David InnesbackResearcher Profile

David J. Innes

Job Title: Associate Professor
Employer: Memorial University of Newfoundland
Place of Birth: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Further Education: University of British Columbia (B.Sc.), Dalhousie University (M.Sc.), SUNY Stony Brook (Ph.D.).
Geographic focus of research: Newfoundland, Ontario, Australia

Brief synopsis of current research:
1. Sex and evolution in Daphnia pulex
2. Genetical relationship between sexual and obligately asexual D. pulex
3. Genetic incompatibility between hybridizing mussel (Mytilus) species

D.pulexMailing address:
Department of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, M.edulisCanada, A1B 3X9
Phone: (709)737-4754; Fax: (709)737-3018
E-mail:
dinnes@morgan.ucs.mun.ca
Website:
www.mun.ca/biology/dinnes/research.html

Recent Publications:

Innes, D. J. 1997 Sexual reproduction of Daphnia pulex in a temporary habitat. Oecologia 111, 53-60.

Innes, D. J. & Singleton, D. R. 1994 Variation in reproduction and sex allocation among clones of Daphnia pulex, In Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms (ed. A. R. Beaumont), pp. 335-342. London: Chapman and Hall.

Comesana, A. S., Toro, J. E., Innes, D. J. & Thompson, R. J. 1999 A molecular approach to the ecology of a mussel (Mytilus edulis M. trossulus) hybrid zone on the east coast of Newfoundland, Canada. Marine Biology 133, 213-221.

Innes, D. J. & Bates, J. A. 1999 Morphological variation of Mytilus edulis and Mytilus trossulus in eastern Newfoundland. Marine Biology 133, 691-699.