; KRAUSS, Siegfried L et al.Restoration ecology. 2014, Vol 22, Num 6, pp 832-840, issn 1061-2971, 9 p.Article

Forest Habitat Conservation in Africa Using Commercially Important InsectsSURESH KUMAR RAINA; KIOKO, Esther; ZETHNER, Ole et al.Annual review of entomology. 2011, Vol 56, pp 465-485, issn 0066-4170, 21 p.Article

Costing conservation: an expert appraisal of the pollinator habitat benefits of England's entry level stewardshipBREEZE, T. D; BAILEY, A. P; BALCOMBE, K. G et al.Biodiversity and conservation. 2014, Vol 23, Num 5, pp 1193-1214, issn 0960-3115, 22 p.Article

The effects of landscape on bumblebees to ensure crop pollination in the highland agricultural ecosystems in ChinaXIE, Z; AN, J.Journal of applied entomology (1986). 2014, Vol 138, Num 8, pp 555-565, issn 0931-2048, 11 p.Article

Proximity to rainforest enhances pollination and fruit set in orchardsBLANCHE, K. Rosalind; LUDWIG, John A; CUNNINGHAM, Saul A et al.Journal of applied ecology. 2006, Vol 43, Num 6, pp 1182-1187, issn 0021-8901, 6 p.Article

Effects of land use at a landscape scale on bumblebee nest density and survivalGOULSON, Dave; LEPAIS, Olivier; O'CONNOR, Stephanie et al.Journal of applied ecology (Print). 2010, Vol 47, Num 6, pp 1207-1215, issn 0021-8901, 9 p.Article

Diminishing Returns from Higher Density Restoration Seedings Suggest Trade-offs in Pollinator Seed MixesWILKERSON, Marit L; WARD, Kimiora L; WILLIAMS, Neal M et al.Restoration ecology. 2014, Vol 22, Num 6, pp 782-789, issn 1061-2971, 8 p.Article

Climate-driven spatial mismatches between British orchards and their pollinators: increased risks of pollination deficitsPOLCE, Chiara; GARRATT, Michael P; SOMERWILL, Kate E et al.Global change biology (Print). 2014, Vol 20, Num 9, pp 2815-2828, issn 1354-1013, 14 p.Article

Pollination services in the UK: How important are honeybees?BREEZE, T. D; BAILEY, A. P; BALCOMBE, K. G et al.Agriculture, ecosystems & environment. 2011, Vol 142, Num 3-4, pp 137-143, issn 0167-8809, 7 p.Article

The presence of the invasive plant Solanum elaeagnifolium deters honeybees and increases pollen limitation in the native co-flowering species Glaucium flavumTSCHEULIN, T; PETANIDOU, T.Biological invasions. 2013, Vol 15, Num 2, pp 385-393, issn 1387-3547, 9 p.Article

Nearby rainforest promotes coffee pollination by increasing spatio-temporal stability in bee species richness : Quantifying the flow of tropical forest ecosystem servicesKLEIN, Alexandra-Maria.Forest ecology and management. 2009, Vol 258, Num 9, pp 1838-1845, issn 0378-1127, 8 p.Article

The pollination potential of free-foraging bumblebee (Bombus spp.) males (Hymenoptera: Apidae)WOLF, Stephan; MORITZ, Robin F. A.Apidologie (Celle). 2014, Vol 45, Num 4, pp 440-450, issn 0044-8435, 11 p.Article

Indirect effects on mutualisms: parasitism of bumble bees and pollination service to plantsGILLESPIE, S. D; ADLER, L. S.Ecology (Durham). 2013, Vol 94, Num 2, pp 454-464, issn 0012-9658, 11 p.Article

Stability of pollination services decreases with isolation from natural areas despite honey bee visitsGARIBALDI, Lucas A; STEFFAN-DEWENTER, Ingolf; HOLZSCHUH, Andrea et al.Ecology letters (Print). 2011, Vol 14, Num 10, pp 1062-1072, issn 1461-023X, 11 p.Article

Pollinator sharing between mass-flowering oilseed rape and co-flowering wild plants: implications for wild plant pollinationSTANLEY, Dara A; STOUT, Jane C.Plant ecology (Dordrecht). 2014, Vol 215, Num 3, pp 315-325, issn 1385-0237, 11 p.Article

Patterns of bee diversity in mosaic agricultural landscapes of central Uganda: implication of pollination services conservation for food securityMUNYULI, M. B. Théodore; NYEKO, Philip; POTTS, Simon et al.Journal of insect conservation. 2013, Vol 17, Num 1, pp 79-93, issn 1366-638X, 15 p.Article

A Review and Bibliography of the Literature of Honey Bee Colony Collapse Disorder : A Poorly Understood Epidemic that Clearly Threatens the Successful Pollination of Billions of Dollars of Crops in AmericaSTANKUS, Tony.Journal of agricultural & food information. 2008, Vol 9, Num 2, pp 115-143, issn 1049-6505, 29 p.Article

Temporal and spatial variation in pollination of a montane herb : A seven-year studyPRICE, Mary V; WASER, Nickolas M; IRWIN, Rebecca E et al.Ecology (Durham). 2005, Vol 86, Num 8, pp 2106-2116, issn 0012-9658, 11 p.Article

Combined effects of Impatiens glandulifera invasion and landscape structure on native plant pollinationBARTOMEUS, Ignasi; VILA, Montserrat; STEFFAN-DEWENTER, Ingolf et al.Journal of ecology. 2010, Vol 98, Num 2, pp 440-450, issn 0022-0477, 11 p.Article

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