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  Wider benefits of the National Pollinator Strategy
  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
  Dr A Helden, Dr T Ings
Applications accepted all year round

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Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG) - https://www.anglia.ac.uk/science-and-engineering/research/institutes-and-groups/applied-ecology.
  Investigating the impact of beekeeping on wild pollinator populations in rural Cambridgeshire
  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
  Dr O Norfolk, Dr A Helden, Dr T Ings
Applications accepted all year round

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Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG) https://aru.ac.uk/science-and-engineering/research/institutes-and-groups/applied-ecology.
  Conservation of pollinator biodiversity and sustainable management of pollination services in agroecosystems
  Prof S G Potts
Applications accepted all year round

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Wild and managed pollinators provide a wide range of benefits to society in terms of contributions to food security, farmer and beekeeper livelihoods, social and cultural values, as well as the maintenance of wider biodiversity and ecosystem stability.
  What native insect pollinators can be used to replace the honey bee in avocado orchards?
  Dr W Xu
Application Deadline: 30 May 2020

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Inadequate pollination is a major reason for poor and erratic avocado yields. The honey bee serves as the principle avocado pollinator, but the avocado bloom is not attractive to them.
  Molecular mechanisms of genomic imprinting in an insect
  Dr E Mallon, Dr C Tufarelli, Dr E Rosato
Application Deadline: 7 June 2020

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Genomic imprinting is a phylogenetically widespread phenomenon, and genes have been shown to be imprinted in mammals, plants, and fungi, as well as insects.
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