Dr Joe Ironside

PhD

Dr Joe Ironside

Senior Lecturer

Senior Lecturer

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Accumulation and exchange of parasites during adaptive radiation in an ancient lakeIronside, J. & Wilkinson, T. 2017 In : International Journal for Parasitology.
Multiple origins of parasitic feminisation: thelygeny and intersexuality in beach-hoppers are caused by paramyxid parasites, not microsporidiaPickup, J. & Ironside, J. 2017 In : Parasitology.
Population genetic structure of the European lobster (Homarus gammarus) in the Irish Sea and implications for the effectiveness of the first British marine protected areaWatson, H., McKeown, N., Coscia, I., Wootton, E. & Ironside, J. 2016 In : Fisheries Research.183, p. 287-2937 p.
Enemy release and genetic founder effects in invasive killer shrimp populations of Great BritainArundell, K., Dunn, A., Alexander, J. L., Shearman, R., Archer, N. L. & Ironside, J. 2015 In : Biological Invasions.17, 5, p. 1439-145113 p.
Microsporidian parasites feminise hosts without paramyxean co-infection: support for convergent evolution of parasitic feminisationIronside, J. & Alexander, J. L. 2015 In : International Journal for Parasitology.45, 6, p. 427-433
Diversity and recombination of dispersed ribosomal DNA and protein coding genes in microsporidiaIronside, J. E. 2013 In : PLoS One.8, 2, e55878
Orthosomella lipae sp. n. (Microsporidia) a parasite of the weevil, Liophloeus lentus Germar, 1824 (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)Ovcharenko, . M. O., Świątek, P., Ironside, J. E. & Skalski, T. 2013 In : Journal of Invertebrate Pathology.112, 1, p. 33-40
Modelled larval dispersal and measured gene flow: seascape genetics of the common cockle Cerastoderma edule in the southern Irish Sea: Conservation GeneticsCoscia, I., Robins, P., Porter, J., Malham, S. & Ironside, J. E. 2012 In : Conservation Genetics.14, 2, p. 1-1616 p.
Should sex ratio distorting parasites abandon horizontal transmission?Ironside, J. E., Smith, J. E., Hatcher, M. J. & Dunn, A. M. 2011 In : BMC Evolutionary Biology.11, 12 p., 370
Genomes and geography: genomic insights into the evolution and phylogeography of the genus SchistosomaLawton, S. P., Hirai, H., Ironside, J. E., Johnston, D. A. & Rollinson, D. 2011 In : Parasites & Vectors.4, 1, p. Paper 131 131
Genetic diversity of the feminising microsporidian parasite Dictyocoela: new insights into host-specificity, sex and phylogeographyWilkinson, T. J., Rock, J., Whiteley, N. M., Ovcharenko, . M. O. & Ironside, J. E. 2011 In : International Journal for Parasitology.41, 9, p. 959-9668 p.
Research-based Residential Fieldwork Learning: Double Bonus?Gamarra, J. G-P., Ironside, J., De Vere, N., Allainguillaume, J. & Wilkinson, M. J. 2010 In : Bioscience Education.16, 1, p. 1-9
No amicable divorce? Challenging the notion that sexual antagonism drives sex chromosome evolutionIronside, J. E. 2010 In : BioEssays.32, 8, p. 718-7269 p.
Cucumispora dikerogammari n. gen. (Fungi: Microsporidia) infecting the invasive amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus: a potential emerging disease in European rivers.Ovcharenko, M. O., Bacela, K., Wilkinson, T., Ironside, J. E., Rigaud, T. & Wattier, R. A. 2010 In : Parasitology.137, 2, p. 191-20414 p.
First record of a Kabatana sp. microsporidium infecting fish in the Atlantic OceanBarber, I., Davies, A. J., Ironside, J. E., Forsgren, E. & Amundsen, T. 2009 In : Diseases of Aquatic Organisms.83, 2, p. 145-1528 p.
Sustainability in bioscience fieldwork: Practical information from a UK agricultural research instituteWright, H. A., Ironside, J. E. & Gwynn-Jones, D. 2009 In : International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education.10, 1, p. 54-6714 p.
Distribution and host range of the microsporidian Pleistophora mulleriIronside, J. E., Wilkinson, T. J. & Rock, J. 2008 In : Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.55, 4, p. 355-3628 p.
The current state of sustainability in bioscience laboratories: a statistical examination of a UK tertiary instituteWright, H. A., Ironside, J. E. & Gwynn-Jones, D. 2008 In : International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education.9, 3, p. 282-29413 p.
A higher-level phylogenetic classification of the FungiHibbett, D. S., Binder, M., Bischoff, J. F., Blackwell, M., Cannon, P. F., Eriksson, O. E., Huhndorf, S., James, T. Y., Kirk, P. M., Lücking, R., Lumbsch, H. T., Lutzoni, F., Matheny, P. B., McLaughlin, D. J., Powell, M. J., Redhead, S., Schoch, C. L., Spatafora, J. W., Stalpers, J. A., Vilgalys, R., Aime, M. C., Aptroot, A., Bauer, R., Begerow, D., Benny, G. L., Castlebury, L. A., Crous, P. W., Dai, Y-C., Gams, W., Geiser, D. M., Griffith, G. W., Gueidan, C., Hawskworth, D. L., Hestmark, G., Hosaka, K., Humber, R. A., Hyde, K. D., Ironside, J. E., Kõljalg, U., Kurtzman, C. P., Larsson, K-H., Lichtwardt, R., Longcore, J. E., Miądlikowska, J., Miller, A., Moncalvo, J-M., Mozley-Standridge, S. E., Oberwinkler, F., Permasto, E. & Reeb, V. 2007 In : Mycological Research.111, 5, p. 509-54739 p.
Multiple losses of sex within a single genus of MicrosporidiaIronside, J. E. 2007 In : BMC Evolutionary Biology.7, 48
Extreme population structure and high interspecific divergence of the Silene Y chromosomeIronside, J. E. & Filatov, D. A. 2005 In : Genetics.171, 2, p. 705-7139 p.
Association with host mitochondrial haplotypes suggests that feminizing microsporidia lack horizontal transmissionIronside, J. E., Dunn, A. M., Rollinson, D. & Smith, J. E. 2003 In : Journal of Evolutionary Biology.16, 6, p. 1077-10837 p.
Two species of feminizing microsporidian parasite coexist in populations of Gammarus duebeniIronside, J. E., Smith, J. E., Hatcher, M. J., Sharpe, R. G., Rollinson, D. & Dunn, A. M. 2003 In : Journal of Evolutionary Biology.p. 467-4737 p.