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Nectar-inhabiting microbes: a bittersweet coexistence

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By Vilhelmiina Haavisto When you think of pollination, you probably think of bees and butterflies flocking to colorful and delightfully scented flowers, transporting pollen from one to another in exchange for a sugary nectar reward. However, there is more to this picture than meets the eye — especially as the third party cannot be seen...
 
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