Dreyer, LL
Dreyer, LL
Professor of Botany
Verified email at sun.ac.za
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Origin and diversification of the Greater Cape flora: ancient species repository, hot-bed of recent radiation, or both?
GA Verboom, JK Archibald, FT Bakker, DU Bellstedt, F Conrad, LL Dreyer, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51 (1), 44-53, 2009
2122009
Fungal Planet description sheets: 107–127
PW Crous, BA Summerell, RG Shivas, TI Burgess, CA Decock, LL Dreyer, ...
Persoonia: Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi 28, 138, 2012
1482012
Do pollinators influence the assembly of flower colours within plant communities?
ML De Jager, LL Dreyer, AG Ellis
Oecologia 166 (2), 543-553, 2011
732011
Phylogenetic marker development for target enrichment from transcriptome and genome skim data: the pipeline and its application in southern African Oxalis (Oxalidaceae)
R Schmickl, A Liston, V Zeisek, K Oberlander, K Weitemier, SCK Straub, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 16 (5), 1124-1135, 2016
712016
Discovery of fungus-mite mutualism in a unique niche
F Roets, MJ Wingfield, PW Crous, LL Dreyer
Environmental Entomology 36 (5), 1226-1237, 2014
512014
Multiple developmental pathways leading to a single morph: monosulcate pollen (examples from the Asparagales)
L Penet, S Nadot, A Ressayre, A Forchioni, L Dreyer, PH Gouyon
Annals of Botany 95 (2), 331-343, 2005
502005
A plant pathology perspective of fungal genome sequencing
J Aylward, ET Steenkamp, LL Dreyer, F Roets, BD Wingfield, MJ Wingfield
IMA fungus 8 (1), 1-15, 2017
472017
A model of bulb evolution in the eudicot genus Oxalis (Oxalidaceae)
KC Oberlander, E Emshwiller, DU Bellstedt, LL Dreyer
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51 (1), 54-63, 2009
472009
Phylogenetic relationships, character evolution and biogeography of southern African members of Zygophyllum (Zygophyllaceae) based on three plastid regions
DU Bellstedt, L Van Zyl, EM Marais, B Bytebier, CA De Villiers, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 47 (3), 932-949, 2008
472008
Post‐meiotic cytokinesis and pollen aperture pattern ontogeny: comparison of development in four species differing in aperture pattern
A Ressayre, L Dreyer, S Triki‐Teurtroy, A Forchioni, S Nadot
American Journal of Botany 92 (4), 576-583, 2005
452005
Mite-Mediated Hyperphoretic Dispersal of Ophiostoma spp. from the Infructescences of South African Protea spp.
F Roets, PW Crous, MJ Wingfield, LL Dreyer
Environmental entomology 38 (1), 143-152, 2009
422009
Multi-gene phylogeny for Ophiostoma spp. reveals two new species from Protea infructescences
F Roets, ZW de Beer, LL Dreyer, R Zipfel, PW Crous, MJ Wingfield
Studies in Mycology 55, 199-212, 2006
412006
Multi-gene phylogeny for Ophiostoma spp. reveals two new species from Protea infructescences
F Roets, ZW de Beer, LL Dreyer, R Zipfel, PW Crous, MJ Wingfield
Studies in Mycology 55, 199-212, 2006
412006
Phylogenetic comparative analysis of microsporogenesis in angiosperms with a focus on monocots
S Nadot, CA Furness, J Sannier, L Penet, S Triki‐Teurtroy, B Albert, ...
American Journal of Botany 95 (11), 1426-1436, 2008
402008
Ophiostoma gemellus and Sporothrix variecibatus from mites infesting Protea infructescences in South Africa
F Roets, ZW De Beer, MJ Wingfield, PW Crous, LL Dreyer
Mycologia 100 (3), 496-510, 2008
392008
Flowering phenology of South African Oxalis—possible indicator of climate change?
LL Dreyer, KJ Esler, J Zietsman
South African Journal of Botany 72 (1), 150-156, 2006
392006
High ploidy diversity and distinct patterns of cytotype distribution in a widespread species of Oxalis in the Greater Cape Floristic Region
J Krejčíková, R Sudová, M Lučanová, P Trávníček, T Urfus, P Vít, ...
Annals of Botany, 2013
372013
Fungal radiation in the Cape Floristic Region: an analysis based on Gondwanamyces and Ophiostoma
F Roets, MJ Wingfield, PW Crous, LL Dreyer
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51 (1), 111-119, 2009
342009
Subdivision of Pelargonium sect. Cortusina (Geraniaceae)
LL Dreyer, F Albers, JJA Van der Walt, DE Marschewski
Plant systematics and evolution 183 (1), 83-97, 1992
341992
Mites are the most common vectors of the fungus Gondwanamyces proteae in Protea infructescences
F Roets, MJ Wingfield, BD Wingfield, LL Dreyer
Fungal Biology 115 (4-5), 343-350, 2011
332011
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