Lynne Boddy

Lynne Boddy is a Professor of Microbial Ecology at Cardiff University.wikipedia
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Microbial ecology

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Lynne Boddy is a Professor of Microbial Ecology at Cardiff University.

Cardiff University

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Lynne Boddy is a Professor of Microbial Ecology at Cardiff University. Boddy subsequently joined Cardiff University in 1983, where she worked on antagonistic interactions, mycelia and fungal communities.

Community (ecology)

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She works on the ecology of wood decomposition, including synecology and autecology.

Autecology

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She works on the ecology of wood decomposition, including synecology and autecology.

Biology

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Boddy studied biology at the University of Exeter.

University of Exeter

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Boddy studied biology at the University of Exeter. She earned a PhD in ecology from Queen Mary University of London and a Doctor of Science DSc degree in the ecology of wood composition from the University of Exeter.

John Webster (mycologist)

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She became interested in mycology because she was taught by the notable mycologist John Webster and encountered the fungus Serpula lacrimans causing dry rot in her student accommodation.

Basidiomycota

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Here she was the local organiser of a symposium on Decomposer Basidiomycetes.

Doctor of Philosophy

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She earned a PhD in ecology from Queen Mary University of London and a Doctor of Science DSc degree in the ecology of wood composition from the University of Exeter.

Ecology

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She earned a PhD in ecology from Queen Mary University of London and a Doctor of Science DSc degree in the ecology of wood composition from the University of Exeter.

Queen Mary University of London

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She earned a PhD in ecology from Queen Mary University of London and a Doctor of Science DSc degree in the ecology of wood composition from the University of Exeter. She joined Queen Mary College as a research assistant working on the decay of wood.

Doctor of Science

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She earned a PhD in ecology from Queen Mary University of London and a Doctor of Science DSc degree in the ecology of wood composition from the University of Exeter.

Postdoctoral researcher

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Boddy was appointed a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bath.

University of Bath

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Boddy was appointed a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bath.

Mycelium

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Boddy subsequently joined Cardiff University in 1983, where she worked on antagonistic interactions, mycelia and fungal communities.

Neural network

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She studied how neural networks could be used to analyse flow cytometry data from phytoplankton.

Flow cytometry

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She studied how neural networks could be used to analyse flow cytometry data from phytoplankton.

Phytoplankton

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She studied how neural networks could be used to analyse flow cytometry data from phytoplankton.

Chemical warfare

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Boddy identified that fungi battle each other by producing inhibitory chemicals that can be transmitted through the air, equivalent to the poisonous gas produced during World War I.

World War I

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Boddy identified that fungi battle each other by producing inhibitory chemicals that can be transmitted through the air, equivalent to the poisonous gas produced during World War I.

New Scientist

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Her research on fighting fungi was featured in New Scientist.

Coarse woody debris

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She looked at the decomposition of coarse woody debris.

Carbon cycle

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Boddy has studied the role of fungi in carbon and nutrient cycling.

Nutrient cycle

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Boddy has studied the role of fungi in carbon and nutrient cycling.

Priority effect

Boddy has studied priority effects during the establishment of fungal communities in wood.