Polemonium viscosum


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Noun1.Polemonium viscosum - tall herb of the Rocky Mountains having sticky leaves and an offensive smell
polemonium - any plant of the genus Polemonium; most are low-growing often foul-smelling plants of temperate to Arctic regions
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Galen and colleagues (Galen et al., 1999; Galen, 2000) reported that leaf photosynthetic rate at the time of flowering significantly declined with increasing corolla size in Polemonium viscosum under dry conditions, related to higher water use.
Measuring pollinator-mediated selection on morphometric floral traits: bumblebees and the alpine sky pilot, Polemonium viscosum. Evolution, 43: 882-890
Down the tube: pollinators, predators, and the evolution of flower shape in the alpine skypilot, Polemonium viscosum. Evolution, 55:1963-1971.
Pollination in floral scent morphs of Polemonium viscosum: A mechanism for disruptive selection on flower size.
Frequency-dependent selection and adaptive surfaces for floral character combinations: the pollination of Polemonium viscosum. American Naturalist 138:1342-1353.
A test for proximity dependent outcrossing in the alpine skypilot, Polemonium viscosum. Evolution 43: 1110-1113.
Bumblebee foraging and floral scent dimorphism: Bombus kirbyellus Curtis (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and Polemonium viscosum Nutt.
Pollen dispersal dynamics in an alpine wild-flower, Polemonium viscosum. Evolution 46:1043-1051.
Cost of reproduction in Polemonium viscosum: phenotypic and genetic approaches.
Limits to the distribution of alpine tundra plants: herbivores and the alpine skypilot, Polemonium viscosum. Oikos, 59:355-358.
1986]) and milkweeds (25% for Asclepias syriaca [Asclepiadaceae; Pleasants 1991]) than in species without pollen packages (3% for Polemonium viscosum [Polemoniaceae; Galen and Stanton 1989] and 0.6% for Erythronium grandiflorum [Liliaceae; Harder and Thomson 1989]).