18PollinateInsectPred

18PollinateInsectPred - 1 Announcements Pepperwood May 4...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Announcements Pepperwood May 4 Arrival Saturday night Sunday 8:30 Bring collecting equipment Exam 3- submit corrections to me Deadlines Quiz Monday May 5 Lab Quiz Monday May 12 Insect collection May 14 Field Journal May 12 Last lecture Coevolution model of plant herbivore interaction Example of coevolution model Evolution of insect pollination Cheating by plants for pollination Orchid mimics female wasp Produces pheromones to attract male Bee orchid resembling female Fly pollination of primrose Hawkmoth pollination 2 Monkey beetle pollination Carrion fowers (11 inches) Carrion fowers and pollinator Fig wasps in Caliornia Coevolution: Fig Wasp/Fig Species specifc Both species depend on each other Cost o pollination to plant is loss o seeds Wasp lie cycle depends on plant development Female and male wasps 3 Female fower where emale wasp enters Male wasp mating Female wasp emerging Female wasps about to disperse...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course BIOLOGY 323 taught by Professor Rank during the Spring '08 term at Sonoma.

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