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Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy
Lecturer in Biology (retired)
Imperial College, London

He is an Honorary Lecturer in Biology at Imperial College London. He retired from full time teaching in 2004 but still gives occasional lectures there in specialist subjects such as food irradiation and the (exorbitant) energy cost of modern food production.

Websites:

Research Highlights:

  • Photosynthesis
  • Photorespiration
  • Plant Electrophysiology
  • The biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields.

Selected Publications:

  • GOLDSWORTHY, A 1984 The cell electric. New Scientist 102 (1407), 14-15.
  • GOLDSWORTHY, A 1987 Why trees are green. New Scientist 116 (1590), 48-52.
  • MINA, MG and GOLDSWORTHY, A 1992 Electrical polarization of tobacco cells by Ca2+ ion channels. J. Exptl. Bot. 43, 449-454.
  • GOLDSWORTHY, A 1995 Photorespiration. In "Production and Improvement of Crops for Drylands". Ed. Gupta, U.S. (Oxford & IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi).
  • GOLDSWORTHY, A 1996 Electrostimulation of cells by weak electric currents. In "Electrical Manipulation of Cells". Eds. Lynch, P., Davey, M.R. (Chapman and Hall, New York).
  • GOLDSWORTHY, A, WHITNEY, H and MORRIS, E 1999 Biological effects of physically conditioned water. Water Research 33, 1618-1626.

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