Insects and Plants

Insects and Plants

Parallel Evolution and Adaptations

Book - 1992
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Insects and plants, whether or not they coevolved, have intimate interrelationships. This book concisely yet thoroughly describes these phenomena. In one chapter the salient facts known about carnivorous plants are described. In another, ant and plant relationships are summarized as an introduction to this vast subject. Pollination, of great interest to agriculturists and horticulturists, is briefly explained without the complexities detailed in the massive literature on this topic. Many other subjects are discussed, such as the memory of adult butterflies, which enables them to return to their host plants in the case of the polyphagous species. The book is seeded with such thought-provoking discussions as prostitution among the orchids and botanical indigestion in some plants.
Publisher: Gainesville, Fla., U.S.A. : Sandhill Crane Press, 1992
Edition: Second edition
ISBN: 9781877743108
1877743100
Branch Call Number: 575 JOLIVET 1992
Characteristics: xii, 190 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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