Kelsey L. Glennon
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Evidence for shared broad‐scale climatic niches of diploid and polyploid plants
KL Glennon, ME Ritchie, KA Segraves
Ecology letters 17 (5), 574-582, 2014
1282014
Scale dependence of vegetation–environment relationships: a meta‐analysis of multivariate data
A Siefert, C Ravenscroft, D Althoff, JC Alvarez‐Yépiz, BE Carter, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (5), 942-951, 2012
1082012
Polyploidization in Heuchera cylindrica (Saxifragaceae) did not result in a shift in climatic requirements
W Godsoe, MA Larson, KL Glennon, KA Segraves
American Journal of Botany 100 (3), 496-508, 2013
542013
Ecogeographic isolation: a reproductive barrier between species and between cytotypes in Houstonia (Rubiaceae)
KL Glennon, LJ Rissler, SA Church
Evolutionary Ecology 26 (4), 909-926, 2012
382012
Comparison of morphological variation indicative of ploidy level in Phragmites australis (Poaceae) from eastern North America
K Saltonstall, K Glennon, A Burnett, RB Hunter, KL Hunter
Rhodora 109 (940), 415-429, 2007
342007
One African baobab species or two? Synonymy of Adansonia kilima and A. digitata
GV Cron, N Karimi, KL Glennon, CA Udeh, ETF Witkowski, SM Venter, ...
Taxon 65 (5), 1037-1049, 2016
222016
Foraging mode, relative prey size and diet breadth: A phylogenetically explicit analysis of snake feeding ecology
X Glaudas, KL Glennon, M Martins, L Luiselli, S Fearn, DF Trembath, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (5), 757-767, 2019
142019
Baobabs (Adansonia digitata L.) are self-incompatible and ‘male’ trees can produce fruit if hand-pollinated
SM Venter, KL Glennon, ETF Witkowski, D Baum, GV Cron, R Tivakudze, ...
South African Journal of Botany 109, 263-268, 2017
122017
Climate and leaf shape relationships in four Helichrysum species from the Eastern Mountain Region of South Africa
KL Glennon, GV Cron
Evolutionary ecology 29 (5), 657-678, 2015
112015
Genetic diversity assessment of Tamarix in South Africa–Biocontrol and conservation implications
S Mayonde, GV Cron, KL Glennon, MJ Byrne
South African Journal of Botany 121, 54-62, 2019
62019
Gene flow contributes to genetic diversity of tetraploid populations of the North American plant genus Houstonia (Rubiaceae)
KL Glennon, SA Church
Rhodora 117 (969), 41-66, 2015
42015
Should I stay or should I go? Pollinator shifts rather than cospeciation dominate the evolutionary history of South African Rediviva bees and their Diascia host plants
B Kahnt, WN Hattingh, P Theodorou, N Wieseke, M Kuhlmann, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (17), 4118-4133, 2019
32019
Microsatellite primers for the North American bluets (Houstonia section Amphiotis, Rubiaceae)
KL Glennon, SA Church
American journal of botany 98 (2), e28-e29, 2011
32011
Effects of cadmium toxicity on the physiology and growth of a halophytic plant, Tamarix usneoides (E. Mey. ex Bunge)
S Mayonde, GV Cron, KL Glennon, MJ Byrne
International Journal of Phytoremediation 23 (2), 130-138, 2021
22021
Misinterpretation of why black students do not pursue studies in the biological sciences
KL Glennon, J White, C Reynolds, I Risenga, N Pillay, S Archibald, ...
South African Journal of Science 116 (SPE), 1-3, 2020
22020
Examining the polymorphic nature of flower colour in a Drakensberg near-endemic species, Rhodohypoxis baurii (Baker) Nel. var. confecta Hilliard & Burtt.
CEC Gardiner, KL Glennon
International Journal of Plant Sciences 180 (9), 965-973, 2019
22019
Microsatellite primers for a species of South African everlasting daisy (Helichrysum odoratissimum; Gnaphalieae, Asteraceae)
KL Glennon, GV Cron
Applications in plant sciences 4 (5), 1500138, 2016
12016
Evidence for hybridization between the endangered Roan Mountain bluet, Houstonia purpurea var. montana (Rubiaceae) and its common congener1
KL Glennon, JT Donaldson, SA Church
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 138 (3), 272-286, 2011
12011
Polyploid speciation in plants: Influences on hybridization and ecological differentiation in the native, perennial herb, Houstonia
KL Glennon
The George Washington University, 2010
12010
Reproductive ecology of the African baobab: Floral features differ among individuals with different fruit production
A Chetty, KL Glennon, SM Venter, GV Cron, ETF Witkowski
Forest Ecology and Management 489, 119077, 2021
2021
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