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Evolution of Plant-Pollinator Relationships

Van: Piet Vanmarsenille [mailto:piet bij bijen.be]
Verzonden: woensdag 21 december 2011 22:04
Aan: bijen bij cari.be
Onderwerp: [bijen] FW: NEW BOOK: Evolution of Plant-Pollinator Relationships

Beste forum,

Er is een nieuw boek verschenen met de meest recente onderzoek over hoe de relatie is ontstaan tussen de bloemetjes en de bijtjes 
Ik vrees wel een vrij wetenschappelijk boek.  Zie hieronder

Dear Colleagues and Friends,
 
Cambridge University Press has just released the NEW BOOK: Evolution of Plant-Pollinator Relationships.
 
The following chapters and topics are included:
 
1 Macroevolution for plant reproductive biologists     Paul Wilson
2 Pollination crisis, plant sex systems, and predicting evolutionary
trends in attractiveness     Tom J. de Jong
3 Evolution and ecological implications of “specialized” pollinator rewards     W. Scott Armbruster
4 Fig–fi g wasp mutualism, the fall of the strict cospeciation paradigm?    Astrid Cruaud et al.
5 Fossil bees and their plant associates     Denis Michez, Maryse Vanderplanck, and Michael S. Engel
6 Pollen evidence for the pollination biology of early fl owering plants     Shusheng Hu, David L. Dilcher, and David Winship Taylor
7 Pollinator mediated fl oral divergence in the absence of pollinator shifts     Allan G. Ellis and Bruce Anderson
8 Animal pollination and speciation in plants: general mechanisms and
examples from the orchids     Florian P. Schiestl
9 Why are fl oral signals complex? An outline of functional hypotheses     Anne S. Leonard, Anna Dornhaus, and Daniel R. Papaj
10 A survey on pollination modes in cacti and a potential key innovation     Boris O. Schlumpberger
11 Zygomorphy, area, and the latitudinal biodiversity gradient in angiosperms     Jana C. Vamosi and Steven M. Vamosi
12 Ambophily and “super generalism” in Ceratonia siliqua (Fabaceae)
pollination      Amots Dafni, Talya Marom-Levy, Andreas J ü rgens, Stefan D ö tterl,
Yuval Shimrat, Achik Dorchin, H. Elizabeth Kirkpatrick,
and Taina Witt
13 Structure and dynamics of pollination networks: the past, present
and future    Jens M. Olesen, Yoko L. Dupont, Melanie Hagen, Claus Rasmussen,
and Kristian Trøjelsgaard
14 Pollinators as drivers of plant distribution and assemblage into
communities     Loïc Pellissier, Nadir Alvarez, and Antoine Guisan
15 Effects of alien species on plant–pollinator interactions: how can native
plants adapt to changing pollination regimes?      Gideon Pisanty and Yael Mandelik
16 Pollen resources of non- Apis bees in southern Africa     Michael Kuhlmann and Connal D. Eardley
17 Advances in the study of the evolution of plant–pollinator relationships     Sébastien Patiny
 
Information about book pricing and ordering (including google preview) is found at www.cambridge.org/9780521198929
 
Feel free to copy this mail to your librarians and interested contacts.
 
Season's greetings,
 
Sébastien Patiny - Editor
 
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Dr Sébastien Patiny
(Entomologist)
Chemcom s.a.
1070 Brussels
BELGIUM
 
url : http://sites.google.com/site/patinys/