Her primary areas of investigation include Pollination, Pollinator, Ecology, Botany and Pollen. Her Pollination study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Stabilizing selection. Her Pollinator research integrates issues from Flor, Reproductive success, Cyphomandra and Nectar.
Her Ecology study which covers Phylogeography that intersects with Nothofagus and Genetic structure. As a part of the same scientific study, Andrea Aristides Cocucci usually deals with the Pollen, concentrating on Genus and frequently concerns with Taxon, Sympatric speciation and Trichome. Andrea Aristides Cocucci has included themes like Extinction and Ecological network, Ecosystem, Ecosystem diversity, Ecosystem services in her Mutualism study.
Andrea Aristides Cocucci spends much of her time researching Pollination, Pollinator, Botany, Ecology and Pollen. Her study in Pollination is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Evolutionary biology, Asclepiadoideae, Foraging, Reproductive success and Loasaceae. Andrea Aristides Cocucci has researched Pollinator in several fields, including Hummingbird, Proboscis, Genus and Nectar.
Her research in Nectar tackles topics such as Phenology which are related to areas like Competition. Her Botany study typically links adjacent topics like Solanaceae. Her Abiotic component, Range and Animal ecology study in the realm of Ecology interacts with subjects such as Trait.
Her primary areas of study are Pollination, Pollinator, Ecology, Nectar and Evolutionary biology. Her Pollination study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Taxon and Butterfly, Nymphalidae. Her Pollinator research also covers Botany and Pollen studies.
Her Botany research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carrion and Reproductive isolation. Her work on Abiotic component, Proboscis and Foraging as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Mosaic and Trait, bridging the gap between disciplines. As a part of the same scientific family, Andrea Aristides Cocucci mostly works in the field of Nectar, focusing on Range and, on occasion, Animal ecology, Pollinator exclusion experiment, Open pollination, Reproductive success and Zoology.
Pollinator, Pollination, Ecology, Abiotic component and Loasaceae are her primary areas of study. The concepts of her Pollinator study are interwoven with issues in Hummingbird, Accuracy and precision and Nectar. Her Nectar research entails a greater understanding of Botany.
Andrea Aristides Cocucci undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Pollination and Context in her work. Her Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Adaptive radiation and Monttea aphylla. Her research in Abiotic component intersects with topics in Phylogenetics, Allometry, Morphometrics and Morphology.
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Beyond species loss: The extinction of ecological interactions in a changing world
Alfonso Valiente‐Banuet;Marcelo A. Aizen;Julio M. Alcántara;Juan Arroyo.
Functional Ecology (2015)
Emerging phylogeographical patterns of plants and terrestrial vertebrates from Patagonia
Biological Journal of The Linnean Society (2011)
The perfume flowers of Cyphomandra (Solanaceae): pollination by euglossine bees, bellows mechanism, osmophores, and volatiles.
Marlies Sazima;Stefan Vogel;Andrea Cocucci;Gerlinde Hausner.
Plant Systematics and Evolution (1993)
Multiple periglacial refugia in the Patagonian steppe and post-glacial colonization of the Andes: the phylogeography of Calceolaria polyrhiza
Journal of Biogeography (2010)
Pollinator-mediated selection on floral traits and size of floral display in Cyclopogon elatus, a sweat bee-pollinated orchid
Functional Ecology (2006)
New insights into the phylogenetic relationships, character evolution, and phytogeographic patterns of Calceolaria (Calceolariaceae).
American Journal of Botany (2009)
Pollination biology of Nierembergia ( Solanaceae )
Plant Systematics and Evolution (1991)
Flower power: its association with bee power and floral functional morphology in papilionate legumes
Annals of Botany (2011)
The long and the short of it: a global analysis of hawkmoth pollination niches and interaction networks
Functional Ecology (2017)
Beyond neutral and forbidden links: morphological matches and the assembly of mutualistic hawkmoth-plant networks
Journal of Animal Ecology (2016)
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