Staff Profile:Professor Nick Battey

Responsibilities:

Professor

  • Head of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Section
Areas of Interest:
  • My research on flowering and fruiting has been funded by BBSRC, NERC, Defra and industry
  • Previous research on annexins and exocytosis was funded by BBSRC and Leverhulme Trust
  • Research on the interaction between humanities and sciences has been funded by AHRC (2012); future work in this area is a priority
  • I am currently working on two books

Member of the Ecology Research Group

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Impact, Enterprise and Outreach:

  • I have worked with the fruit crop industry over many years
  • Current project with Sainsbury's on a BBSRC Industrial Case
  • Co-opted governor and chair of the Curriculum Group at Maiden Erlegh School (2009-2014)

Esteem Factors:

  • Panel Member, Royal Society Newton Fellowships Scheme
  • Member of the Science and Industry Advisory Board for East Malling Research
  • External Member of the Italian National Committee for the Evaluation of Professors in Plant Physiology
  • Associate Editor for Journal Experimental Botany (2003-2011)

Teaching:

  • Part 1: Exploiters and Exploited
  • Part 2: History & Philosophy of Science; Animal, Plant and Microbial Development
  • Part 3: Plants, Animals and Climate Change

External Collaborators:

  • Maria Albani (University of Cologne, Germany)
  • Timo Hytonen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
  • Takeshi Kurokura (Utsunomiya University, Japan)
  • PhD supervisor for two students at East Malling Research (with Richard Harrison and Mark Else)
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Battey, N.H. and Tooke, F. Molecular control and variation in the floral transition. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 5, 2002, 62-68.

Cekic, C., Battey, N.H. and Wilkinson, M.J. The potential of ISSR-PCR primer pair combinations for genetic linkage analysis using the seasonal flowering locus in Fragaria as a model. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 103, 2001, 540-546.

Tooke, F. and Battey, N.H. A leaf derived-signal is a quantitative determinant of floral form in Impatiens. The Plant Cell, 12, 2000, 1837-1848.

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