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A Study of The Relationship Existing Between Certain Insects and Some Native Western Kansas Forbs and Weedy Plants

By Carl Theodore Brandhorst


To the casual observer perhaps no sight could be more commonplace than that of an insect alighting upon a Kansas sunflower. But the relationship which exists between plant and insect is a matter which is often unknown even to the specialist. And yet a lack of understanding of these relationships has at times resulted in inconvenience, loss and even in calamity. To determine the relationship which certain insects bear to some of our native western Kansas forbs and weedy plants is the purpose of this study

Topics: Pollination, Kansas insects, Kansas weeds, Weeds of the great plains, Biology, Life Sciences
Publisher: FHSU Scholars Repository
Year: 1942
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