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Apple is one of the most widely cultivated fruit crops world-wide, and apple yield benefits from pollination by insects. The global decline in wild po...Read more
Biotic pollination can benefit crop production, but its effects are highly variable. To maximise benefits from this ecosystem service, we need a great...Read more
Ecological intensification involves the incorporation of biodiversity-based ecosystem service management into farming systems in order to make crop pr...Read more
Ecological intensification has been proposed as a strategy to mitigate the impacts of conventional intensive land use on pollinators and insect pollin...Read more
The concept of pollinator niche complementarity maintains that species-rich pollinator communities can provide higher and more stable pollination serv...Read more
Sexual reproduction in 9 clones of Eichhornia crassipes from different parts of the world was examined in the glasshouse. Eight of the clones flowered...Read more
Despite the crucial importance of biotic pollination for many crops, land managers rarely monitor the levels of crop pollination needed to guide farmi...Read more
This Special Profile contains papers covering several topics, including the impact of habitat fragmentation and semi-natural landscape elements for po...Read more
Pollinators are a functional group with high relevance for ensuring cross-pollination in wild plant populations and yields in major crops. Both pollin...Read more
Whilst most studies reviewing the reliance of global agriculture on insect pollination advocate increasing the 'supply' of pollinators (wild or manage...Read more