Plant Sciences

対応可能な分野

  • Plant biology
  • Genetics and genomics
  • Disease resistance
  • Crop science
  • Soil science and geology
  • Environmental sciences

Our Plant Sciences Editors

Dr Dean Rea, BSc, PhD

Dean_ReaDr Dean Rea obtained a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of East Anglia. This included an intercalated year conducting synthetic organic chemistry research within the Medicinal Chemistry Department at GlaxoSmithKline, followed by a PhD in Structural Biology within the School of Life Sciences at the University of Warwick. His PhD focused on structure-function relationships in peptidase enzymes, and primarily involved protein crystallography, enzymology, and molecular biology. He has since studied the structure and function of peptidases, plant circadian clock proteins, microbial aromatic degradation enzymes, carotenoid dioxygenases, and microbial transcriptional repressors, during an ongoing research career spanning over 12 years. Dean has co-authored numerous research papers, many as first author, and now applies his broad knowledge of the Life Sciences to scientific editing and proofreading.

Dr Radhika Desikan, PhD

Radhika has a PhD in plant science from University of the West of England, Bristol, and was an academic for several years. She taught plant science at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Her research interest was in understanding how plants tolerate abiotic and biotic stresses, and to investigate this at a cellular level. Her area of specialisation was plant cell signalling, in particular, free radicals. Radhika has published numerous papers during my research career, in this field. For a few years now, she has been editing academic papers in plant science for those whose native language is not English. Radhika enjoys the challenge of making plant science more readable and understandable, not just for plant scientists but non-academics too.

Hayley Hardstaff, BA

Hayley obtained a BA in Biological Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge where she specialised in Plants and Microbes. Her research at Cambridge was in microalgal ecology, focussing on the trophic interactions between microalgae and bacteria in freshwater ecosystems. Hayley also worked within a team at the Marine Biological Association in Plymouth, looking at calcium signalling within marine diatoms in response to salinity stress. At the same time, she researched vitamin B12 dependency in plankton communities. Hayley now works as an editor and proofreader, primarily for English-second-language authors, and has edited over 200 manuscripts destined for a wide variety of journals. Her main areas of expertise are in plant and microbial physiology, genetics, disease, signalling and metabolism.

Anusha Hariharan Iyer, MSc, ELS

Anusha Hariharan Iyer completed her MSc from the University of Mumbai, India, where she worked on the genetic transformation of carrot. Since 2010, she has been working as an editor for authors whose first language is not English. In 2012, she received her certification from the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences (BELS). Her areas of expertise include agricultural science, botany, ecology, environmental toxicology, plant and animal biochemistry genetics, marine Biology, molecular biology, microbiology, taxonomy, and zoology.

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