Denholm BSc PhD
spent thirty years as an agricultural scientist at Rothamsted Research,
heading their Plant and Invertebrate Ecology Department, while
remaining very active in field botany and within BSBI. As BSBI’s
co-referees for Orchids, Ian and Professor Richard Bateman (Kew) are
the botanical experts to whom the society’s 3,000 members, and the
wider botanical community, turn to for advice on correct identification
of these difficult plants. He now combines a Visiting Scientist role at
Rothamsted with a part-time academic position at the University of
June 2013 Dr. Denholm became the President of the Botanical Society of
the British Isles.
C., Babcock, J.M., Denholm, I., Gorman, K., Thomas, J.D. &
Sparks, T.C. (2013). Cross-resistance relationships of the sulfoximine
insecticide sulfoxaflor with neonicotinoids and other insecticides in
the whiteflies Bemisia
tabaci and Trialerurodes
vaporariorum. Pest Management Science,
I. & Devine, G.J. (2013). Insecticide Resistance.In S. A. Levin
(Ed.), Encyclopedia of
Biodiversity. (2nd edition:
298-307). Academic Press, Waltham, MA.
C., Velioglu, A.S., Gurkan, M.O., Denholm, I. & Moores, G.D.
(2012). Chlorpyrifos ethyl-oxon sensitive and insensitive
acetylcholinesterase variants of greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum
(Westw.) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) from Turkey. Pesticide Biochemistry and
N., Gorman, K., Williamson, M.S. & Denholm, I.
(2012). Mutations in the sodium channel associated with pyrethroid
resistance in the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum.
Management Science, 68(6): 834-838.
N., Williamson, M.S., Denholm, I., Gorman, K., Ffrench-Constant, R.
& Nauen, R. (2012). Resistance to spiromesifen in Trialeurodes vaporariorum
is associated with a single amino acid replacement in its target enzyme
acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase. Insect
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 21(3): 327-334.
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