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Charles L. Argue
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Provides a long-term base of reference. each chapter contains illustrations that demonstrate the floral structure of orchids, especially in relation to their pollination mode and pollinator.

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Recent studies have revealed remarkable complexity and diversity in orchid-pollinator relationships. These studies comprise a vast literature currently scattered in numerous, often obscure, journals and books.

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This is followed by examination of the seven North American tribes of subfamily Epidendroideae and the single North American tribe of subfamily Vanilloideae.

Pollination in temperate American orchids. Platanthera obtusata is a predominantly outcrossing species pollinated by female mosquitoes of the genus Aedes.

Central partitions divide the opening to the nectar spur in half and may represent an adaptation to restrict pollen acquisition. Pollinaria are attached to the proboscis. Pollination in temperate American orchids. A pyralid moth (Lepidoptera) as pollinator of blunt-leaved orchid. Geometrid and pyralid moths play a secondary role.

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North of Florida and Mexico. Books related to The Pollination Biology of North American Orchids: Volume 1. Skip this list. is a plant biologist at the University of Minnesota specializing in the study of pollen grains. His articles have appeared in numerous journals including the American Journal of Botany, International Journal of Plant Sciences (formerly Botanical Gazette), Botany (formerly Canadian Journal of Botany), Grana, Pollen et Spores, North American Native Orchid Journal, The Native Orchid Conference Journal, Fremontia, and as chapters in a number of books.

Charles L. Argue, P. University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences Saint Paul, MN. .This is the second of two volumes treating the pollination biology of all native and introduced orchid species occurring north of Mexico and Florida

Charles L. University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences Saint Paul, MN, USA [email protected] This is the second of two volumes treating the pollination biology of all native and introduced orchid species occurring north of Mexico and Florida. Both volumes provide an up-to-date collation of a vast literature previously scattered in numerous, often obscure, journals and books.

Автор: Charles L. Argue Название: The Pollination Biology of North American Orchids .

Описание: This is the second volume covering native and introduced American orchids north of Mexico and Florida, with detailed data on genetic compatibility, breeding systems, pollinators, pollination mechanisms, fruiting success and limiting factors for each species.

Recent studies have revealed remarkable complexity and diversity in orchid-pollinator relationships. These studies comprise a vast literature currently scattered in numerous, often obscure, journals and books. The Pollination Biology of North American Orchids brings together, for the first time, a comprehensive treatment of this information for all native and introduced North American orchids found north of Mexico and Florida. It provides detailed information on genetic compatibility, breeding systems, pollinators, pollination mechanisms, fruiting success, and limiting factors for each species. Distribution, habitat, and floral morphology are also summarized. In addition, detailed line drawings emphasize orchid reproductive organs and their adaptation to known pollinators.

This, the first of two volumes, furnishes a brief introduction to the general morphology of the orchid flower and the terminology used to describe orchid breeding systems and reproductive strategies. It treats the lady’s-slippers of genus Cypripedium, subfamily Cypripedioideae, and nine genera of the subfamily Orchidoideae, including the diverse rein orchids of genus Platanthera

The Pollination Biology of North American Orchids will be of interest to both regional and international audiences including:

Researchers and students in this field of study who are currently required to search through the scattered literature to obtain the information gathered here.Researchers and students in related fields with an interest in the co-evolution of plants and insects.Conservation specialists who need to understand both the details of orchid reproduction and the identity of primary pollinators in order to properly manage the land for both.Orchid breeders who require accurate and current information on orchid breeding systems. General readers with an interest in orchid biology.

Charles Argue, Ph.D., is a plant biologist at the University of Minnesota specializing in the study of pollen grains. His articles have appeared in numerous journals including the American Journal of Botany, International Journal of Plant Sciences (formerly Botanical Gazette), Botany (formerly Canadian Journal of Botany), Grana, Pollen et Spores, North American Native Orchid Journal, The Native Orchid Conference Journal, Fremontia, and as chapters in a number of books.