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[PDF] Pollination Biology – D. Abrol (Springer, 2012)

    [PDF] Pollination Biology – D. Abrol (Springer, 2012)[PDF] Pollination Biology – D. Abrol (Springer, 2012)

    [PDF] Pollination Biology – D. Abrol (Springer, 2012) Table Of Contents

    Front Matter....Pages i-xxix Introduction....Pages 1-23 Historical Perspective....Pages 25-35 Pollination – Basic Concepts....Pages 37-54 Applied Pollination: Present Scenario....Pages 55-83 Honeybee and Crop Pollination....Pages 85-110 Wild Bees and Crop Pollination....Pages 111-184 Value of Bee Pollination....Pages 185-222 Planned Honeybee Pollination for Crop Production....Pages 223-264 Non Bee Pollinators-Plant Interaction....Pages 265-310 Safety of Pollinators....Pages 311-352 Pollination in Cages....Pages 353-395 Pollination for Hybrid Seed Production....Pages 397-411 Biochemical Basis of Plant-Pollination Interaction....Pages 413-458 Pollination Energetics....Pages 459-478 Climate Change and Pollinators....Pages 479-508 Pollinators as Bioindicators of Ecosystem Functioning....Pages 509-544 Decline in Pollinators....Pages 545-601 The Problem of Diseases in Bees....Pages 603-633 Consequences of Introduced Honeybees Upon Native Bee Communities....Pages 635-667 Genetically Modified Plants and Bees....Pages 669-707 Management of Pollinators for Crop Plants and Wildlife....Pages 709-735 The Role of Pollination in Improving Food Security and Livelihoods....Pages 737-770 Capacity Building and Awareness for Pollinators....Pages 771-785 Back Matter....Pages 787-792

    Info:This book has a wider approach not strictly focused on crop production compared to other books that are strictly oriented towards bees, but has a generalist approach to pollination biology. It also highlights relationships between introduced and wild pollinators and consequences of such introductions on communities of wild pollinating insects. The chapters on biochemical basis of plant-pollination interaction, pollination energetics, climate change and pollinators and pollinators as bioindicators of ecosystem functioning provide a base for future insights into pollination biology. The role of honeybees and wild bees on crop pollination, value of bee pollination, planned honeybee pollination, non-bee pollinators, safety of pollinators, pollination in cages, pollination for hybrid seed production, the problem of diseases, genetically modified plants and bees, the role of bees in improving food security and livelihoods, capacity building and awareness for pollinators are also discussed.


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