Jak zwabić muchówkę, czyli o przystosowaniach roślin do zapylania przez Diptera


  • Natalia Wiśniewska Uniwersytet Gdański



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biologia zapylania, kwiatowe atraktanty, mimikra, zoogamia


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Wiśniewska, N. (2021). Jak zwabić muchówkę, czyli o przystosowaniach roślin do zapylania przez Diptera. Tutoring Gedanensis, 6(1), 20–25. https://doi.org/10.26881/tutg.2021.1.13