CURRICULUM VITAE

                              Dr Nigel Hywel Jones

PERSONAL DETAILS

Name:                   Nigel Lesl...
Biodiversity of Japanese insect fungi (with F. Ihara)
                Biodiversity of Australian insect fungi (with R. S...
allows my team to make primary isolations in the tropics under field conditions. Consequently, I
have built one of the lar...
Osaka University, Japan:
              •An introduction to the insect fungi; 2004


OTHER ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Honorary Rese...
OVERSEAS RESEARCH VISITS
Consultancy for Sime Darby Plantations on insect pathogenic fungi (Malaysia – March, 1986).
Ric...
Awarded: July, 1997 - Liverpool John Moores University

Sureewan Mekkamol - Royal Project, Chiang Mai, Thailand
NCGEB, Chi...
infection of Simulium by Erynia conica. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 86,
393-399.
3.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. &...
pathogenic on scale-insects. Mycologia 90, 36-36.
25.HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Goos, R.D. & Jones, E.B.G. (1998). Hirsutella petc...
Fungal Diversity 10, 131-139.
45.Desjardin, D.E., Boonpratuang, T. and HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2002). An accounting of
the worl...
63.IIsaka, M., Palasarn, S., Kocharin, K. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2007) Comparison of
the bioactive secondary metabolites fro...
1.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1995). Tropical mycology in Thailand. The Mycologist
9(2), 86.

2.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1996). BIOTEC cu...
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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Dr Nigel Hywel Jones PERSONAL DETAILS Name: Nigel Leslie Hywel-Jones Date of Birth: 20 October 1958 Age: 51 Nationality: British Place of birth: Crosby, Liverpool HIGHER EDUCATION Liverpool Polytechnic (1977-1981) BSc (Hons) in Applied Biology Upper Second Class (2:1) POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION NERC/CASE Research Studentship: Exeter University and Freshwater Biological Association - Wareham. October 1981 - October 1984. PhD Title: The infection of Simuliidae (Diptera) by Erynia conica (Nowak.) Remaudière & Hennebert. Supervision by: Professor John Webster (Exeter) and Dr Mike Ladle (FBA) Degree Awarded: PhD - November, 1984. POST-DOCTORAL EXPERIENCE October, 1984 to December, 1985: Short term grants at Exeter University for: •Continued study of Erynia conica in preparation for post-doctoral grant application to Bath University •Collection, isolation and culture of endophytic fungi from salt marsh plants (with P.J. Fisher and O. Petrini) •Separation of ecdysteroids (insect juvenile hormones) from insect eggs (with L. Dinan) EMPLOYMENT HISTORY September, 2009-present: On secondment to Bhutan for two years. January, 1993 to September 2009: Research Mycologist, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (BIOTEC) - Bangkok, Thailand. From 1993 to the present my main activity was establishing a Fungal Biodiversity Laboratory for BIOTEC. This has grown from four working on insect fungi to a multi-national, multi-disciplinary team of more than twenty. Major project areas and foreign collaborations include: •Insect fungi Cordyceps (with J.I. Mitchell, R.A. Samson, J. Spatafora & T. Schumacher) Hyperdermium and Polycephalomyces (with J.F. White) Hypocrella and Phytocordyceps (with J. Spatafora) Paecilomyces/Isaria (with R.A. Samson) Cordyceps sinensis (with Tshitila) Anti Microbial Peptides of insect fungi (with L. Lange) Ant-fungus evolution (with D. Hughes) 1
  2. 2. Biodiversity of Japanese insect fungi (with F. Ihara) Biodiversity of Australian insect fungi (with R. Shivas) •Freshwater fungi (with J. Campbell, E. Descals, R. Goos, L. Marvanová & C. Shearer) •Seed-associated fungi (with E.B.G. Jones & M. Réblová) •Coprophilous fungi •Xylariaceae (with A.J.S. Whalley, T. Læssøe & I. Okane) •Marasmius and Mycena (with D.E. Desjardin) •Coelomycetes (with E.B.G. Jones) •Marine fungi (with E.B.G. Jones) •Thermophilous/Eurotialean Paecilomyces (with R.A. Samson) To help further Thai mycology I was instrumental in bringing foreign expertise into the laboratory for periods of a week upwards. Visitors include: •Emeritus Professor R. Bandoni, Basidiomycetes •Professor D.E. Desjardin, Basidiomycetes •Emeritus Professor E. Horak, Basidiomycetes •Dr D. Hughes, Evolution •Dr F. Ihara, Biocontrol •Dr E.B.G. Jones, Marine and freshwater fungi •Dr T. Læssøe, Xylariales •Dr J.I. Mitchell, Phylogenetic analysis •Dr I. Okane, Xylariales •Professor D. Pfister, Discomycetes and herbarium development •Dr M. Réblová, Ascomycetes •Dr R.A. Samson, Paecilomyces and penicillia •Dr G.J. Samuels, Hypocreales •Professor T. Schumacher, Discomycetes •Professor J. Spatafora, Cordyceps •Professor A.J.S. Whalley, Xylariales Apart from these visitors to my laboratory collaborations have also been made with: •Professor Koos Boomsma - Denmark •Dr J. Campbell - USA •Dr E. Descals - Spain •Dr H.C. Evans – UK •Dr T. Glare – New Zealand •Dr R. Goos - USA •Dr R.A. Humber - USA •Dr K.D. Hyde – Hong Kong •Dr F. Ihara - Japan •Dr L. Lange - Denmark •Dr L. Marvanová – Czech Republic •Dr R. Milner - Australia •Dr R.I. Samuels - Brazil •Dr C. Shearer – USA •Dr R. Shivas - Australia •Dr L. Vrijmoed – Hong Kong •Emeritius Professor J. Webster - UK •Professor J. White - USA I initiated the BIOTEC Mycology Laboratory. From starting with an empty laboratory I have overseen the establishment of a fully equipped facility. I developed a mobile laboratory which 2
  3. 3. allows my team to make primary isolations in the tropics under field conditions. Consequently, I have built one of the largest collections of insect fungi in the world (over 3000 isolates representing ca. 180 taxa). The Mycology Laboratory has contributed over 10,000 pure isolates of fungi to the BIOTEC Culture Collection. This living collection is backed up with a herbarium of over 15,000 accessions in the last 15 years. With the development of other project areas in the last few years the BIOTEC herbarium has over 20,000 accessions and work is progressing to have these fully inventoried. I pioneered the development of a computerised inventory system (initially using Borland Paradox and later Microsoft Access). This system was later used as the basis for establishing a custom-built database capable of handling Roman and Thai script. October, 1988 - December, 1992: Research Mycologist: Xenova Ltd. / National Research Council of Thailand. Research: Collection, isolation and taxonomy of insect fungi. December, 1985 - September, 1988: Higher Scientific Officer at the Glasshouse Crops Research Institute - Littlehampton. Research: The control of the Rice Brown Planthopper using entomogenous fungi. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Exeter University, United Kingdom: •Freshwater Biology; 1981-1985 •Field Studies: Freshwater Habitats; 1982 Salt Marshes; 1982-1985 Chalk Grasslands; 1984-1985 Sand Dunes; 1983-1985 •Plants useful to Man; 1985 •Biometry/statistics; 1983-1985 •Microbes; 1981-1985 •Plant Structure and Function; 1982-1985 •Ecology Tutorial classes; 1982-1984 •Freshwater Ecology lectures; 1984 •Entomopathogenic fungi lectures; 1985 Kasetsart University, Thailand: •Seminars in Biological Control using Insect Fungi; 1992 •Graduate project supervision; 1992-1995. Other University Teaching Experience in Thailand: Research seminars have been presented on a range of topics to MSc and BSc students at: •Chulalongkorn University •Mahidol University •Khon Kaen University •Prince of Songkhla University Subject areas covered in seminars include: General fungal taxonomy Insect pathogenic fungi The Clavicipitaceae The history of taxonomy Carl Linnaeus and the Systema Naturae Darwin’s Origin of Species and Christianity Scientific philosophy and religion Biological control 3
  4. 4. Osaka University, Japan: •An introduction to the insect fungi; 2004 OTHER ACADEMIC POSITIONS Honorary Research Fellowship: Department of Biological Sciences, University of Exeter, 1985-1988. Collaborator on NERC Post-doctoral Fellowship - Bath University, 1986-1989. Subject: The ecological physiology and biochemistry of conidial formation in Entomophthoraceae and its relationship to epizootic development. WORKSHOPS 1. Clavicipitaceae and anamorphic fungi - Bangkok, Thailand: K. Tubaki & N.L. Hywel-Jones, March 1995 2. Field Mycology - Chiang Mai, Thailand: R. Watling, A.J.S. Whalley, N.L. Hywel-Jones & E.B.G Jones, September 1996 3. Field Mycology - Sakieo, Thailand: A.J.S. Whalley, R. Bandoni & N.L. Hywel-Jones, June 1996 4. Hypocreales and Herbaria - Bangkok, Thailand: G.J. Samuels, D. Pfister & N.L. Hywel-Jones, July 1997 5. Trichoderma and related genera - Bangkok, Thailand: G.J. Samuels, N.L. Hywel-Jones & K. Seifert, September 2001 6. Insect Pathogenic Fungi – Khon Kaen, Thailand: N.L. Hywel-Jones, August 2002 7. Food and Airborne Fungi – Bangkok, Thailand: R.A. Samson, E. Hoekstra, J. Houbraken, N.L. Hywel-Jones, L. Manoch & T. Nakase, November 2002 8. Latin American Symposium on Entomopathogenic fungi and nematodes – Campos, Brazil: R.J. Stuart, E.E. Lewis, R.I. Samuels & N.L. Hywel-Jones, August 2003 9. Coelomycetes workshop – Brisbane, Australia: R. Shivas, N.L. Hywel-Jones & I. Pascoe, September 2004 10. Insect fungus workshop – Bangkok and Khao Yai, Thailand: N.L. Hywel-Jones, J. Spatafora, J.J.D. Luangsa-ard & S. Mongkolsamrit, August 2005 11. Food and Airborne Fungi – Bangkok, Thailand: R.A. Samson, J. Houbraken, N.L. Hywel- Jones & J.J.D. Luangsa-ard, November 2005 12. Cordyceps sinensis stakeholder meeting – Thimphu, Bhutan: N.L. Hywel-Jones, P. Cannon, May 2006 13. Insect fungus workshop – Cairns, Australia: N.L. Hywel-Jones, August 2006 14. Cordyceps sinensis workshop – Thimphu and Bumthang, Bhutan: N.L. Hywel-Jones and P. Cannon, November 2007. 4
  5. 5. OVERSEAS RESEARCH VISITS Consultancy for Sime Darby Plantations on insect pathogenic fungi (Malaysia – March, 1986). Rice Brown Planthopper control trials (Solomon Islands – April, 1986). Rice Brown Planthopper control trials (Thailand - January – March, 1987 and October – December, 1987). Recollection of insect fungi from the sites of Yosio Kobayasi with Rungtip Nasit (Japan – August, 2000). Survey of Cordyceps sinensis from Bhutan (Bhutan – May, 2002) Survey of insect fungi from the Amazon (Brazil – August, 2003) Novel media development for insect fungi (Japan – January-April, 2004) Survey of the medicinal Cordyceps sinensis from Bhutan (Bhutan – July/August, 2004) Collection and isolation of insect fungi from Japan (Japan – October, 2004) Survey of insect fungi of Queensland, Australia (Australia – March, 2005) Survey of the medicinal Cordyceps sinensis from Bhutan (Bhutan – June/July, 2005) Survey of insect fungi of Queensland, Australia with Rungtip Nasit (Australia – March, 2006) Survey of the medicinal Cordyceps sinensis from Bhutan (Bhutan – May/June, 2006) Survey of insect fungi of Queensland, Australia with Rungtip Nasit (Australia – April, 2007) Survey of insect fungi of Iran (June, 2007) Survey of the medicinal Cordyceps sinensis from Bhutan (Bhutan – June/July, 2007) Survey of insect fungi of Bhutan (Bhutan – October, 2007) Taxonomy of new Cordyceps species of Bhutan (Bhutan – March, 2008) Survey of the medicinal Cordyceps sinensis from Bhutan (Bhutan – June/July, 2008) Survey of insect fungi of Bhutan (Bhutan – July, 2008) MSc SUPERVISION Plearnpit Lutthisungneon: NCGEB, King Mongkhut Institute of Technology, Thonburi. Subject: Fatty Acid Analysis of Aschersonia spp. Awarded: (May, 1999) Jariya Sakayaroje: Prince of Songkhla University, Hat Yai, Songkhla. Subject: Freshwater Aquatic Fungi of southern Thailand. Awarded: (June, 2000) Tin Tin Hlaing: Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. Subject: Chitinase enzymes of insect fungi. Awarded: (February, 2001) Warocha Sricharoen: Prince of Songkhla University, Hat Yai, Songkhla. Subject: Insect- pathogenic Aschersonia. Awarded: (not submitted) Apinya Wongkaeo: Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen. Subject: Insect-pathogenic fungi of Nam Nao National Park. Awarded: (April, 2002) Sirinat Srichan: Prince of Songkhla University, Hat Yai. Subject: Problematic Hypocrella. Awarded: (June, 2003) Nattuwat Boonyuen: Mahidol University, Bangkok. Subject: Phylogenetics of freshwater anamorph fungi. Awarded: (March, 2005) PhD SUPERVISION Surang Thienhirun - Royal Forest Department, Thailand NCGEB, Royal Forest Department and Liverpool John Moores University. Subject: The Xylariaceae of Thailand 5
  6. 6. Awarded: July, 1997 - Liverpool John Moores University Sureewan Mekkamol - Royal Project, Chiang Mai, Thailand NCGEB, Chiang Mai University and Liverpool John Moores University. Subject: Endophytic fungi of natural and commercial teak Awarded: October, 1998 - Liverpool John Moores University Suparp Artjariyasripong - TISTR-MIRCEN, Thailand NCGEB, MIRCEN-TISTR and Portsmouth University. Subject: Molecular studies on insect pathogenic fungi from Thailand Awarded: May, 1999 - Portsmouth University Somsak Sivichai - Portsmouth University, UK NCGEB, Portsmouth University, City University - Hong Kong. Subject: Freshwater aquatic ascomycetes of Thailand. Awarded: February, 2000 - Portsmouth University Apiridee Pilantanapak - Buraphar University NCGEB, Buraphar University, Portsmouth University, City University - Hong Kong. Subject: Marine fungi of Thailand Awarded: December, 2003 - Portsmouth University Sayanh Somrithipol – Kasetsart University NCGEB, Kasetsart University Subject: Fungi associated with seeds in natural forest Awarded: April, 2005 - Kasetsart University Narumol Plaingam - King Mongkut University of Technology NCGEB, KMUTT Subject: Coelomycete ultrastructure. Awarded: May, 2003 - KMUTT Wipapat Kladwang – Mahidol University NCGEB, Novozymes, Mahidol University Subject: Enzymes of alkaline-tolerant fungi Awarded: May 2003 – Mahidol University Jennifer Luangsa-ard - Kasetsart University NCGEB, Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures Subject: Thermophilous and mesophilous Paecilomyces and penicillia Awarded: August, 2003 - Kasetsart University MAJOR WORKS PUBLISHED Note: Papers (publications 33, 41, 43 & 44) were published without my knowledge or permission. 1.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Ladle, M. (1986). Oviposition behaviour of Simulium argyreatum and S. variegatum and its relationship to infection by Erynia conica. Freshwater Biology 16, 397-403. 2.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Webster, J. (1986). A scanning electron microscope study of the 6
  7. 7. infection of Simulium by Erynia conica. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 86, 393-399. 3.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Webster, J. (1986). The mode of infection of Simulium by Erynia conica. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 87, 381-387. 4.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Gillespie, A.T. (1990). Effect of temperature on spore germination in Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana. Mycological Research 94, 389-392. 5.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Evans, H.C. (1993). Taxonomy and ecology of Hypocrella discoidea and its anamorph, Aschersonia samoensis. Mycological Research 97, 871-876. 6.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1993). Torrubiella luteorostrata (Ascomycotina: Clavicipitales): a pathogen of scale insects and its association with Paecilomyces cinnamomeus with a note on Torrubiella tenuis. Mycological Research 96, 1126-1130. 7.Jones, E.B.G., Whalley, A.J.S. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1994). A fungus foray to Chiang Mai market in Northern Thailand. The Mycologist 8, 87-90. 8.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1994). Cordyceps khaoyaiensis and Cordyceps pseudomilitaris, two new pathogens of lepidopteran larvae from Thailand. Mycological Research 98, 939-942. 9.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1995). Cordyceps sphecocephala and a Hymenostilbe sp. infecting wasps and bees in Thailand. Mycological Research 99, 154-158. 10.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1995). Torrubiella iriomoteana from scale insects in Thailand and a new related species Torrubiella siamensis with notes on their respective anamorphs. Mycological Research 99, 330-332. 11.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1995). Cordyceps nutans and its anamorph, a pathogen of Hemipteran bugs in Thailand. Mycological Research 99, 724-726. 12.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Sivichai, S. (1995). Cordyceps cylindrica and its association with Nomuraea atypicola in Thailand. Mycological Research 99, 809-812. 13.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1995). Cordyceps brunneapunctata sp. nov. infecting beetle larvae (Coleoptera: Elateridae) in Thailand. Mycological Research 99, 1195-1198. 14.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1995). Hymenostilbe ventricosa sp. nov. a pathogen of cockroaches in Thailand. Mycological Research 99, 1201-1204. 15.Whalley, A.J.S., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Jones, E.B.G. & Whalley, M.A. (1995). A preliminary account of the genera Biscogniauxia and Hypoxylon in the Chantaburi and Chon Buri Provinces of South East Thailand. Sydowia 47, 70-81. 16.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1996). Cordyceps myrmecophila-like fungi infecting ants in the leaf litter of tropical forest in Thailand. Mycological Research 100, 613-619. 17.HYWEL -JONES, N.L. (1996). The genus Akanthomyces on spiders in Thailand. Mycological Research 100, 1065-1070. 18.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1996). The development of a specialised collection of invertebrate pathogenic fungi for Thailand: A review. In eds Samson, R.A., Stalpers, J.A., van der Mei, D & Stouthamer, A.H. Culture collections to improve the quality of life pp. 178-184. 19.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1997). Torrubiella petchii, a new species of scale insect pathogen from Thailand. Mycological Research 101, 143-145. 20.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1997). The biological diversity of invertebrate pathogenic fungi. In ed. Hyde, K.D Biodiversity of tropical microfungi, pp. 107-118. 21.Evans, H.C. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1997). Entomopathogenic fungi. In : Soft Scale Insects - Their Biology, Natural Enemies and Control Vol. 7B (eds. Y. Ben-Dov & C. J. Hodgson), pp.3-27.Elsevier Science B.V.: Amsterdam. 22.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1997) Hirsutella species associated with hoppers (Homoptera) in Thailand. Mycological Research 101, 1202-1206. 23.HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Evans, H.C. & Jun, Y. (1997). Torrubiella hemipterigena infecting hoppers (Homoptera) in Thailand. Mycological Research 101, 1242-1246. 24.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Samuels, G.J. (1998). Three large species of Hypocrella 7
  8. 8. pathogenic on scale-insects. Mycologia 90, 36-36. 25.HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Goos, R.D. & Jones, E.B.G. (1998). Hirsutella petchabunensis sp. nov. from Thailand, with a Helicoma anamorph. Mycological Research 102 577-581. 26.Sivichai, S., Goh, T.K., Hyde, K.D. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1998). The genus Brachydesmiella from submerged wood in the tropics, including a new species and a new combination. Mycoscience 39, 239-247. 27.Sivichai, S., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Jones, E.B.G. (1998). Lignicolous freshwater Ascomycota from Thailand: I. Ascotaiwania sawada and its anamorph state Monotosporella. Mycoscience 39, 307-311. 28.Jones, E.B.G., Wong, S.W., Sivichai, S., Au, D. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1999). Lignicolous freshwater Ascomycota from Thailand: II Micropeltopsis quinquecladiopsis sp. nov. (Dothideales: Trichothyriaceae). Mycological Research 103, 729-735. 29.Sivichai, S. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1999). Biflagellospora (aero-aquatic hyphomycetes) from submerged wood in Thailand. Mycological Research 103, 908-914. 30.Marvanová, L. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2000). Sigmoidea contorta sp. nov. and two rare species from waters in Thailand. Cryptogamie Mykologie 21, 13-26. 31.Sivichai, S., HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Somrithipol, S. (2000). Lignicolous freshwater Ascomycota from Thailand: Melanochaeta and Sporoschisma anamorphs. Mycological Research 104, 478-485. 32.Desjardin, D., Boontratuang, T., Ruksawong, P. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2000). A new species of Incrustocalyptella from Thailand. Fungal Diversity 4, 75-79. 33.Sivichai, S., Jones, E.B.G., & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2000). Fungal colonisation of wood in a freshwater stream at Khao Yai National Park, Thailand. Fungal Diversity 5, 71-88. 34.Sullivan, R.F., Bills, G.F., HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & White, J.F. (2000). Hyperdermium: a new clavicipitalean genus for some tropical epibionts of dicotyledonous plants. Mycologia 92, 908–918. 35.Lertwerawat, Y., Plaingam, N., Pongphanumaporn, P., Jaturapat, A., Tanticharoen, M. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2000). The physiological differences between C. pseudomilitaris and C. militaris. Journal of the National Research Council of Thailand 32, 150-163. 36.Jaturapat, A., Isaka, M., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Lertwerawat, Y., Kamchonwongpaisan, S., Kirtikara, K., Tanticharoen, M. & Thebtaranonth, Y. (2001). Bioxanthracenes from the insect pathogenic fungus Cordyceps pseudomilitaris BCC1620. 1. Taxonomy, fermentation, isolation and antimalarial activity. Journal of Antibiotics 54, 29-35. 37.Baroni, T.S., Desjardin, D.E. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2001). Clitopilus chalybescens, a new species from Thailand. Fungal Diversity 6, 13-17. 38.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2001). A review of pathogenic Clavicipitaceae of Thailand, p 34-41. In V. Baimai and R. Kumhom (ed.), BRT Research Reports 2001, Biodiversity Research and Training Program. Jirawat Express Co., Bangkok. 39.Artjariyasripong, S., Mitchell, J.I., HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Jones, E.B.G. (2001). Relationship of the genus Cordyceps, and related genera, based on parsimony and spectral analysis of partial 18S and 28S ribosomal gene sequences. Mycoscience 42, 507-521. 40. HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2002). Whole ascospores and part-spores in the megagenus Cordyceps. Mycological Research 105, 3-4. 41.Sivichai, S., Jones, E.B.G. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2002). Lignicolous freshwater higher fungi with reference to their teleomorph and anamorph stages. Tropical Mycology, volume 2 Micromycetes, 41-49. 42.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2002). The importance of invertebrate-pathogenic fungi from the tropics. Tropical Mycology, volume 2 Micromycetes, 133-144. 43.Sivichai, S., Jones, E.B.G. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2002). Fungal colonisation of wood in a freshwater stream at Tad Tha Phu, Khao Yai National Park, Thailand. Fungal Diversity 10, 113-129. 44.Somrithipol, S., Jones, E.B.G & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2002). Fungal diversity and succession on pods of Delonix regia (Leguminosae) exposed in a tropical forest in Thailand. 8
  9. 9. Fungal Diversity 10, 131-139. 45.Desjardin, D.E., Boonpratuang, T. and HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2002). An accounting of the worldwide members of Mycena sect. Longisetae. Fungal Diversity 11: 69-85. 46.Desjardin, D.E., Boonpratuang, .T, and HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2003). New spinose species of Mycena in sections Basipedes and Polyapelphia from Thailand. Fungal Diversity 12, 7-17. 47.Watts, P, Kittakoop, P., Veeranondha, S., Wanasith, S., Thongwichian, R., Saisaha, P., Intamas, S & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2003). Cytotoxicity against insect cells of entomopathogenic fungi of the genera Hypocrella (anamorph Aschersonia): possible agents for biological control. Mycological Research 107, 581-586. 48.Kladwang, W., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Lange, L., Bhumirattana A., Flegel, T.W. & Meevusithom, V. (2003). Alkaline fungi from Thailand. Fungal Diversity 13, 69-84. 49.Bischoff, J.F., Struwe, L., White, J.F. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2003). Resurrection of Blistum tomentosum and its exclusion from Polycephalomyces based on28S rDNA sequence data. Mycotaxon 86, 433-444. 50.Sivichai, S., Jones, E.B.G. and HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2003). Lignicolous freshwater Ascomycota from Thailand: Hymenoscyphus varicosporoides and its Tricladium anamorph. Mycologia 95, 340-346. 51.White, J.F., Bacon, C.W. HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Spatafora, J.W. (editors) (2003). Clavicipitalean fungi: Evolutionary biology, chemistry, biocontrol and cultural impacts. Marcel Dekker Inc. 52.White, J.F., Bacon, C.W., HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Spatafora, J.W. (2003). Historical perspectives: Human interactions with clavicipitalean fungi. Clavicipitalean fungi: Evolutionary biology, chemistry, biocontrol and cultural impacts. J. F. White, C. W. Bacon, N. L. Hywel- Jones and J. W. Spatafora. New York, Marcel Dekker Inc. 1-17. 53.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2003). Cordyceps sinensis: The biology, ecology and economics of destructive, illegal collecting. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Medicinal Mushrooms (InCoMM) 2003: from traditional knowledge to modern biotechnology and the international conference on biodiversity and bioactive compounds (InCoBB) pp. 49-53. 54.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2004). The relationship between Cordyceps and Beauveria. Laimburg Journal 1, 209-304. 55.Luangsa-ard, J.J.D., Manoch, L., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Artjariyasripong, S. & Samson, R.A. (2004). Thermotolerant and thermoresistant Paecilomyces and its teleomorphic states isolated from Thai forest and mountain soils. Kasetsart Journal (Natural Sciences) 37, 1-8. 56.Luangsa-ard, J.J. HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Samson, R.A. (2004). The order level polyphyletic nature of Paecilomyces sensu lato as revealed through 18S-generated rRNA phylogeny. Mycologia, 96, 773-780. 57.Crous, P.W., Groenewald, J.Z., Risède, J.-M., Simoneau, P. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2004). Calonectria species and their Cylindrocladium anamorphs: species with sphaeropedunculate vesicles. Studies in Mycology 50, 415-430. 58.Stensrud, Ø, Schumacher, T. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2005). Towards a phylogenetic classification of Cordyceps: ITS nrDNA sequence data confirm divergent lineages and paraphyly. Mycological Research 109, 41-56. 59.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2005). A tribute to John Webster: holomycologist extraordinaire. Mycological Research 109: 513-515. 60.Luangsa-ard, J.J. HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Samson, R.A. (2005). On the relationships of Paecilomyces species in the section Isarioidea. Mycological Research 109, 581-589. 61.Wongsa, P., Tasanatai, K., Watts, P. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2005). Methodology developed for isolation and in vitro cultivation of the insect pathogenic fungus Cordyceps unilateralis. Mycological Research 109, 936-940. 62.HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Isaka, M., Kirtikara, K., Kittakoop, P. & Thebtaranonth, Y. (2005). Bioactive substances from insect pathogenic fungi. Accounts of Chemical Research 38: 813-823. 9
  10. 10. 63.IIsaka, M., Palasarn, S., Kocharin, K. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2007) Comparison of the bioactive secondary metabolites from the scale insect pathogens, anamorph Paecilomyces cinnamomeus and teleomorph Torrubiella luteorostrata. Journal of Antibiotics 60: 577-581. 64.Sung, G-H., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Sung, J-M, Luangsa-ard, J.J., Shrestha, B., Spatafora, J.W. (2007). Phylogenetic classification of Cordyceps and the clavicipitaceous fungi. Studies in Mycology 57: 5-59. 65.Spatafora, J.W., Sung, G-H., Sung, J-M., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., White, J.F. Jr. (2007). Phylogenetic evidence for an animal pathogen origin for ergot and the grass endophytes. Molecular Ecology 16: 1701–1711. 66.Sung, G-H., Sung, J-M., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Spatafora, J.W. (2007). A multi-gene phylogeny of Clavicipitaceae (Ascomycota, Fungi): Identification of localized incongruence using a combinational bootstrap approach. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44: 1204-1223. 67.Luangsa-ard, J.J., Mongkolsamrit, S., Tasanatai, K. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2007). Atlas of Invertebrate Pathogenic Fungi Volume 1 68.Okane, I., Srikitikulchai, P., Toyama, K., Læssøe, T., Sivichai, S., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Nakagiri, A., Potacharoen, W., Suzuki, K. (2008). Study of endophytic Xylariaceae in Thailand: diversity and taxonomy inferred from rDNA sequence analyses with saprobes forming fruit bodies in the field. Mycoscience 49: 359-372. 69.Johnson, D., Sung, G-H., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Luangsa-ard, J.J., Bischoff, J.F., Keplar, R.M. & Spatafora, J.W. (2009). Systematics and evolution of the genus Torrubiella (Hypocreales, Ascomycota). Mycological Research (in press). 70.Luangsa-ard, J.J., Mongkolsamrit, S., Tasanatai, K. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2008). Atlas of Invertebrate Pathogenic Fungi Volume 2. 71.Pontoppidan, M-B, Himaman, Boomsma, J.J. Hughes, D.P. (2009). Graveyards on the move: The spatio-temporal distribution of dead Ophiocordyceps-infected ants. PloS One 4(3): e4835. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0004835. 72.Hughes, D.P., Evans, H.C., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Boomsma, J.J. & Armitage, S.A.O. (2009). Novel fungal disease in complex leaf-cutting ant societies. Ecological Entomology 34: 214-220. 73.Isaka, M., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Sappan, M., Mongkolsamrit, S. Saidaengkham, S. (2009) Hopane triterpenes as chemotaxonomic markers for the scale insect pathogens Hypocrella s. lat. and Aschersonia. Mycological Research 113: 491-497. 74.Andersen, S.B., Gerritsma, S., Yusah, K.M., Mayntz, D., HYWEL-JONES, N.L., Billen, J., Boomsma, J.J., Hughes, D.P. (2009). The life of a dead ant - the expression of an adaptive extended phenotype. The American Naturalist 174: 424-433. 75.Mongkolsamrit, S., Luangsa-ard, J.J., Sung, Spatafora, J.W., G-H. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2009). A combined ITS rDNA and β-tubulin phylogeny of Thai species of Hypocrella with non-fragmenting ascospores. Mycological Research 113: 684-699. 76.Bunyapaiboonsri, T., Yoiprommarat, S., Rachtawee, P. HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Isaka, M. (2009). Isariotins E and F, spirocyclic and bicyclic hemiacetals from the entomopathogenic fungus Isaria tenuipes BCC 12625. Journal of Natural Products 72: 756-759. 77.Luangsa-ard, J.J., Berkaew, P., Ridkaew, R., HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Isaka, M. (2009). A beauvericin hot spot in the genus Isaria. Mycological Research (in press). 78.Luangsa-ard, J.J., Ridkaew, R., Mongkolsamrit, S., Tasanatai, K. & HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (2009). The Sri Lankan Ophiocordyceps barnesii rediscovered in Thailand. Mycological Research (in review). MINOR PAPERS OR NOTES 10
  11. 11. 1.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1995). Tropical mycology in Thailand. The Mycologist 9(2), 86. 2.HYWEL-JONES, N.L. (1996). BIOTEC culture collection. BIOTEC News 2(2), 6-7. 3.Mekkamol, S., Jonglaekha, N., HYWEL-JONES, N.L. & Whalley, A.J.S. (1997). Endophytic fungi of teak in Thailand: A preliminary account. BIOTEC News 3(3), 4-5. Apart from these notes, articles have also been published on a range of science topics in the Bangkok Post (English language national newspaper of Thailand); two articles on Cordyceps sinensis in Kuensel (English language national newspaper of Bhutan). An article on insect fungi was also published in a Japanese botany magazine. Articles have been written for the Bhutan Society Newsletter. PAPERS AND POSTERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS Oral presentations and posters have been presented at many international conferences in nine different countries. N.L. Hywel-Jones October, 2009 11

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