An article highlighting the continuing decline in the number of students pursuing degrees in plant science.
Archive for May 25th, 2011
Studies of the effects of pollination on floral scent and bee visitation remain rare, particularly in agricultural crops. Rodriguez-Saona et al. study highbush blueberry, Vaccinium corymbosum, and find that flowers left open to pollination have 32 % lower volatile emissions than those from which pollinators have been excluded. Field observations indicate that more bees visit bushes with [...]