Suni Mathew
Project Researcher

Biodiversity unit (Biodiversity Research)

suni.mathew@utu.fi


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Areas of expertise
Plant molecular biology; Gene characterisation and expression; plant endophytes

Biography

I am a molecular biologist intrigued by the interactions between organisms or gene networks between living functional units. My doctoral dissertation was on molecular characterisation and expression of signaling genes related to abiotic stress in Hevea brasiliensis. Following, I was a post-doc at the University of Jyväskylä working on the project 'seasonality in boreal plant microbiomes', determining factors shaping endophyte communities in plants. Presently working as post-doc researcher at Biodiversity Unit, University of Turku on the project 'Microbe-promoted grass production in sustainable agriculture'.



Publications

Embryogenic competence and HbSERK gene expression during somatic embryogenesis (2017) P. Kumari Jayasree, Sajeena Saseendran, Suni Anie Mathew
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Expression of stress tolerance in transgenic callus integrated with osmotin gene in Hevea brasiliensis (2016) Rekha K, Nazeem PA, Venkatachalam P, Jayashree R, Sobha S, Akshara SR, Mathew Suni, Sushamakumari S
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Role of bacterial strain in determining the efficiency of genetic transformation in Hevea brasiliensis. (2013) Jayashree R, Rekha K, Venkatachalam P, Sushamakumari S, Sobha S, Vineetha M, Mathew Suni, Leda P, Thulaseedharan A, Nazeem PA
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Agrobacterium-Mediated Genetic Transformation and Somatic Embryogenesis from Leaf Callus of Hevea brasiliensis: Effect of Silver Nitrate. (2012) Prospects in Bioscience: Addressing the issues RG Kala, V Abraham, S Sobha, PK Jayasree, Mathew Suni, A.Thulaseedharan
(
A3 Book chapter)


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