Pollination of Cultivated Plants in the Tropics

Pollination of Cultivated Plants in the Tropics

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This bulletin, based on contributions from various contributors and edited by Dr. D.W. Roubik, introduces the reader to various aspects of natural and insect pollination. It discusses the pollinators themselves, and the ecological and economic importance of pollination, as well as applied pollination in temperate, tropical oceanic islands and mainland tropics, and alternatives to artificial pollinator populations. Prospects for the future are also discussed. Chapter 2 deals with successful pollination with pollinator populations, the evaluation of pollinators and floral biology and research techniques. The behaviour of pollinators and plant phenology and various case studies on the preparation of pollinators for use in tropical agriculture are also discussed. A glossary and various appendices regarding cultivated and semi-cultivated plants in the tropics, pollination contracts and levels of safety of pesticides for bees and other pollinators are included.Starch gel electrophoresis of tropical trees: a manual. Muak-lek. ... 700 pp. [ essential guide to plant genera, common names and origins] Mac-en. L. J. C. van der. 1985. Cajanus DC and Atylosia, W. aamp; A. Agricultural University of Wageningen.


Title:Pollination of Cultivated Plants in the Tropics
Author: David Ward Roubik, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Publisher:Food & Agriculture Org. - 1995-01-01
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