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Dr Martin Ingrouille

BSc, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Biology
Programme Director, Combined Undergraduate Degrees

Contact details

tel: +44 (0)20 7631-6333
fax: +44 (0)20 7631-6246
email: m.ingrouille@bbk.ac.uk

Room 362, Department of Biological Sciences, main building, Malet Street, London

About Dr Martin Ingrouille

Research interests

  • Plant Systematics, including: alpha taxonomy,numerical taxonomy and cladistics, molecular systematics,biosystematics

    Research in the following genera:

    • Briza
    • Thlaspi
    • Acacia
    • Salicornia
    • Striga
    • Limonium
    • Pogostemon

Publications

  • Books

    • (1995) A Historical Ecology of the British Flora. Chapman and Hall, London.
    • (1992) The Diversity and Evolution of Land Plants. Chapman and Hall, London.

    Journal articles

    • with H. Dawson (1994) A biometric survey of Limonium vulgare Miller and L. humile Miller in the British Isles. Watsonia, 20.
    • with M. Kordofani (1991) Patterns of morphological variation in the Acacia species (Mimosaceae) of northern Sudan, Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 105: 239-256.
    • (1990) The pattern of variation in the Salicornia dolichostachya Moss group. from different sites in southern England. (with J. Pearson & D.C. Havill). Acta Botanica Neerlandica 39(3): 263-273.
    • with G.J. King (1987) DNA base composition heterogeneity in the grass genus Briza L. Genome 29(4): 621-626.
    • with N. Smirnoff (1986) Thlaspi caerulescens J. & C. Presl. (T.alpestre L.) in Britain. New Phytologist, 102: 219-233.

    Conference papers

    • with K. Shawe (1993) Isoenzyme analysis demonstrates host selection of parasite pathotypes in the association between cowpea and Striga gesneriodes. Proceedings of the Brighton Crop Protection Conference, 919-924.