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  1. Plants other than animal-pollinated herbs provide wild bees with vital nutrients
  2. Uncovering the significance of the ratio of food K:Na in bee ecology and evolution
  3. The conserved and high K-to-Na ratio in sunflower pollen: Possible implications for bee health and plant-bee interactions
  4. Application of ionomics and ecological stoichiometry in conservation biology: Nutrient demand and supply in a changing environment
  5. Phenology and production of pollen, nectar, and sugar in 1612 plant species from various environments
  6. Unravelling the dependence of a wild bee on floral diversity and composition using a feeding experiment
  7. To help wild bees we should consider nutrient demand and supply in a changing environment
  8. Critical links between biodiversity and health in wild bee conservation
  9. Ratios rather than concentrations of nutritionally important elements may shape honey bee preferences for ‘dirty water’
  10. Stoichiometric niche, nutrient partitioning and resource allocation in a solitary bee are sex-specific and phosphorous is allocated mainly to the cocoon
  11. The Scarcity of Specific Nutrients in Wild Bee Larval Food Negatively Influences Certain Life History Traits
  12. Sexual Dimorphism in the Multielemental Stoichiometric Phenotypes and Stoichiometric Niches of Spiders
  13. Ants Co-Occurring with Predatory Antlions Show Unsuccessful Rescue Behavior towards Captured Nestmates
  14. Re-defining bee-friendly plants: pollen quality versus quantity
  15. A Better Understanding of Bee Nutritional Ecology Is Needed to Optimize Conservation Strategies for Wild Bees—The Application of Ecological Stoichiometry
  16. Nutrient Dynamics in Decomposing Dead Wood in the Context of Wood Eater Requirements: The Ecological Stoichiometry of Saproxylophagous Insects
  17. Pollen quality is important for bees
  18. Predation Cues in Solitary bee Nests
  19. Ecological stoichiometry for dummies.
  20. Pollen’s role in nutrients cycling
  21. Ecological stoichiometry of wood eating insects - changes during ontogeny
  22. Sedentary antlion larvae (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae) use vibrational cues to modify their foraging strategies
  23. Stoichiometry of the detrital food web
  24. Nutritional Ecology of Three species of Dead Wood Eaters