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The scents of summer

Amy L. Parachnowitsch Plant Ecology and Evolution, Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden 75236. email: amyparachnowitsch@gmail.com Summer is always a busy time—especially for those who do their research outside. As the chill of the mornings harkens the coming of … Continue reading

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Toxic nectar to improve pollinator fidelity?

Amy L. Parachnowitsch Plant Ecology and Evolution, Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden 75236. email: amyparachnowitsch@gmail.com Maybe because so many of us rely and enjoy caffeine (I’m sipping a large cup of tea as I write this), a recent … Continue reading

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Does a petunia of any other name smell as sweet? Unraveling the complexity of floral scents Amy L. Parachnowitsch Plant Ecology and Evolution, Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden 75236. email: amyparachnowitsch@gmail.com As the perfume industry and anyone who … Continue reading

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