International Commission for Plant-Pollinator Relationships (ICPPR)
1951 Leamington Spa UK
1951, Leamington (UK), by Anna Maurizio (first President), at International Beekeeping Congress, following decision at International Botanical Congress, 1950, Stockholm (Sweden). Original title: International Commission for Bee Botany (ICBB) -- Commission internationale de botanique apicole -- Internationale Kommission für Bienenbotanik. Subsequently referred to as International Commission for Plant-Bee Relationships (ICPBR).
Promote and coordinate research on the relationships between plants and bees of all types, including studies of insect pollinated plants, bee foraging behaviour, effects of pollinator visits on plants, management and protection of insect pollinators, bee collected materials from plants and products derived from plants and modified by bees.
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General Assembly (every 4 years). Council, consisting of 30 members, including Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Secretary. Executive, comprising Chairman, 2 Vice-Chairmen and Secretary. Working Groups (3).
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