Symposium: Interactions and communication between trophic levels in pollination
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Since the time of Darwin, plant-pollinator interactions have been studied as an important model system of mutualism. Recent theoretical and technical advances have revealed that interspecific interactions on flowers are far more complex than previously assumed. Plants use multiple channels of communication including visual, olfactory, and tactile cues to attract and control pollinators. Besides, non-pollinating organisms often affect plant-pollinator interactions. In this symposium, we invite leading scientists in the field to integrate recent advances and discuss future research directions.
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