Jurene Ellen Kemp
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Widespread vulnerability of flowering plant seed production to pollinator declines
JG Rodger, JM Bennett, M Razanajatovo, TM Knight, M van Kleunen, ...
Science Advances 7 (42), eabd3524, 2021
Significant Local-Scale Plant-Insect Species Richness Relationship Independent of Abiotic Effects in the Temperate Cape Floristic Region Biodiversity Hotspot
JE Kemp, AG Ellis
PloS one 12 (1), e0168033, 2017
Dominant pollinators drive non-random community assembly and shared flower colour patterns in daisy communities
JE Kemp, NG Bergh, M Soares, AG Ellis
Annals of botany 123 (2), 277-288, 2019
Invariant antagonistic network structure despite high spatial and temporal turnover of interactions
JE Kemp, DM Evans, WJ Augustyn, AG Ellis
Ecography 40 (11), 1315-1324, 2017
Beta diversity of herbivorous insects is coupled to high species and phylogenetic turnover of plant communities across short spatial scales in the Cape Floristic Region
JE Kemp, HP Linder, AG Ellis
Journal of Biogeography 44 (8), 1813-1823, 2017
Cryptic petal coloration decreases floral apparency and herbivory in nocturnally closing daisies
JE Kemp, AG Ellis
Functional Ecology 33 (11), 2130-2141, 2019
Geographic Mosaics of Fly Pollinators With Divergent Color Preferences Drive Landscape-Scale Structuring of Flower Color in Daisy Communities
AG Ellis, B Anderson, JE Kemp
Frontiers in Plant Science 12, 2021
Pollen dispensing schedules in buzz‐pollinated plants: experimental comparison of species with contrasting floral morphologies
JE Kemp, M Vallejo‐Marín
American Journal of Botany 108 (6), 993-1005, 2021
Untangling mechanisms structuring insect diversity patterns in the Cape Floristic Region: the Restionaceae and their herbivores
JE Kemp
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2014
Reduced visitation to buzz‐pollinated Cyanella hyacinthoides in the presence of other pollen sources in the hyperdiverse Cape Floristic Region
JE Kemp, FJ Telles, M Vallejo‐Marín
Ecology and Evolution 12 (4), e8784, 2022
The influence of pollinators and herbivores on daisy flower colour community assembly patterns, plant species distributions and flower colour evolution in Namaqualand, South Africa
JE Kemp
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2018
Plant–insect diversity relationship of the Cape Restionaceae
JE Kemp, AG Ellis, DM Evans
South African Journal of Botany, 182-183, 2015
Preservation of the natural vegetation of the Cape Floristic Region: challenges as seen by the new generation of Fynbos ecologists
A Grobler, A Beyers, B Mnisi, J Mangachena, J Kemp, P de Abreu, S Hall
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