Corneile Minnaar
Corneile Minnaar
Research Associate, Stellenbosch University
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Stacking the odds: light pollution may shift the balance in an ancient predator–prey arms race
C Minnaar, JG Boyles, IA Minnaar, CL Sole, AE McKechnie
Journal of applied ecology 52 (2), 522-531, 2015
612015
Plant–pollinator interactions along the pathway to paternity
C Minnaar, B Anderson, ML de Jager, JD Karron
Annals of botany 123 (2), 225-245, 2019
292019
Emerging threat of the 21st century lightscape to global biodiversity
EL Koen, C Minnaar, CL Roever, JG Boyles
Global change biology 24 (6), 2315-2324, 2018
142018
Using quantum dots as pollen labels to track the fates of individual pollen grains
C Minnaar, B Anderson
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2019
82019
Intraspecific divergence in floral‐tube length promotes asymmetric pollen movement and reproductive isolation
C Minnaar, ML de Jager, B Anderson
New Phytologist 224 (3), 1160-1170, 2019
52019
A novel pollen-tracking method: using quantum dots as pollen labels
C Minnaar, B Anderson
bioRxiv, 286047, 2018
22018
The functional role of the keel crest in Polygala myrtifolia (Polygalaceae) and its effects on pollinator visitation success
C De Kock, C Minnaar, K Lunau, P Wester, C Verhoeven, MJ Schulze, ...
South African journal of botany 118, 105-111, 2018
12018
Cross-compatibility of five highbush blueberry varieties and ideal crossing combinations
K Martin, C Minnaar, M de Jager, B Anderson
BioRxiv, 742114, 2019
2019
Honey bees, Apis mellifera, are important pollinators of the highbush blueberry variety Ventura despite the inability to sonicate
K Martin, B Anderson, C Minnaar, M De Jager
BioRxiv, 551523, 2019
2019
Novel insights into pollen movement and floral evolution revealed by quantum dots
C Minnaar
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2018
2018
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