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                                                                 Bibliography (Insect Pollination)

 

Borror, D. J., D. M. DeLong & C. A. Triplehorn.  1981.  An Introduction To The Study of Insects.  Saunders College Publ., New York.  827 p.

 

Clausen, C. P.  1962.  Entomophagous Insects.  Hafner Publ. Co., New York.  688 p.

 

Crockett, J.U.  1972.  Flowering Houseplants.  Time-Life Books, Alexandria, Virginia.

 

Dafni, Amots; Kevan, Peter G.; and Husband, Brian C.  2005.  Practical Pollination Biology. Enviroquest, Ltd.

 

Dowden, A. O. T.  1975.  The Blossom on the Bough.  Thomas Y. Crowell Co., New York .

 

Dowden, A. O. T. 1972.   Wild Green Things in the City.  Thomas Y. Crowell Co. New York.

 

Dowden, A.O.T.  1963.  Look at a Flower.   Thomas Y. Crowell Co. New York.

 

Fægri, K. and L. van der Pijl. 1979. The principles of pollination ecology. Oxford: Pergamon.

 

Farb, P.  1962.  The Insects. Time-Life Books Inc., Alexandria, Virginia.

 

Fulton M, Hodges SA. 1999. Floral isolation between Aquilegia formosa and A. pubescens. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 266: 2247–2252.

 

Glover, Beverly J.  2007.  Understanding flowers and flowering: an integrated approach, Oxford University Press, pp. 127,

 

Hodges SA, Whittall JB, Fulton M, Yang JY. 2002. Genetics of floral traits influencing reproductive isolation between Aquilegia formosa and A. pubescens. American Naturalist 159: S51–S60.

 

Huxley, A. (ed.).  1977.  The Encyclopedia of Plant Kingdom. Chartwell Books Inc. New York.

 

Jaycox, E. F.  1977.  Beekeeping in the Midwest.  University of Illinois Press, Urbana.  1968 p.

 

Mazar, Amihai and Panitz-Cohen, Nava.  2007.  It Is the Land of Honey: Beekeeping at Tel Rehov Near Eastern Archaeology, Volume 70, Number 4.

 

Noailles, R.H. and Guilcher, J.M.  1954.  The Hidden Life of Flowers. The Philosophical Library.

 

Olesen, J. M. & A. Valido. 2003. Lizards as pollinators and seed dispersers: an island phenomenon. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 177-181.

 

Proctor, J. and Proctor, S.  1978.  Color in Plants and Flowers, N.Y.: Everest House.

 

Reid, D. and Booth, P.  1973.  Plant Reproduction, Biology for the Individual, Book 8.. Heinemann Educational Books, London.

 

Richards, A. J. (ed.).  1978.  The Pollination of Flowers by Insects.  Academic Press, New York.  214 p.

 

Tan, K.H.& R. Nishida. 2005. Synomone or Kairomone? - Bulbophyllum apertum (Orchidaceae) flower releases raspberry ketone to attract Bactrocera fruit flies. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 31(3): 509-519.

 

Tan, K.H.& R. Nishida. 2007. Zingerone in the floral synomone of Bulbophyllum baileyi (Orchidaceae) attracts Bactrocera fruit flies during pollination. Biochemical Systematics & Ecology 35: 334-341.