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Browsing Biosciences by Author "Cresswell, James"
Cresswell, James; Krick, J; Patrick, MA; Lahoubi, M (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010-08)Summary 1. Under natural selection for sexual success, the reproductive organs of plants should evolve to become highly effective pollen receptors. Among wind-pollinated plants, larger reproductive structures appear ...
Cresswell, James; Thompson, Helen (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2012)Henry et al. used a model to predict that colony collapse in honey bees could be precipitated by pesticide-induced intoxication that disrupts navigation. Here we show that collapse disappears when the model is recalculated ...
Cresswell, James (Elsevier, 2010-08)In many species of crop plant, gene flow by cross-pollination is possible between spatially separate fields. To preserve a crop's varietal purity or to restrict ingress into conventional varieties of genetically modified ...
Neonicotinoid insecticides and predatory spiders threaten population viability in rapidly declining bumble bees - dataset Cresswell, James (University of Exeter, 2015-02-19)EXCEL spreadsheet of demographic model of a bumblebee population