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Материал из Антэкология /// Anthecology
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  1. 13C-labelling
  2. 3' trnK intron
  3. A-type cyclin
  4. ANITA grade
  5. Abortion
  6. Above-ground–below-ground interactions
  7. Adaptation
  8. Adaptive radiation
  9. Aerobiology
  10. Agri-environment schemes
  11. Agriculture
  12. Agroforestry
  13. Alien invasive species
  14. Alkaloids
  15. Allee effect
  16. Allee effects
  17. Allozyme marker
  18. Alpine
  19. Alpine plants
  20. Alternate bearing
  21. Altitude
  22. Altitudinal gradients
  23. Amino acids
  24. Amphiboly
  25. Ancestral state reconstruction
  26. Ancestral-state reconstructions
  27. Androdioecy
  28. Androecium
  29. Andromonoecy
  30. Animal Behavior
  31. Animal pollination
  32. Animal-plant interactions
  33. Ant
  34. Ant mosaics
  35. Anther cap retention
  36. Anthesis
  37. Anti-selfing mechanism
  38. Ants
  39. Ant–plant interaction
  40. Aperture pattern
  41. Apomixis
  42. Apomorphic tendencies
  43. Apparent specialization
  44. Architectural effects
  45. Aridification
  46. Artificial flower
  47. Aspect
  48. Aspen
  49. Asymmetric pollen flow
  50. Asynchronic flowering
  51. Attractiveness
  52. Autogamy
  53. Autonomous selfing
  54. Basal angiosperms
  55. Bat pollination
  56. Bats
  57. Bayesian updating
  58. Bee
  59. Bee diversity
  60. Bee pollination
  61. Bee-pollination
  62. Beekeeping
  63. Bees
  64. Beetle
  65. Beetle marks
  66. Beetle pollination
  67. Beetle pollination syndrome
  68. Behavior
  69. Behavioral constraints of pollinators
  70. Benefits
  71. Between-plant distance
  72. Biodiversity
  73. Biological Conservation
  74. Biological control
  75. Biomechanics
  76. Biparental inbreeding
  77. Bird pollination
  78. Birds
  79. Body size
  80. Boreal forest
  81. British plants
  82. Brown-field
  83. Bt corn
  84. Bumblebee pollination
  85. Butterfly
  86. CFD
  87. Cabbageworms
  88. Canopy crane
  89. Cantharophily
  90. Carbohydrate metabolism
  91. Carbon metabolism
  92. Carbon partitioning
  93. Carpellate flower
  94. Century plant
  95. Certation
  96. Change of pollinators
  97. Cheating
  98. Chemical communication
  99. Choice behaviour
  100. Climate
  101. Climate change
  102. Climate niche
  103. Climate warming
  104. Climatic conditions
  105. Co-flowering
  106. Coevolution
  107. Coexistence
  108. Collection efficiency
  109. Colonization
  110. Colony state
  111. Colour pattern
  112. Colour preference
  113. Colour saturation
  114. Colour signal
  115. Colour vision
  116. Columnar cacti
  117. Common principal components
  118. Community
  119. Community ecology
  120. Compensation
  121. Compensatory plant growth
  122. Competition for pollinators
  123. Competitive avoidance
  124. Complex mutualistic network
  125. Computational fluid dynamics
  126. Computer graphics
  127. Concentrated-changes test (CCT)
  128. Conflict
  129. Conical-papillate petal cells
  130. Conservation
  131. Conservation biology
  132. Conservation measures
  133. Construction costs
  134. Controlled pollination
  135. Conventional farming
  136. Convergent evolution
  137. Corolla marcescence
  138. Corolla size
  139. Cost of reproduction
  140. Cost of resistance
  141. Costs
  142. Cytochemistry
  143. Cytokinesis
  144. Data interpretation
  145. Data presentation
  146. Defoliation
  147. Degraded remnant population
  148. Degree distribution
  149. Dehiscence
  150. Delayed pollination
  151. Delayed selfing
  152. Demography
  153. Density
  154. Density dependence
  155. Departure rules
  156. Determinants of plant community diversity and structure
  157. Dicliny
  158. Direct defense
  159. Distancerelated predation
  160. Divergence
  161. Diversification
  162. Diversity
  163. Dollo's law
  164. Dual floral induction
  165. Dual induction
  166. Dye transfer
  167. Ecological costs
  168. Ecological generalization and specialization
  169. Ecosystem function
  170. Ecosystem services
  171. Ecotypic diversity
  172. Effective pollinators
  173. Effectiveness
  174. Elevation
  175. Elliptic Fourier descriptors
  176. Embryogeny failures
  177. Emigration
  178. Enantiomorphy
  179. Enantiostyly
  180. Endangered species
  181. Endemic species
  182. Endogenous rhythm
  183. Energy content
  184. Ephydrophily
  185. Ethylene sensitivity
  186. Euglossine bee
  187. Evolutionary trade-off
  188. Experimental manipulation
  189. Extrafloral nectaries
  190. Facilitated selfing
  191. Facilitation
  192. Facilitative interaction
  193. Facultative interactions
  194. Facultative response
  195. Farm management
  196. Farnesyl hexanoate
  197. Fecundity
  198. Feeding
  199. Feeding behaviour
  200. Female advantage
  201. Female cone
  202. Female fitness
  203. Flies
  204. Floral asymmetry
  205. Floral colour pattern
  206. Floral deceit
  207. Floral development
  208. Floral dimorphism
  209. Floral display
  210. Floral evolution
  211. Floral form
  212. Floral guide
  213. Floral heteromorphy
  214. Floral integration
  215. Floral longevity
  216. Floral morphology
  217. Floral ontogeny
  218. Floral phenotype
  219. Floral pigments
  220. Floral resources
  221. Floral specialization
  222. Floral structure
  223. Floral syndrome
  224. Floral thermogenesis
  225. Floral traits
  226. Floral variation
  227. Flower closure
  228. Flower colour
  229. Flower constancy
  230. Flower corolla shape
  231. Flower density
  232. Flower development
  233. Flower evolution
  234. Flower initiation
  235. Flower longevity
  236. Flower morphology
  237. Flower opening
  238. Flower orientation
  239. Flower production
  240. Flower signals
  241. Flower traits
  242. Flower visitation
  243. Flower visitation web
  244. Flower yeasts
  245. Flower-to-fruit ratio
  246. Flower-visiting
  247. Flowering date
  248. Flowering dynamics
  249. Flowering phenology
  250. Flowering synchrony
  251. Flowering time
  252. Fluid dynamics
  253. Fly pollination
  254. Food deception
  255. Foraging
  256. Foraging behaviour
  257. Foraging efficiency
  258. Foraging experience
  259. Foraging habitats
  260. Foraging theory
  261. Frequency-dependent selection
  262. Fruit abortion
  263. Fruit and seed production
  264. Fruit and seed set
  265. Fruit development
  266. Fruit maturation
  267. Fruit set
  268. Fruit-flower ratio
  269. Fruit-set
  270. Fruits
  271. Functional complementarity
  272. Functional dioecy
  273. Functional evolution
  274. Functional morphology
  275. Functional redundancy
  276. Functional response
  277. Gametophytic selection
  278. Gelsemine
  279. Gender allocation
  280. Gender expression
  281. Gene flow
  282. Generalist
  283. Generalization
  284. Genetic correlations
  285. Genetic engineering
  286. Genetic model
  287. Genotype by environment interactions
  288. Geographic mosaic
  289. Geographic variation
  290. Geographical variation
  291. Germination
  292. Giant honey bees
  293. Gibberellin
  294. Global change
  295. Global warming
  296. Grazing
  297. Grazing intensity
  298. Growth
  299. Growth form
  300. Gymnosperm reproduction
  301. Gymnosperms
  302. Habitat
  303. Habitat disturbance
  304. Habitat fragmentation
  305. Habitat loss
  306. Habitat selection
  307. Half-life of pollen
  308. Hand-pollination
  309. Harbivory
  310. Heat resistance
  311. Height growth trajectory
  312. Heliconiid butterfly
  313. Herbivory
  314. Heritability
  315. Herkogamy
  316. Hermaphrodite
  317. Hermaphroditic
  318. Hermaphroditism or hermaphroditic plants
  319. Heterodichogamy
  320. Heteromorphic flower development
  321. Heteromorphic incompatibility
  322. Heterospecific pollen
  323. Heterostyly
  324. Hierarchical Bayesian model
  325. Higher classification
  326. Homology
  327. Honey bee
  328. Honey bee dominance
  329. Horizontal
  330. Host selection
  331. Host-marking pheromone
  332. Humminbird pollination
  333. Hummingbird
  334. Hummingbird pollination
  335. Hummingbirds
  336. Hybrid seed
  337. Hybridisation
  338. Hybridization
  339. Hydrophily
  340. Hyphydrophily
  341. IPU
  342. ITS
  343. Ideal free distribution
  344. Immigration
  345. In vitro pollen germination
  346. Inbreeding depression
  347. Independent contrasts analysis
  348. Indirect defense
  349. Indirect effects
  350. Indirect interactions
  351. Indirect plant defense
  352. Individual size
  353. Individual variation
  354. Induced floral senescence
  355. Inducible defence
  356. Induction
  357. Inflorescence architecture
  358. Inflorescence design
  359. Inflorescence number
  360. Inflorescence structure
  361. Inflorescences
  362. Innate releasing mechanism
  363. Insect pathology
  364. Insect pollination
  365. Insect pollinator
  366. Insect visitation rate
  367. Insects
  368. Insufficent pollination
  369. Integrated physiological unit
  370. Interaction network
  371. Interactions
  372. Interference
  373. Interspecific pollen
  374. Intraspecific variation
  375. Introduced honeybees
  376. Invasive species
  377. Island biology
  378. Island syndrome
  379. Iterogamy
  380. Jensen’s inequality
  381. Juvenility
  382. LM
  383. Land use
  384. Landscape management
  385. Landscape structure
  386. Landscape-scale study
  387. Late-acting self-incompatibility
  388. Leaf and flower scent
  389. Leaf mass per area
  390. Leaf number
  391. Learning
  392. Lesser long-nosed
  393. Life cycle
  394. Life span
  395. Life-history strategy
  396. Life-history traits
  397. Light availability
  398. Lilium hybrid
  399. Lipid
  400. Literature searches
  401. Lizard-pollination
  402. Long-day
  403. Long-day plant
  404. Long-distance dispersal
  405. Long-term data
  406. Long-tongued bees
  407. Longevity
  408. Lowering phenology
  409. MIXTA
  410. Maintenance of gynodioecy
  411. Male fitness
  412. Male success
  413. Management
  414. Marginal population
  415. Marginal value theorem
  416. Mass flowering crops
  417. Mast-seeding
  418. Mate diversity
  419. Mathematical model
  420. Mating system
  421. Mating system evolution
  422. Mating systems
  423. Matrix models
  424. Maximum plant height
  425. Mean crowding
  426. Melittophily
  427. Meta-analysis
  428. Metacommunity
  429. Microgametophyte competition
  430. Microsatellite
  431. Microsatellite DNA
  432. Microsatellites
  433. Microsporangium
  434. Microsporogenesis
  435. Mimicry
  436. Mixed mating
  437. Mixed-mating system
  438. Model
  439. Model selection
  440. Modularity
  441. Moisture content
  442. Molecular clock
  443. Molecular markers
  444. Molecular phylogeny
  445. Monkey beetles
  446. Monoecism
  447. Montane neotropical rainforest
  448. Moths
  449. Multi-species interactions
  450. Mutualism disruption
  451. Mutualism stability
  452. Mutualistic ants
  453. Mutualistic networks
  454. Mutualistic system
  455. Natural selection
  456. NdF
  457. Nectar
  458. Nectar alkaloids
  459. Nectar composition
  460. Nectar guides
  461. Nectar production
  462. Nectar robbing
  463. Nectar spur
  464. Nectar sugars
  465. Nectar-feeding bat
  466. Nectar-feeding bats
  467. Nectary-modified stomata
  468. Nest provisions
  469. Nestedness
  470. Nesting site
  471. Nesting sites
  472. Network
  473. Network dynamics
  474. New Zealand plants
  475. Next generation sequencing
  476. Niche overlap
  477. Nocturnal
  478. Nocturnal pollinators
  479. Nonlinear
  480. Nonlinear dynamics
  481. Null models
  482. Null-models
  483. Obligate Pollination Mutualism
  484. Obligate pollination mutualism
  485. Obligate pollination mutualisms
  486. Oceanic island
  487. Oceanic islands
  488. Oil-collecting bees
  489. Oil-secreting flowers
  490. Open pollination
  491. Opportunistic pollinators
  492. Optimal foraging
  493. Orchids
  494. Organic farming
  495. Ornithophilous syndrome
  496. Ornithophily
  497. Outcrossing
  498. Outcrossing distance
  499. Outcrossing mechanisms
  500. Oviposition
  501. Ovular secretion
  502. Ovule limitation
  503. Ovule number
  504. Ovule position
  505. Palynology
  506. Patch area
  507. Patch density
  508. Patch-dependent reproduction
  509. Patch‐use model
  510. Paternity
  511. Paternity analysis
  512. Path analysis
  513. Peak flowering period
  514. Perianth
  515. Petal abscission
  516. Petal colour
  517. Petal senescence
  518. Petal venation
  519. Petal wilting
  520. Petal withering
  521. Phenolic glycosides
  522. Phenology
  523. Phenophase
  524. Phenotypic correlations
  525. Phenotypic plasticity
  526. Phenotypic selection
  527. Photoperiod
  528. Photoperiodic control
  529. Photoperiod×temperature interaction
  530. Phyllotaxis
  531. Phylogenetic constraints
  532. Phylogenetically independent contrasts
  533. Phylogenetically-independent contrasts
  534. Phylogeny
  535. Pine forest
  536. Pistil receptivity
  537. Plant breeding systems
  538. Plant development
  539. Plant mating systems
  540. Plant reproduction
  541. Plant's dilemma
  542. Plant-animal interaction
  543. Plant-pollinator
  544. Plant-pollinator interaction
  545. Plant-pollinator interactions
  546. Plantain
  547. Plant– pollinator interactions
  548. Plant–animal interaction
  549. Plant–plant interactions
  550. Plant–pollinator interaction
  551. Plant–pollinator interactions
  552. Plant–pollinator network
  553. Plant–soil interactions
  554. Plant–visitor networks
  555. Plasticity
  556. Pollen
  557. Pollen analysis
  558. Pollen and seed dispersal
  559. Pollen carryover
  560. Pollen colour
  561. Pollen competition
  562. Pollen dispersion
  563. Pollen exclusion bag
  564. Pollen flow
  565. Pollen interference
  566. Pollen limitation
  567. Pollen load
  568. Pollen longevity
  569. Pollen morphology
  570. Pollen number
  571. Pollen ontogeny
  572. Pollen partitioning
  573. Pollen performance
  574. Pollen pigment
  575. Pollen placement
  576. Pollen predator
  577. Pollen presentation
  578. Pollen receipt
  579. Pollen removal
  580. Pollen season
  581. Pollen selection
  582. Pollen size
  583. Pollen to ovule ratio
  584. Pollen transport
  585. Pollen tube competition
  586. Pollen tube growth
  587. Pollen tube growth rate
  588. Pollen tube numbers
  589. Pollen viability
  590. Pollen wall
  591. Pollen-ovule ratio
  592. Pollen-pistil interference
  593. Pollen-stigma interactions
  594. Pollen-transfer efficiency
  595. Pollen/ovule ratio
  596. Pollenstigma interference
  597. Pollinarium reconfiguration
  598. Pollination along altitudinal gradient
  599. Pollination bag
  600. Pollination behavior
  601. Pollination context
  602. Pollination drop
  603. Pollination drop withdrawal
  604. Pollination efficiency
  605. Pollination generalization
  606. Pollination limitation
  607. Pollination mode
  608. Pollination mutualism
  609. Pollination niche
  610. Pollination strategy
  611. Pollination system
  612. Pollination web
  613. Pollinator abundance
  614. Pollinator attraction
  615. Pollinator behavior
  616. Pollinator behaviour
  617. Pollinator choice
  618. Pollinator composition
  619. Pollinator diversity
  620. Pollinator effectiveness
  621. Pollinator efficacy
  622. Pollinator efficiency
  623. Pollinator exclusion
  624. Pollinator exclusion bag
  625. Pollinator failure
  626. Pollinator limitation
  627. Pollinator movement
  628. Pollinator scarcity
  629. Pollinator services
  630. Pollinator specialization
  631. Pollinator spectra
  632. Pollinator visitation
  633. Pollinia
  634. Pollinium
  635. Polycross
  636. Population size
  637. Population structure
  638. Positive interactions
  639. Post-pollination odor changes
  640. Postpollination changes
  641. Pre-dispersal seed predator
  642. Precipitation gradient
  643. Predispersal seed predation
  644. Preference
  645. Primordia
  646. Principal components analysis
  647. Prior selfing
  648. Prodoxidae
  649. Progeny-zygote ratio
  650. Protandry
  651. Proteins
  652. Protogyny
  653. Quantitative genetics
  654. R-strategies
  655. RGR
  656. Rain
  657. Rarefaction curves
  658. Rarity
  659. Reciprocal herkogamy
  660. Recolonization
  661. Redundancy analysis
  662. Relative humidity
  663. Renewing resource
  664. Reproduction
  665. Reproductive allocation
  666. Reproductive assurance
  667. Reproductive barriers
  668. Reproductive biology
  669. Reproductive consequences
  670. Reproductive cost
  671. Reproductive cost or cost of reproduction
  672. Reproductive costs
  673. Reproductive ecology
  674. Reproductive effort
  675. Reproductive isolation
  676. Reproductive strategy
  677. Reproductive success
  678. Research impact
  679. Resource allocation
  680. Resource competition
  681. Resource depletion
  682. Resource limitation
  683. Resource pools
  684. Resource provisioning
  685. Respiration
  686. Restoration
  687. Restoration strategy
  688. Restored
  689. Rewards
  690. Richness
  691. Risk assessment
  692. Robustness
  693. Rodents
  694. Rosette plants
  695. S locus
  696. S-alleles
  697. SEM
  698. SSR
  699. Salicortin
  700. Sampling effort
  701. Scent marks
  702. Secondary metabolites
  703. Secondary pollen presentation
  704. Sedges
  705. Seed development
  706. Seed dispersal
  707. Seed germination
  708. Seed mass
  709. Seed number and quality
  710. Seed predation
  711. Seed production
  712. Seed set
  713. Seed sowing
  714. Seed-ovule ratio
  715. Seed-set
  716. Seed:ovule ratios
  717. Selection
  718. Selective flower abortion
  719. Self-compatibility
  720. Self-fertility
  721. Self-fertilization
  722. Self-pollination
  723. Self-sterility
  724. Selfing
  725. Selfing rate
  726. Set-aside
  727. Sex allocation
  728. Sex expression
  729. Sex ratio
  730. Sex-specific behaviour
  731. Sexual deception
  732. Sexual dimorphism
  733. Sexual polymorphism
  734. Sexually dimorphic behaviour
  735. Shading
  736. Short-day
  737. Short-day plant
  738. Short-tongued bees
  739. Siring success
  740. Size constraints
  741. Snow
  742. Snowmelt
  743. Society
  744. Solar radiation
  745. Solitary bees
  746. Source–sink dynamics
  747. Spatial heterogeneity
  748. Spatial memory
  749. Spatial stability
  750. Spatial turnover
  751. Spatial variation
  752. Specialisation
  753. Specialisation gradient
  754. Specialist
  755. Specialization
  756. Specialized pollination
  757. Speciation
  758. Species interactions
  759. Species richness
  760. Spectral purity
  761. Sporophytic self-incompatibility
  762. Spring rape
  763. Stable isotopes
  764. Stakeholder involvement
  765. Stamen development
  766. Stamen size
  767. Staminate flower
  768. Staminate flowers
  769. Starch
  770. Stem tissue mass density
  771. Stigma clogging
  772. Stigma receptivity
  773. Stigma wilting
  774. Stigma-height dimorphism
  775. Storage
  776. Storage substances
  777. Strawberry
  778. Strobili
  779. Structural equation modeling
  780. Stylar polymorphism
  781. Style length
  782. Style-length polymorphism
  783. Sub-arctic
  784. Succession
  785. Sugar
  786. Sugars
  787. Surveys of local floras
  788. Survival
  789. Sustainable agricultural landscapes
  790. Sustainable agriculture
  791. Symbiosis
  792. Synchronicity
  793. Synchrony
  794. Syndrome
  795. Synthetic
  796. Systematic searching
  797. Systematics
  798. TEM
  799. Tall-grass prairie
  800. Tam
  801. Tardy asynchronous meiosis
  802. Technique
  803. Temperature
  804. Temporal stability
  805. Temporal variations
  806. Tepal development
  807. Thrips
  808. Thrips pollination
  809. Timing
  810. Timing of pollen deposition
  811. Timing of reproduction
  812. Toluene
  813. Toxic nectar
  814. Trade-off
  815. Transgenic pollen
  816. Trap flower
  817. Trapline foraging
  818. Tremulacin
  819. Tristyly
  820. Tritrophic interactions
  821. TrnL-trnF
  822. Trophic similarity
  823. Tropical deserts
  824. Tropical forest
  825. UV-pattern
  826. Ultrastructure
  827. Ultraviolet radiation
  828. Unisexual flower
  829. Unpredictable pollination
  830. Vegetative phenology
  831. Vernalization
  832. Versus diurnal pollination
  833. Video observation
  834. Visitation rates
  835. Visual cue
  836. Wasps
  837. Water balance
  838. Water pollination
  839. Web
  840. Weevils
  841. Wheat
  842. White-eyes
  843. Wild bees
  844. Wild land re-vegetation
  845. Wild plants
  846. Willow
  847. Wireworms
  848. Within inflorescences
  849. Zygomorphic flower
  850. Δ15N
  851. Абиотическое опыление
  852. Адаптация
  853. Адродиэция
  854. Амбифилия
  855. Андродиэция
  856. Андромоноэция
  857. Андроцей
  858. Анемофилия
  859. Антэкология
  860. Апомиксис
  861. Аспекты сообщества
  862. Аутбридинг
  863. Биология опыления
  864. Биология цветка
  865. Биомасса
  866. Биотическое опыление
  867. Ботаника
  868. Ветроопыление
  869. Вымирание
  870. Гаметофит
  871. Гарофитоценоз
  872. Гейтоногамия
  873. Гермафродитизм
  874. Гидрофилия
  875. Гинецей
  876. Гинодиэция
  877. Гиномоноэция
  878. Гиноэция
  879. Голосеменные
  880. Динамика развития
  881. Дистилия
  882. Дихогамия
  883. Диэция
  884. Древесные растения
  885. Запах
  886. Зоофилия
  887. Инбридинг
  888. Интродукция
  889. Кантарофилия
  890. Конкуренция
  891. Косексуальность
  892. Микроспора
  893. Микроспорангий
  894. Моноэция
  895. Морфология
  896. Мутуализм
  897. Мухи-журчалки
  898. Насекомые-опылители
  899. Нектар
  900. Околоцветник
  901. Окраска венчика
  902. Опыление
  903. Опылители
  904. Опылитель
  905. Органогенез цветка
  906. Орнитофилия
  907. Орхидеи
  908. Панмиксия
  909. Перекрёстное опыление
  910. Покрытосеменные
  911. Полигамомоноэция
  912. Полипептиды
  913. Поллинарий
  914. Половая дифференциация
  915. Половая структура
  916. Половой полиморфизм
  917. Половые типы цветка
  918. Половые формы
  919. Полудревесные растения
  920. Посетители цветка
  921. Посетитель
  922. Продолжительность цветения
  923. Протандрия
  924. Протогиния
  925. Пчеловодство
  926. Пыльца
  927. Пыльцевое зерно
  928. Размер цветка
  929. Размерные характеристики цветка
  930. Растениеводство
  931. Ритмика цветения
  932. Рыльце
  933. Самонесовместимость
  934. Самоопыление
  935. Сезонное развитие
  936. Семенная продуктивность
  937. Семязачаток
  938. Симметрия цветка
  939. Синдром опыления
  940. Системы опыления
  941. Системы скрещивания
  942. Складчатокрылые осы
  943. Состав опылителей
  944. Соцветие
  945. Стаминодий
  946. Тримоноэция
  947. Триэция
  948. Уровень опыления
  949. Фазы распускания цветков
  950. Фенология
  951. Феноспектр
  952. Филонез
  953. Хироптерофилия
  954. Цветение
  955. Цветок
  956. Цветочный побег
  957. Ценопопуляция
  958. Число цветков
  959. Эволюционно стабильная стратегия
  960. Экологическая пластичность
  961. Экологические корреляции
  962. Экология опыления
  963. Экология цветения и опыления
  964. Экосистема
  965. Электрофоретические спектры
  966. Энтомофилия
  967. Энтомофильные сообщества