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Jeff Ollerton
Jeff Ollerton
Visiting Professor at The University of Northampton (UK) and the Kunming Institute of Botany (China)
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How many flowering plants are pollinated by animals?
J Ollerton, R Winfree, S Tarrant
Oikos 120 (3), 321-326, 2011
40132011
Generalization in pollination systems, and why it matters
NM Waser, L Chittka, MV Price, NM Williams, J Ollerton
Ecology 77 (4), 1043-1060, 1996
22531996
Pollinator diversity: distribution, ecological function, and conservation
J Ollerton
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 48, 353-376, 2017
6992017
Plant-pollinator interactions: from specialization to generalization
NM Waser, J Ollerton
University of Chicago Press, 2006
6672006
The city as a refuge for insect pollinators
DM Hall, GR Camilo, RK Tonietto, J Ollerton, K Ahrné, M Arduser, ...
Conservation biology 31 (1), 24-29, 2017
6312017
A global test of the pollination syndrome hypothesis
J Ollerton, R Alarcón, NM Waser, MV Price, S Watts, L Cranmer, ...
Annals of botany 103 (9), 1471-1480, 2009
5432009
Extinctions of aculeate pollinators in Britain and the role of large-scale agricultural changes
J Ollerton, H Erenler, M Edwards, R Crockett
Science 346 (6215), 1360-1362, 2014
4832014
Year‐to‐year variation in the topology of a plant–pollinator interaction network
R Alarcón, NM Waser, J Ollerton
Oikos 117 (12), 1796-1807, 2008
3852008
Multiple meanings and modes: on the many ways to be a generalist flower
J Ollerton, A Killick, E Lamborn, S Watts, M Whiston
Taxon 56 (3), 717-728, 2007
3422007
Reconciling ecological processes with phylogenetic patterns: the apparent paradox of plant--pollinator Systems
J Ollerton
Journal of Ecology 84 (5), 767-769, 1996
3321996
Meta‐analysis of phenotypic selection on flowering phenology suggests that early flowering plants are favoured
MA Munguía‐Rosas, J Ollerton, V Parra‐Tabla, JA De‐Nova
Ecology letters 14 (5), 511-521, 2011
3232011
Relationships between flowering phenology, plant size and reproductive success in Lotus corniculatus (Fabaceae)
J Ollerton, A Lack
Plant ecology 139, 35-47, 1998
2751998
Flowering phenology: an example of relaxation of natural selection?
J Ollerton, AJ Lack
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 7 (8), 274-276, 1992
2671992
Latitudinal trends in plant‐pollinator interactions: are tropical plants more specialised?
J Ollerton, L Cranmer
Oikos 98 (2), 340-350, 2002
2462002
The pollination ecology of an assemblage of grassland asclepiads in South Africa
J Ollerton, SD Johnson, L Cranmer, SAM Kellie
Annals of Botany 92 (6), 807-834, 2003
2352003
Protecting an ecosystem service: approaches to understanding and mitigating threats to wild insect pollinators
RJ Gill, KCR Baldock, MJF Brown, JE Cresswell, LV Dicks, MT Fountain, ...
Advances in ecological research 54, 135-206, 2016
2332016
Landscape structure influences pollinator movements and directly affects plant reproductive success
L Cranmer, D McCollin, J Ollerton
Oikos 121 (4), 562-568, 2012
2262012
Specialization in plant-hummingbird networks is associated with species richness, contemporary precipitation and quaternary climate-change velocity
BO Dalsgaard, E Magård, J Fjeldså, AM Martín González, C Rahbek, ...
PloS one 6 (10), e25891, 2011
1792011
Pollination ecology in the 21st century: key questions for future research
C Mayer, L Adler, WS Armbruster, A Dafni, C Eardley, SQ Huang, ...
Journal of Pollination Ecology 3, 8-23, 2011
1762011
Plant–hummingbird interactions in the West Indies: floral specialisation gradients associated with environment and hummingbird size
B Dalsgaard, AM Martín González, JM Olesen, J Ollerton, A Timmermann, ...
Oecologia 159, 757-766, 2009
1672009
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