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Flower structure, color pattern and shape reveal a fascinating history of coevolution with physical and biological pollinators. Wind, water, insects, birds and mammals are exploited by various flowering plant species to move pollen from stamens to pistils, often in elaborate and surprising ways. This lecture surveys these strategies with high-contrast color photography.
Thorne, Francis, "Color, Patterns, Shapes, Scents, and Foul Play: Pollination in the Flowering Plants" (1994). Robert Ingram Strozier Faculty Lecture Series. 56.
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