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Research publications - 4 weeks to 15th November

Posted by John Jackson on Nov 29, 2011 5:08:12 PM

To give an indication of what our scientists and Associates produce, a list of research publications for the 4 Weeks to 15th Nov.  More information on individual scientists and their work is in the staff directory.

 

(Search on the basis of ‘Nat SAME Hist SAME Mus* SAME Lon* Web of Science)

BOTANY

ELLIS, L.T., Asthana, A.K., Sahu, V., Srivastava, A., Bednarek-Ochyra, H., Ochyra, R., Chlachula, J., Colotti, M.T., Schiavone, M.M., Hradilek, Z., Jimenez, M.S., Klama, H., Lebouvier, M., Natcheva, R., Pocs, T., Porley, R.D., Sergio, C., Sim-Sim, M., Smith, V.R., Soderstrom, L., Stefanut, S., Suarez, G.M. & Vana, J. 2011. New national and regional bryophyte records, 28. Journal of Bryology, 33: 237-247. (Core funded)

GUEIDAN, C., Ruibal, C., De Hoog, G.S. & SCHNEIDER, H. 2011. Rock-inhabiting fungi originated during periods of dry climate in the late Devonian and middle Triassic. Fungal Biology, 115(10): 987-996. (Core funded)

KNAPP, S., McNeill, J. & Turland, N.J. 2011. Changes to publication requirements made at the XVIII International Botanical Congress in Melbourne - what does e-publication mean for you? Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 167(2): 133-136. (Core funded)

Machouart, M., GUEIDAN, C., Khemisti, A., Dulongcourty, R., Sudhadham, M. & De Hoog, G.S. 2011. Use of ribosomal introns as new markers of genetic diversity in Exophiala dermatitidis. Fungal Biology, 115(10): 1038-1050. (Core funded)

Rivers, M.C., Taylor, L., BRUMMITT, N.A., Meagher, T.R., Roberts, D.L. & Lughadha, E.N. 2011. How many herbarium specimens are needed to detect threatened species? Biological Conservation, 144(10): 2541-2547. (Core funded)

Sutherland, J.E., Lindstrom, S.C., Nelson, W.A., BRODIE, J., Lynch, M.D.J., Hwang, M.S., Choi, H.G., Miyata, M., Kikuchi, N., Oliveira, M.C., Farr, T., Neefus, C., Mols-Mortensen, A., Milstein, D. & Muller, K.M. 2011. A new look at an ancient order: generic revision of the bangiales (rhodophyta). Journal of Phycology, 47(5): 1131-1151. (Core funded)

WANG, L., Wu, Z.Q., BYSTRIAKOVA, N., ANSELL, S.W., Xiang, Q.P., Heinrichs, J., SCHNEIDER, H. & Zhang, X.C. 2011. Phylogeography of the Sino-Himalayan Fern Lepisorus clathratus on "The Roof of the World". PLoS ONE, 6(9). (PhD Student, Core funded)

ENTOMOLOGY

Fikacek, M., Prokin, A. & ANGUS, R.B. 2011. A long-living species of the hydrophiloid beetles: Helophorus sibiricus from the early Miocene deposits of Kartashevo (Siberia, Russia). Zookeys(130): 239-254. (Scientific Associate)

Gouveia, A.R., Pearce-Kelly, P., QUICKE, D.L.J. & Leather, S.R. 2011. Effects of different calcium concentrations supplemented on the diet of Partula gibba on their morphometric growth parameters, weight and reproduction success. Malacologia, 54(1-2): 139-146. (Core funded (jointly with IC))

GUERRIERI, E., Gitau, C.W., Fletcher, M.J., NOYES, J.S., Dewhurst, C.F. & Gurr, G.M. 2011. Description and biological parameters of Ooencyrtus isabellae Guerrieri and Noyes sp nov (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Encyrtidae), a potential biocontrol agent of Zophiuma butawengi (Heller) (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha: Lophopidae) in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Natural History, 45(43-44): 2747-2755. (Scientific Associate)

HARBACH, R.E. 2011. Classification within the cosmopolitan genus Culex (Diptera: Culicidae): The foundation for molecular systematics and phylogenetic research. Acta Tropica, 120(1-2): 1-14. (Core funded)

KUHLMANN, M. & Proshchalykin, M.Y. 2011. Bees of the genus Colletes Latreille 1802 of the Asian part of Russia, with keys to species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Colletidae). Zootaxa(3068): 1-48. (Core funded)

PAPADOPOULOU, A., Anastasiou, I., Spagopoulou, F., Stalimerou, M., Terzopoulou, S., Legakis, A. & VOGLER, A.P. 2011. Testing the species-genetic diversity correlation in the Aegean archipelago: toward a haplotype-based macroecology? (vol 178, pg 241, 2011) [Correction]. American Naturalist, 178(4): 560-560. (Other (??), Core funded (jointly with IC))

Pham, N.T., BROAD, G.R., Matsumoto, R. & Wagele, W.J. 2011. Revision of the genus Xanthopimpla Saussure (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Pimplinae) in Vietnam, with descriptions of fourteen new species. Zootaxa(3056): 1-67. (Core funded)

Santos, A.M.C. & QUICKE, D.L.J. 2011. Large-scale diversity patterns of parasitoid insects. Entomological Science, 14(4): 371-382. (Core funded (jointly with IC))

THOMPSON, M.J., VANE-WRIGHT, R.I. & TIMMERMANS, M. 2011. Hybrid origins: dna techniques confirm that papilio nandina is a species hybrid (papilionidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists Society, 65(3): 199-201. (PhD student, Scientific Associate, Other (Academic Visitor))

Wu, L.W., LEES, D.C., Yen, S.H., Lu, C.C. & Hsu, Y.F. 2011. The complete mitochondrial genome of the near-threatened swallowtail, agehana maraho (lepidoptera: papilionidae): evaluating sequence variability and suitable markers for conservation genetic studies. Entomological News, 121(3): 267-280. (Scientific Associate)

MINERALOGY

Davison, T.M., Collins, G.S., Elbeshausen, D., Wunnemann, K. & KEARSLEY, A. 2011. Numerical modeling of oblique hypervelocity impacts on strong ductile targets. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 46(10): 1510-1524. (Core funded)

Gutierrez-Alonso, G., Fernandez-Suarez, J., JEFFRIES, T.E., Johnston, S.T., Pastor-Galan, D., Murphy, J.B., Franco, M.P. & Gonzalo, J.C. 2011. Diachronous post-orogenic magmatism within a developing orocline in Iberia, European Variscides. Tectonics, 30. (Core funded)

HOWARD, K.T. 2011. Volatile enhanced dispersal of high velocity impact melts and the origin of tektites. Proceedings of the Geologists Association, 122(3): 363-382. (Externally funded)

VITA-FINZI, C. 2011. Misattributed tsunami: Chile, Sumatra and the subduction model. Proceedings of the Geologists Association, 122(3): 343-346. (Scientific Associate)

PALAEONTOLOGY

Bates, M.R., Corke, B., Parfitt, K. & WHITTAKER, J.E. 2011. A geoarchaeological approach to the evolution of the town and port  of Dover: Prehistoric to Saxon periods (vol 122, pg 157, 2011). Proceedings of the Geologists Association, 122(3): 506-507. (Scientific Associate)

DE GROOTE, I. 2011. The Neanderthal lower arm. Journal of Human Evolution, 61(4): 396-410. (Externally Funded)

Demirel, A., ANDREWS, P., Yalcinkaya, I. & Ersoy, A. 2011. The taphonomy and palaeoenvironmental implications of the small mammals from Karain Cave, Turkey. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38(11): 3048-3059. (Scientific Associate)

Hagino, K., Bendif, E., YOUNG, J.R., Kogame, K., Probert, I., Takano, Y., Horiguchi, T., de Vargas, C. & Okada, H. 2011. New evidence for morphological and genetic variation in the cosmopolitan coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi (prymnesiophyceae) from the COX1b-ATP4 genes. Journal of Phycology, 47(5): 1164-1176. (Core funded)

Higham, T., JACOBI, R., Basell, L., Ramsey, C.B., Chiotti, L. & Nespoulet, R. 2011. Precision dating of the Palaeolithic: A new radiocarbon chronology for the Abri Pataud (France), a key Aurignacian sequence. Journal of Human Evolution, 61(5): 549-563. (other - AHOB Researcher)

HUNTER, A.W., BARRAS, C.G. & Thuy, B. 2011. Online field-guide to fossils: British Middle Jurassic echinoderms. Proceedings of the Geologists Association, 122(3): 501-503. (Other - contract curator and ??)

Jadwiszczak, P. &  CHAPMAN, S.D. 2011. The earliest fossil record of a medium-sized penguin. Polish Polar Research, 32(3): 269-277. (Core funded)

Rae, T.C., Koppe, T. & STRINGER, C.B. 2011. Hyperpneumatized Neanderthals? Reply to Holton et al. (2011). Journal of Human Evolution, 61(5): 628-629. (Core funded)

SENDINO, C., Zagorsek, K. & Vyhlasova, Z. 2011. The aperture and its closure in an Ordovician conulariid. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 56(3): 659-663. (Core funded)

TAYLOR, P.D. & SENDINO, C. 2011. A new hypothesis for the origin of the supposed giant snail Dinocochlea from the Wealden of Sussex, England. Proceedings of the Geologists Association, 122(3): 492-500. (Core funded)

ZAMORA, S., Mayoral, E., Esteve, J., Vintaned, J.A.G. & Santos, A. 2011. Exoskeletal abnormalities in paradoxidid trilobites from the Cambrian of Spain, and a new type of bite trace. Bulletin of Geosciences, 86(3): 665-673. (Scientific Associate)

ZOOLOGY

Bendall, R.P., Barlow, M., BETSON, M., STOTHARD, J.R. & Nejsum, P. 2011. Zoonotic Ascariasis, United Kingdom. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 17(10): 1964-1966. (Externally funded, Core funded)

Chen, R.M., Lin, X.F. & WARREN, A. 2011. A new pleurostomatid ciliate, Amphileptus salignus n. sp (Protozoa, Ciliophora), from mangrove wetlands in southern China. Zootaxa(3048): 62-68. (Core funded)

Chen, Y., Gu, J.J., Zhang, D., Zhu, S.M., Su, H.L., Hu, X.B., Feng, C.L., Zhang, W., Liu, Q.L. & PARKER, A.R. 2011. Tunable three-dimensional ZrO(2) photonic crystals replicated from single butterfly wing scales. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21(39): 15237-15243. (Core funded)

CLAREMONT, M., REID, D.G. & WILLIAMS, S.T. 2011. Evolution of corallivory in the gastropod genus Drupella. Coral Reefs, 30(4): 977-990. (PhD student, Core funded)

Conlan, J.V., Sripa, B., ATTWOOD, S. & Newton, P.N. 2011. A review of parasitic zoonoses in a changing Southeast Asia. Veterinary Parasitology, 182(1): 22-40. (Scientific Associate)

Crainey, J.L., Hurst, J., Basanez, M.G., Lamberton, P., GRIFFIN, C., Cheke, R., Wilson, M. & Post, R. 2011. Simulium damnosum wolbachia (Wsdam) genomes harbor WOcauB2/B3-like bacteriophage. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 16: 202-202. (Core funded)

Kim, K., Lee, W. & HUYS, R. 2011. A new species of Sentiropsis (Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Pseudotachidiidae) from the upper sublittoral zone off Hyeopjae beach, Jeju Island, Korea, and a key to genera of the subfamily Danielsseniinae. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 124(3): 179-197. (Core funded)

RAINBOW, P.S., LUOMA, S.N. & Wang, W.X. 2011. Trophically available metal - A variable feast. Environmental Pollution, 159(10): 2347-2349. (Core funded, Scientific Associate)

RESSURREICAO, M., ROLLINSON, D., EMERY, A.M. & Walker, A.J. 2011. A role for p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase in early post-embryonic development of Schistosoma mansoni. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, 180(1): 51-55. (PhD student, Core funded)

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