Alan T Critchley, PhD

2017- Verschuren Centre , Cape Breton University 
Sustainable uses of seaweeds
"Alan Critchley"


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Gerald Boalch research scientist Plymouth Marine Laboratory
 (PhD External Supervisor)
William F Farnham research scientist University of Portsmouth
 (PhD Supervisor)
EB Gareth Jones research scientist University of Portsmouth
 (PhD Supervisor)


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Pieter H. Nienhuis collaborator 1982- Delta Institute, Yerseke
 (Gave me my first opportunity as a post-doc, collaborated on invasive Sargassum in the Netherlands)
RIchard N. Pienaar collaborator 1982- Uni KwaZulu Natal and also Univ Witwatersrand
 (Head of both Botany Departments. Guru in electron microscopy. We wrote a great Phycology lab manual together, should have been published!)
Klaus WG Rotmann collaborator 1990- Taurus Chemicals
 (Gave me my first opportunities in consulting, South Africa and Namibia)
Michael Friedlander collaborator 1992- IOLR. Israel
 (Fantastic mentor for cultivation of seaweeds on land and all aspects of seaweed and science)
Masao Ohno collaborator 1992- Kochi University, Japan
 (Gave me opportunities in editing Cultivation and Marine Ranching and Seaweed Resources of the World, published by JICA)
Anicia Q Hurtado collaborator 2000- SEAFDEC
 (Eucheumatoid science and socio-economic importance)
Melania L. Cornish collaborator 2005- ASL
 (Great seaweed cultivationist and writer of reviews on all things seaweeds. Go Lynn!)
James S. Craigie collaborator 2005- NRCC
 (Great mentor, all things seaweed! Thanks JIm!)
Balakrishnan Prithiviraj collaborator 2005- Dalhousie University
 (Bioactive compounds from seaweeds)
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Shukla PS, Mantin EG, Adil M, et al. (2019) -Based Biostimulants: Sustainable Applications in Agriculture for the Stimulation of Plant Growth, Stress Tolerance, and Disease Management. Frontiers in Plant Science. 10: 655
Shukla PS, Borza T, Critchley AT, et al. (2018) Ascophyllum nodosum extract mitigates salinity stress in Arabidopsis thaliana by modulating the expression of miRNA involved in stress tolerance and nutrient acquisition. Plos One. 13: e0206221
Zhou M, Hünerberg M, Chen Y, et al. (2018) Air-Dried Brown Seaweed, Ascophyllum nodosum, Alters the Rumen Microbiome in a Manner That Changes Rumen Fermentation Profiles and Lowers the Prevalence of Foodborne Pathogens. Msphere. 3
Shukla PS, Shotton K, Norman E, et al. (2018) Seaweed extract improve drought tolerance of soybean by regulating stress-response genes. Aob Plants. 10: plx051
Kulshreshtha G, Rathgeber B, MacIsaac J, et al. (2017) Feed Supplementation with Red Seaweeds, Chondrus crispus and Sarcodiotheca gaudichaudii, Reduce Salmonella Enteritidis in Laying Hens. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8: 567
Martynenko A, Shotton K, Astatkie T, et al. (2016) Thermal imaging of soybean response to drought stress: the effect of Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed extract. Springerplus. 5: 1393
Hafting JT, Craigie JS, Stengel DB, et al. (2015) Prospects and challenges for industrial production of seaweed bioactives. Journal of Phycology. 51: 821-37
Sangha JS, Wally O, Banskota AH, et al. (2015) A Cultivated Form of a Red Seaweed (Chondrus crispus), Suppresses β-Amyloid-Induced Paralysis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Marine Drugs. 13: 6407-24
Liu J, Kandasamy S, Zhang J, et al. (2015) Prebiotic effects of diet supplemented with the cultivated red seaweed Chondrus crispus or with fructo-oligo-saccharide on host immunity, colonic microbiota and gut microbial metabolites. Bmc Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 15: 279
Sangha JS, Kandasamy S, Khan W, et al. (2015) λ-Carrageenan Suppresses Tomato Chlorotic Dwarf Viroid (TCDVd) Replication and Symptom Expression in Tomatoes. Marine Drugs. 13: 2875-89
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