Pollination Biology Seminar (Fall 2007)

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The seminar in Pollination Biology convenes every Tuesday at 8:00am in BioPharmacy 303.

Fall 2007 Schedule

The papers for discussion are available as PDF files, but to keep us from getting into hot water with the journals involved, a username and password are required for access. If you have forgotten the username/password, please contact Nic Tippery.

There is an email listserv for attendees of the Pollination Biology seminar, managed by Kent Holsinger.

To upload a PDF file, use this form (username/password required)

September 4, 2007

Waser, N. M., L. Chittka, M. V. Price, N. M. Williams, and J. Ollerton. 1996. Generalization in pollination systems, and why it matters. Ecology 77: 1043-1060.

September 11, 2007

Johnson, S. D. and K. E. Steiner. 2000. Generalization versus specialization in plant pollination systems. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 140-143.
Whittall, J. B. and S. A. Hodges. 2007. Pollinator shifts drive increasingly long nectar spurs in columbine flowers. Nature 447: 706-701.

September 18, 2007

Pdficon small.gif Momose, K., T. Yumoto, T. Nagamitsu, M. Kato, H. Nagamasu, S. Sakai, R. D. Harrison, T. Itioka, A. A. Hamid, and T. Inoue. 1998. Pollination biology in a lowland dipterocarp forest in Sarawak, Malaysia. I. Characteristics of the plant-pollinator community in a lowland dipterocarp forest. American Journal of Botany 85: 1477-1501.

September 25, 2007

Pdficon small.gif Baker, H. G. 1955. Self-compatibility and establishment after 'long-distance' dispersal. Evolution 9: 347-349.
Pdficon small.gif Baker, H. G. 1967. Support for Baker's Law - as a rule. Evolution 21: 853-856.
Pdficon small.gif Rambuda, T. and S. Johnson. 2004 Breeding systems of invasive alien plants in South Africa: does Baker's rule apply? Diversity and Distributions 10: 409-416.
In Memoriam, Herbert G. Baker, 1920-2001 [1]
Barrett, S. C. H. 2001. The Baker and Stebbins era comes to a close. Evolution 55:2371-2374 [2]

October 2, 2007

Pdficon small.gif Knight, T. M., J. A. Steets, J. C. Vamosi, S. J. Mazer, M. Burd, D. R. Campbell, M. R. Dudash, and M. O. Johnston. 2005. Pollen limitation of plant reproduction: pattern and process. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 36: 467-497.

October 9, 2007

Thomson, J. D. and L. Chittka. 2001. Pollinator individuality: when does it matter? In Thomson, J. D. and L. Chittka, eds. Cognitive Ecology of Pollination: Animal Behavior and Floral Evolution. pp. 191-213.

October 16, 2007

Pdficon small.gif Barringer, B. C. 2007. Polyploidy and self-fertilization in flowering plants. American Journal of Botany 94(9): 1527-1533.

October 23, 2007

Pdficon small.gif Chang, S.-M. 2007. Gender-specific inbreeding depression in a gynodioecious plant, Geranium maculatum (Geraniaceae). American Journal of Botany 94(7):1193-1204.

October 30, 2007

Pdficon small.gif Ollerton, J., A. Killick, E. Lamborn, S. Watts, and M. Whiston. 2007. Multiple meanings and modes: on the many ways to be a generalist flower. Taxon 56(3):717-728.

November 6, 2007

Pdficon small.gif Fenster, C. B., W. S. Armbruster, P. Wilson, M. R. Dudash, and J. D. Thomson. 2004. Pollination syndromes and floral specialization. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 35:375-403.

November 27, 2007

Pdficon small.gif Carlson, J. E. 2007. Male-biased nectar production in a protandrous herb matches predictions of sexual selection theory in plants. American Journal of Botany 94:674-682.