Jim Cane
Jim Cane
emeritus USDA PIRU, Logan Utah --> now WildBeecology,
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Importance of pollinators in changing landscapes for world crops
AM Klein, BE Vaissière, JH Cane, I Steffan-Dewenter, SA Cunningham, ...
Proceedings of the royal society B: biological sciences 274 (1608), 303-313, 2007
The potential consequences of pollinator declines on the conservation of biodiversity and stability of food crop yields
G Allen-Wardell, P Bernhardt, R Bitner, A Burquez, S Buchmann, J Cane, ...
Conservation biology, 8-17, 1998
Pollen nutritional content and digestibility for animals
TH Roulston, JH Cane
Plant systematics and Evolution 222, 187-209, 2000
What governs protein content of pollen: pollinator preferences, pollen–pistil interactions, or phylogeny?
TH Roulston, JH Cane, SL Buchmann
Ecological monographs 70 (4), 617-643, 2000
Complex responses within a desert bee guild (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) to urban habitat fragmentation
JH Cane, RL Minckley, LJ Kervin, TH Roulston, NM Williams
Ecological applications 16 (2), 632-644, 2006
Habitat fragmentation and native bees: a premature verdict?
JH Cane
Conservation Ecology 5 (1), 2001
Estimation of bee size using intertegular span (Apoidea)
JH Cane
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 145-147, 1987
Floral resource utilization by solitary bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) and exploitation of their stored foods by natural enemies
WT Wcislo, JH Cane
Annual review of entomology 41 (1), 257-286, 1996
The Alfalfa Leafcutting Bee, Megachile rotundata: The World's Most Intensively Managed Solitary Bee
TL Pitts-Singer, JH Cane
Annual review of entomology 56, 221-237, 2011
Characterizing floral specialization by bees: analytical methods and a revised lexicon for oligolecty
JH Cane, S Sipes
Plant-pollinator interactions: from specialization to generalization 99, 122, 2006
Causes and extent of declines among native North American invertebrate pollinators: detection, evidence, and consequences
JH Cane, VJ Tepedino
Conservation Ecology 5 (1), 2001
Sampling bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) for pollinator community studies: pitfalls of pan-trapping
JH Cane, RL Minckley, LJ Kervin
Journal of the Kansas entomological society, 225-231, 2000
Detecting insect pollinator declines on regional and global scales
G Lebuhn, S Droege, EF Connor, B Gemmill‐Herren, SG Potts, ...
Conservation Biology 27 (1), 113-120, 2013
Soils of ground-nesting bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea): texture, moisture, cell depth and climate
JH Cane
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 406-413, 1991
The effect of pollen protein concentration on body size in the sweat bee Lasioglossum zephyrum (Hymenoptera: Apiformes)
TH Roulston, JH Cane
Evolutionary ecology 16, 49-65, 2002
Substrates and Materials Used for Nesting by North American Osmia Bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes: Megachilidae)
JH Cane, T Griswold, FD Parker
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 100 (3), 350-358, 2007
Bees assess pollen returns while sonicating Solanum flowers
SL Buchmann, JH Cane
Oecologia 81, 289-294, 1989
Gauging the effect of honey bee pollen collection on native bee communities
JH Cane, VJ Tepedino
Conservation Letters 10 (2), 205-210, 2017
Predicted fates of ground-nesting bees in soil heated by wildfire: thermal tolerances of life stages and a survey of nesting depths
JH Cane, JL Neff
Biological conservation 144 (11), 2631-2636, 2011
Dose‐response relationships between pollination and fruiting refine pollinator comparisons for cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon [Ericaceae])
JH Cane, D Schiffhauer
American Journal of Botany 90 (10), 1425-1432, 2003
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