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dc.contributor.advisorCure Hakim, José Ricardo
dc.contributor.advisorRiaño Jimenez, Diego Alfonso
dc.coverage.spatialCampus UMNGspa
dc.creatorPinilla Cruz, Carlos Eduardo
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dc.description.abstractEl arándano es una de las bayas más comercializadas a nivel mundial gracias a sus características nutracéuticas. En Colombia aún se tienen algunos vacíos agronómicos de este cultivo, uno de estos referente a los requerimientos de polinización de estas plantas. Múltiples trabajos en arándano estudian el efecto de la polinización mediada por abejorros, obteniendo resultados satisfactorios en la calidad del fruto. El abejorro nativo Bombus atratus es una especie promisoria en la polinización de cultivos agrícolas. El objetivo de este trabajo fue el de evaluar el efecto de la polinización mediada por el abejorro nativo Bombus atratus en un cultivo de arándano. Se realizaron observaciones del comportamiento de forrajeo de B. atratus en el cultivo, entre estas, el tiempo de manipulación de la flor y el estadio de la flor visitado. Adicionalmente, se embolsaron flores con tratamientos de polinización espontánea, flores visitadas por obreras, sin polinización y polinización por viento. Se observó que el estadio de flor más visitado por las obreras es el 2 y el recurso colectado es el néctar. También se obtuvo una reducción en el tiempo de cosecha, un aumento en el peso fresco, peso seco, diámetro y número de semillas verdaderas en los frutos producto de flores visitadas por las obreras en los dos cultivares evaluados. Se pudo concluir que la polinización tiene un efecto positivo sobre los frutos del arándano.spa
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dc.subjectMorfología floralspa
dc.subjectAborto de frutosspa
dc.subjectCalidad de frutospa
dc.subjectAborto de frutosspa
dc.titleEfecto de la polinización del arándano (Vaccinium corymbosum) mediada por el abejorro nativo Bombus atratus en la sabana de Bogotáspa
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dc.subject.lembARANDANO AMERICANO
dc.subject.lembFECUNDACION DE LAS PLANTAS
dc.subject.lembABEJORROS
dc.publisher.departmentFacultad de Ciencias Básicasspa
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dc.description.abstractenglishBlueberry is one of the most commercialized berries worldwide thanks to its nutraceutical characteristics. In Colombia there are still some agronomic gaps in this crop, one of these referring to the pollination requirements of these plants. Multiple blueberry studies research about the effect of bumblebee-mediated pollination, obtaining satisfactory results in fruit quality. The native bumblebee Bombus atratus is a promising species in the pollination of agricultural crops. The objective of this work was to evaluate the effect of pollination mediated by the native bumblebee Bombus atratus on a blueberry crop. Observations were made of the foraging behavior of B. atratus in the crop, among these, the time of manipulation of the flower and the stage of the flower visited. Additionally, flowers were packed with spontaneous pollination treatments, flowers visited by workers, without pollination and wind pollination. It was observed that the flower stage most visited by the workers is 2 and the resource collected is nectar. There was also a reduction in harvest time, an increase in fresh weight, dry weight, diameter and number of true seeds in the fruit product of flowers visited by the workers in the two cultivars evaluated. It was concluded that pollination has a positive effect on blueberry fruitsspa
dc.title.titleenglishEffect of blueberry pollination (Vaccinium corymbosum) mediated by the native bumblebee Bombus atratus in the Sabana of Bogotáspa
dc.subject.keywordFloral morphologyspa
dc.subject.keywordAbortion of fruitsspa
dc.subject.keywordQuality of fruitspa
dc.subject.keywordNative beesspa
dc.publisher.programMaestría en Biología Aplicadaspa
dc.creator.degreeMagister en Biologia Aplicadaspa
dc.creator.degreeMaster en Biología Aplicadaspa
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