2023 - Research.com Ecology and Evolution in Canada Leader Award
2011 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
James D. Thomson spends much of his time researching Botany, Pollinator, Pollination, Ecology and Pollen. His work is dedicated to discovering how Botany, Horticulture are connected with Plant strategies, Diervilla lonicera and Entomophily and other disciplines. His biological study deals with issues like Phenology, which deal with fields such as Hymenoptera and Characteristics of common wasps and bees.
James D. Thomson combines subjects such as Microsporidia and Wildlife with his study of Pollination. His studies deal with areas such as Spatial distribution, Spatial analysis, Selection and Seed dispersal as well as Ecology. His Pollen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Flor and Reproductive success.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pollination, Botany, Ecology, Pollinator and Pollen. James D. Thomson interconnects Hummingbird and Phenology in the investigation of issues within Pollination. Botany is closely attributed to Horticulture in his study.
His study focuses on the intersection of Pollinator and fields such as Nectar with connections in the field of Animal ecology and Nectar secretion. His Stamen, Pollen tube and Outcrossing study in the realm of Pollen connects with subjects such as Inbreeding depression. The various areas that James D. Thomson examines in his Erythronium grandiflorum study include Liliaceae, Erythronium and Biological dispersal, Seed dispersal.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Pollination, Pollinator, Pollen and Phenology. His studies in Ecology integrate themes in fields like Set and Spatial variability. His Pollination study improves the overall literature in Botany.
James D. Thomson has included themes like Foraging and Reproductive success in his Pollinator study. His study in the field of Pollen source, Stamen and Heterostyly is also linked to topics like Claytonia. James D. Thomson combines subjects such as Fruit set, Demography, Plot, Pollinator decline and Erythronium grandiflorum with his study of Phenology.
His primary areas of investigation include Pollination, Ecology, Botany, Pollinator and Nectar. His studies deal with areas such as Effects of global warming, Hummingbird, Foraging, Petal and Community as well as Pollination. His works in Pollen, Gentiana, Bee pollen and Melissopalynology are all subjects of inquiry into Botany.
His research on Pollen frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Associative learning. His Pollinator research includes themes of Forage, Delphinium barbeyi, Delphinium and Reproductive success. His study in Nectar is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Artificial flower, Horticulture and Bumblebee.
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Pollination Syndromes and Floral Specialization
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2004)
Flower Constancy, Insect Psychology, and Plant Evolution
EVOLUTIONARY OPTIONS FOR MAXIMIZING POLLEN DISPERSAL OF ANIMAL-POLLINATED PLANTS
The American Naturalist (1989)
Untangling Multiple Factors in Spatial Distributions: Lilies, Gophers, and Rocks
Plight of the bumble bee: Pathogen spillover from commercial to wild populations
Biological Conservation (2006)
Pollen carryover, nectar rewards, and pollinator behavior with special reference to Diervilla lonicera.
Heterogeneity Among Floral Visitors Leads to Discordance Between Removal and Deposition of Pollen
Pollen Transport and Deposition by Bumble Bees in Erythronium: Influences of Floral Nectar and Bee Grooming
Journal of Ecology (1986)
Cognitive Ecology of Pollination: Animal Behaviour and Floral Evolution
Pollen removal and deposition by honeybee and bumblebee visitors to apple and almond flowers
Journal of Applied Ecology (2001)
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