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Interactions between plants and animals allows species to survive
A study from the EBD-CSIC and the UCA experimentally proves that the way species interact determines the way they coexist
Results indicates that any change introduced in an ecosystem radically...
About Interactions between plants and animals allows species to survive
Interactions among global change pressures act in a non-additive way on bumblebee individuals and colonies
Insect-mediated pollination is fundamental for terrestrial ecosystems as well as for crop production. However, bee populations are declining as a consequence of different global change pressures....
About Interactions among global change pressures act in a non-additive way on bumblebee individuals and colonies
Combined effects of global change on bumblebees
The decline in bee populations has recently attracted much attention from researchers, conservationists and the general public, with insect-mediated pollination being a key process for terrestrial...
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Generalized hybridization between commercial and native individuals of bumble bees
Every year more than 1 million commercial bumblebee colonies are deployed in greenhouses worldwide for their pollination services. While commercial pollinators have been an enormous benefit for...
About Generalized hybridization between commercial and native individuals of bumble bees
Use of commercial bumble bees as pollinators in the strawberry “Fortuna” crops does not enhance crop yield
Animal-mediated pollination is essential for the production and quality of fruits and seeds of many crops consumed by humans. However, crop pollination services might be compromised when wild...
About Use of commercial bumble bees as pollinators in the strawberry “Fortuna” crops does not enhance crop yield
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