Allan G. Ellis
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From representation to persistence: requirements for a sustainable system of conservation areas in the species‐rich mediterranean‐climate desert of southern Africa
RM Cowling, RL Pressey, AT Lombard, PG Desmet, AG Ellis
Diversity and Distributions 5 (1‐2), 51-71, 1999
2751999
EVOLUTIONARY RADIATION OF “STONE PLANTS” IN THE GENUS ARGYRODERMA (AIZOACEAE): UNRAVELING THE EFFECTS OF LANDSCAPE, HABITAT …
AG Ellis, AE Weis, BS Gaut
Evolution 60 (1), 39-55, 2006
942006
Floral mimicry enhances pollen export: the evolution of pollination by sexual deceit outside of the Orchidaceae
AG Ellis, SD Johnson
The American Naturalist 176 (5), E143-E151, 2010
862010
A new plant-animal mutualism involving a plant with sticky leaves and a resident hemipteran insect
AG Ellis, JJ Midgley
Oecologia 106 (4), 478-481, 1996
841996
Coexistence and differentiation of ‘flowering stones’: the role of local adaptation to soil microenvironment
AG Ellis, AE Weis
Journal of Ecology 94 (2), 322-335, 2006
742006
The evolution of floral variation without pollinator shifts in Gorteria diffusa (Asteraceae)
AG Ellis, SD Johnson
American Journal of Botany 96 (4), 793-801, 2009
682009
Specialization for pollination by beetles and wasps: the role of lollipop hairs and fragrance in Satyrium microrrhynchum (Orchidaceae)
SD Johnson, A Ellis, S Dötterl
American Journal of Botany 94 (1), 47-55, 2007
622007
A Steep Cline in Flowering Time for Brassica rapa in Southern California: Population-Level Variation in the Field and the Greenhouse
DM Franke, AG Ellis, M Dharjwa, M Freshwater, M Fujikawa, A Padron, ...
International Journal of Plant Sciences 167 (1), 83-92, 2006
612006
Do pollinators influence the assembly of flower colours within plant communities?
ML de Jager, LL Dreyer, AG Ellis
Oecologia 166 (2), 543-553, 2011
572011
Development of a complex floral trait: The pollinator‐attracting petal spots of the beetle daisy, Gorteria diffusa (Asteraceae)
MM Thomas, PJ Rudall, AG Ellis, V Savolainen, BJ Glover
American Journal of Botany 96 (12), 2184-2196, 2009
452009
Predictable patterns of trait mismatches between interacting plants and insects
B Anderson, JS Terblanche, AG Ellis
BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (1), 204, 2010
422010
Integrating biosystematic data into conservation planning: perspectives from Southern Africa's succulent Karoo
PG Desmet, RM Cowling, AG Ellis, RL Pressey
Systematic Biology 51 (2), 317-330, 2002
422002
Floral polymorphism and the fitness implications of attracting pollinating and florivorous insects
ML de Jager, AG Ellis
Annals of botany 113, 213-222, 2014
412014
Gender‐specific pollinator preference for floral traits
ML de Jager, AG Ellis
Functional Ecology 26 (5), 1197-1204, 2012
392012
Do pollinators determine hybridization patterns in sympatricSatyrium (Orchidaceae) species?
AG Ellis, SD Johnson
Plant Systematics and Evolution 219 (3-4), 137-150, 1999
381999
Gender differences in the effects of floral spur length manipulation on fitness in a hermaphrodite orchid
AG Ellis, SD Johnson
International Journal of Plant Sciences 171 (9), 1010-1019, 2010
342010
Intraspecific divergence and convergence of floral tube length in specialized pollination interactions
B Anderson, P Ros, TJ Wiese, AG Ellis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1795), 20141420, 2014
322014
Burkholderia aspalathi sp. nov., isolated from root nodules of the South African legume Aspalathus abietina Thunb
NR Mavengere, AG Ellis, JJ Le Roux
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 64 (6 …, 2014
302014
The structure of legume–rhizobium interaction networks and their response to tree invasions
JJ Le Roux, NR Mavengere, AG Ellis
AoB plants 8, 2016
292016
Petal movement in cape wildflowers protects pollen from exposure to moisture
A Von Hase, RM Cowling, AG Ellis
Plant Ecology 184 (1), 75-87, 2006
292006
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