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Editor - Christina Supramaniam | The University of Nottingham Ma | 22510

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Christina Supramaniam

Christina Supramaniam
Assistant Professor (Molecular Plant Pathology)
School of Biosciences
The University of Nottingham Malaysia
United Kingdom
E-mail: [email protected]

Biography

Christina specializes in the teaching and learning of Introductory Plant Pathology, Molecular Plant Pathology, Microbial Biotechnology, Microbiology and Crop Protection. These courses provide knowledge about plant diseases and their causal agents, the epidemiology and disease cycles and effective control methods. In Microbial Physiology and Biotechnology, students are taught the various virus, bacteria and fungi present in the environment, their detection methods and characterization techniques. In Microbial Biotechnology, there is an emphasis on the use of microorganism in food, feed and textile industries. Christina also widely contributes in the teaching of Genetics and Cell Biology, Gene Regulation and Molecular Pharming

Research Interest

Molecular plant-microbe interaction between basal stem rot; Novel infection strategies to detect early pathogenesis signals; Whole transcriptome sequencing for the detection of disease signal during pathogenesis events; etc.,

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