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Biographical entry Beveridge, Christine

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Occupation
Plant physiologist

Summary

Christine Beveridge is internationally recognised for her research into the hormonal control of plant development and shoot architecture, of particular importance to the agricultural and horticultural industries. Her research led to the discovery of the hormone strigolactone that is involved in nutrient uptake, shoot branching and root development. Beveridge is Associate Dean(Research) and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Queensland.

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2010 -
Award - ARC Future Fellow
2015 -
Award - Fellow, Australian Academy of Science
2018
Career position - President, International Plant Growth Substances Association
2018
Award - ARC Georgina Sweet Laureate Fellow

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Helen Cohn