Roads Pose Significant Threat to Bee Movement and Flower Pollination, U-M Study Shows

May 11, 2021

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Presented by Michigan News

U-M researchers studied the impact of roads on pollinating insects such as bees and to what extent structures disrupt insect pollination, which is essential to reproduction in many plant species.

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