Distribution and transmission of Phytophthora austrocedri Providing research support
- Developing methods to determine the mechanisms of spread of P. austrocedri from outbreaks throughout Scotland.
- Developing baiting techniques for P. austrocedri.
Piotrowska, M. J., Riddell, C., Hoebe, P. N. and Ennos, R. A. (), Planting exotic relatives has increased the threat posed by Dothistroma septosporum to the Caledonian pine populations of Scotland. Evol Appl. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/eva.12562
Piotrowska, M. J., Ennos, R. A., Riddell, C. and Hoebe, P. N. (2017), Fungicide sensitivity of Dothistroma septosporum isolates in the UK. For. Path., 47: n/a, e12314. doi:10.1111/efp.12314
Carolyn E Riddell, Juan D Lobaton Garces, Sally Adams, Seth M Barribeau, David Twell and Eamonn B Mallon, (2014) Differential gene expression and alternative splicing in insect immune specificity, BMC Genomics 2014 15:1031Riddell CE, Sumner S, Adams S, Mallon EB, (2011) Pathways to immunity: temporal dynamics of the bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) immune response against a trypanosomal gut parasite, Insect Molecular Biology, Aug;20(4):529-40
Carolyn Riddell, Sally Adams, Paul Schmid-Hempel , Eamonn B Mallon, (2009), Differential expression of immune defences is associated with specific host-parasite interactions in insects, PLoS ONE 4(10): e7621
Riddell CE, Mallon EB, (2006) Insect psychoneuroimmunology: Immune response reduces learning in protein starved bumblebees (Bombus terrestris), Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, Mar;20(2):135-8