1998
DOI: 10.1590/s0034-71081998000400015
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Abstract: Rev. Brasil. Biol., 58(4) ABSTRACT Pollination biology of Jacaratia spinosa (AUBL) ADC. (CARICACEAE) in a residual forest in southwest BrazilThe pollination biology of Jacaratia spinosa (Aubl) ADC. (Caricaceae) was studied in Mata de Santa Genebra, Campinas municipality, São Paulo state, Brazil (20º54'S; 47º05'W). Data from floral anthesis, nectar volume and sugar concentration, pollen viability, stigma receptivity, location of scent glands, reproduction systems and main visitors/potential pollinators were ob… Show more

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“…Madriz andRamírez (1996-1997) also recorded a higher production of flowers in the male inflorescences in C. uvifera. Higher production of staminate flowers has also been found in dioecious species (e.g., Armstrong and Irvine, 1989;Piratelli et al, 1998). Although larger floral displays have been shown to increase the removal of pollen (Willson and Price, 1977), the low natural fructification in C. cereifera (Table 1) indicated the limited pollination.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…Madriz andRamírez (1996-1997) also recorded a higher production of flowers in the male inflorescences in C. uvifera. Higher production of staminate flowers has also been found in dioecious species (e.g., Armstrong and Irvine, 1989;Piratelli et al, 1998). Although larger floral displays have been shown to increase the removal of pollen (Willson and Price, 1977), the low natural fructification in C. cereifera (Table 1) indicated the limited pollination.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…Somado a isso, Momordica charantia apresenta pequena variação temporal entre a abertura e a abscisão das flores femininas e masculinas, o que favorece a visitação de ambas as flores, simultaneamente. Além disso, as flores femininas mantêm-se funcionais por um longo período do dia, e com a floração que se inicia posteriormente às flores masculinas, as femininas seriam favorecidas pelo condicionamento dos visitantes, assegurando o sucesso reprodutivo (Piratelli et al 1998).…”
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“…Piratelli et al (1998) Momordica charantia caracterizou-se pela presença de néctar nas flores masculinas ao longo de todo o dia. Além disso, embora a média da concentração do néctar potencial obtida pela manhã tenha sido maior que a da tarde, a concentração do néctar instantaneamente disponível não apresentou diferença entre os mesmos períodos.…”
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