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Jonathan Cope

Jonathan Cope
Jonathan Cope is a postdoktor specializing in cereal genetics. His main research focus is part of the Healthy Roots (HeRo) project looking at the effect of the root architecture of wheat on plant nutrition, disease, and microbial community.

Background

Bachelor Degree (BSc Hons)

2009-2013, University of St Andrews, Biochemistry

Research Assistant

2013, The John Innes Centre

Masters Degree (MSc) 

2013-2014, University of East Anglia & The John Innes Centre, Plant Genetics and Crop Improvement

Doctoral Degree (PhD) 

2015-2019, University of Aberdeen & The James Hutton Institute, Plant Sciences

Short Term Worker

2019-2020, The James Hutton Institute

Postdoktor

2020-Current, Department of Crop Production Ecology, SLU

 

Selected publications

Cope JE, Russell J, Norton GJ, George TS, and Newton AC (2020). Assessing the variation in Manganese Use Efficiency Traits in Scottish Barley Landrace Bere (Hordeum vulgare L.). Annals of Botany, 126: 289-300.

Roulston C, Luke GA, Felipe P, Ruan L, Cope J, Nicholson J, Sukhodub A, Tilsner J, and Ryan MD (2016). ’2A‐Like’ Signal Sequences Mediating Translational Recoding: A Novel Form of Dual Protein Targeting. Traffic, 17: 923-939.

 


Contact
Postdoctor at the Department of Crop Production Ecology; Plant Ecology Unit
Postal address:
Inst för växtproduktionsekologi, Box 7043
750 07 UPPSALA
Visiting address: Ulls väg 16, Uppsala