1290319227

Материал из Антэкология /// Anthecology
Перейти к: навигация, поиск
ATPR 0
AID: 1290319227
Английский
APR 1
APRm
The presence of co-flowering species facilitates reproductive success of Pedicularis monbeigiana (Orobanchaceae) through variation in bumble-bee foraging behaviour
Annals of Botany, . Т. 108. 5. С. 877884 (8).
Background and Aims. The presence of co-flowering species can alter pollinator foraging behaviour and, in turn, positively or negatively affect the reproductive success of the focal species. Such interactions were investigated between a focal species, Pedicularis monbeigiana, and a co-flowering species, Vicia dichroantha, which was mediated by behaviour alteration of the shared bumble-bee pollinator.

Methods. Floral display size and floral colour change of P. monbeigiana were compared between pure (P. monbeigiana only) and mixed (P. monbeigiana and V. dichroantha) plots in two populations. Pollinator visitation rates, interspecific floral switching and successive within-plant pollinator visits were recorded. In addition, supplemental pollination at plant level was performed, and the fruit set and seed set were analysed in pure and mixed plots with different densities of P. monbeigiana. Key Results. Pollinator visitation rates were dramatically higher in mixed plots than in pure plots. The higher pollinator visitation rates were recorded in both low- and high-density plots. In particular, successive flower visits within an individual plant were significantly lower in mixed plots. Supplemental pollination significantly increased fruit set and seed set of individuals in pure plots, while it only marginally increased seed set per fruit of plants in mixed plots.

Conclusions. The presence of V. dichroantha can facilitate pollination and increase female reproductive success of P. monbeigiana via both quantity (mitigating pollinator limitation) and quality (reducing geitonogamy) effects. This study suggests that successive pollinator movements among flowers within a plant, as well as pollinator visitation rates and interspecific flower switching, may be important determinants of the direction and mechanisms of interaction between species.

Error: No contents found at URL https://api.altmetric.com/v1/doi/10.1093/aob/mcr216.

Вебметрики
Altmetric.png
Показатель Значение Min Max Av
>%
Место из 1352
Рейтинг публикации PAMS 0 0 0.89992 80.77% 442
Число читателей в Mendeley PAMMR 0 0 35.58 80.99% 1298
Число читателей в CiteuLike PAMCULR 0 0 0.1 96.67% 70
Число читателей в Connotea PAMCR 0 0 0 99.7% 244
Число читателей в Altmetric PAMR 0 0 35.68 80.99% 1298
AltMetricCircle.jpg
0 0 0.1 95.04% 1300
AltMetricCircle.jpg
0 0 0.36 87.8% 957
AltMetricCircle.jpg
0 0 0 98.89% 903
AltMetricCircle.jpg
0 0 0.06 91.35% 804
AltMetricCircle.jpg
0 0 0.06 95.78% 952
AltMetricCircle.jpg
0 0 0 98.22% 210
Число цитирований на Peer Review Sites PAMPRSC 0 0 0 100% 734
AltMetricCircle.jpg
0 0 0 99.85% 447
Число цитирований на Research Highliht Platform PAMRHPC 0 0 0 99.19% 37
AltMetricCircle.jpg
0 0 0 99.93% 446


ОПЫЛИТЕЛЬНЫЕ СВЯЗИ
Связи в публикации не описаны.
ИСХОДЯЩИЕ ССЫЛКИ (0)
ВХОДЯЩИЕ ССЫЛКИ (0)