Two orchids, one scent? Floral volatiles of Catasetum cernuum and Gongora bufonia suggest convergent evolution to a unique pollination niche

Two orchids, one scent? Floral volatiles of Catasetum cernuum and Gongora bufonia suggest convergent evolution to a unique pollination niche

C.E.P. Nunes, G. Gerlach, K.D.O. Bandeira, L. Gobbo-Neto, E.R. Pansarin, M. Sazima

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Floral volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are important signals in plant-pollinator communication and thus subjected to olfactory-mediated selection. Occasionally, phylogenetically unrelated plant species will converge towards similar patterns of floral scent signalling to harness pollinators,...

CONSELHO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO CIENTÍFICO E TECNOLÓGICO - CNPQ

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Two orchids, one scent? Floral volatiles of Catasetum cernuum and Gongora bufonia suggest convergent evolution to a unique pollination niche

C.E.P. Nunes, G. Gerlach, K.D.O. Bandeira, L. Gobbo-Neto, E.R. Pansarin, M. Sazima


										

Two orchids, one scent? Floral volatiles of Catasetum cernuum and Gongora bufonia suggest convergent evolution to a unique pollination niche

C.E.P. Nunes, G. Gerlach, K.D.O. Bandeira, L. Gobbo-Neto, E.R. Pansarin, M. Sazima

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    Flora: morphology, distribution, functional ecology of plants

    Vol. 232 (July, 2016), p. 207-216