Further Reading

Ackerman JD (2000) Abiotic pollen and pollination: Ecological, functional, and evolutionary perspectives. Plant Systematics and Evolution 222: 167-185.

Cooper RL, Osborn JM, and Philbrick CT (2000) Comparative morphology and ultrastructure of the Callitrichaceae. American Journal of Botany 87: 161-175.

Dafni A, Kevan PG, and Husband C (2005) Practical Pollination Biology. Cambridge, ON: Enviroquest.

Gelbart G and von Aderkas P (2002) Ovular secretions as part of pollination mechanism in conifers. Annals of Forest Science 59: 345-357.

Linder HP and Midgley J (1996) Anemophilous plants select pollen from their own species from the air. Oecologia 108: 85-87.

Lindgren D, Paule L, Xihuan S, et al. (1995) Can viable pollen carry Scots pine genes over long distances? Grana 34: 64-69.

Nepi M, Franchi GG, and Pacini E (2001) Pollen hydration status at dispersal: Cytophysiological features and strategies. Protoplasma 216: 171-180.

Pacini E (2000) From anther and pollen ripening to pollen presentation. Plant Systematics and Evolution 222: 19-43.

Pacini E and Hesse M (2005) Pollenkitt - Its composition, forms and function. Flora 200: 399-415.

Thien LB, Azuma H, and Kawano S (2000) New perspective on the pollination biology of basal angiosperms. International Journal of Plant Sciences 161(supplement 6): S225-S235.

Vaknin Y, Gan-mor S, Bechar A, Ronen B, and Eisikowithch D (2001) Are flowers morphologically adapted to take advantage of electrostatic forces in pollination? New Phytologist 152: 301-306.

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