Dr Beth Loveys
My PhD research began in the area of plant ecophysiology and then post doctoral positions expanded my area of interest into the effects of global climate change on plant growth. After my appointment at The University of Adelaide as a teaching only academic my area of interest has expanded again to include education research.
|2011||Lecturer||The University of Adelaide|
|2001 - 2006||Post Doctoral Fellow||The Australian National University|
|1999 - 2001||Post Doctoral Fellow||The University of York|
|1994 - 1998||Flinders University, Adelaide||Australia||PhD|
|2014||Loveys, B., Kaiser, B., McDonald, G., Kravchuk, O., Gilliham, M., Tyerman, S. & Able, A. (2014). The development of student research skills in second year plant biology. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, 22, 3, 15-25.|
|2010||Loveys, B., Egerton, J., Bruhn, D. & Ball, M. (2010). Disturbance is required for CO₂-dependent promotion of woody plant growth in grasslands. Functional Plant Biology, 37, 6, 555-565.
|2007||Bruhn, D., Egerton, J., Loveys, B. & Ball, M. (2007). Evergreen leaf respiration acclimates to long-term nocturnal warming under field conditions. Global Change Biology, 13, 6, 1216-1223.
|2006||Atkin, O., Loveys, B., Atkinson, L. & Pons, T. (2006). Phenotypic plasticity and growth temperature: understanding interspecific variability. Journal of Experimental Biology, 57, 2, 267-281.
|2006||Loveys, B., Egerton, J. & Ball, M. (2006). Higher daytime leaf temperatures contribute to lower freeze tolerance under elevated CO₂. Plant Cell and Environment, 29, 6, 1077-1086.
|2005||Barker, D., Loveys, B., Egerton, J., Gorton, H., Williams, W. & Ball, M. (2005). CO₂ enrichment predisposes foliage of a eucalypt to freezing injury and reduces spring growth. Plant Cell and Environment, 28, 12, 1506-1515.
|2003||LOVEYS, B. R., ATKINSON, L. J., SHERLOCK, D. J., ROBERTS, R. L., FITTER, A. H. & ATKIN, O. K. (2003). Thermal acclimation of leaf and root respiration: an investigation comparing inherently fast- and slow-growing plant species. Global Change Biology, 9, 6, 895-910.
|2002||Loveys, B., Tyerman, S. & Loveys, B. (2002). Effect of different host plants on the growth of the root hemiparasite Santalum acuminatum (quandong). Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 41, 1, 97-102.
|2002||Loveys, B. R., Scheurwater, I., Pons, T. L., Fitter, A. H. & Atkin, O. K. (2002). Growth temperature influences the underlying components of relative growth rate: an investigation using inherently fast- and slow-growing plant species. Plant, Cell and Environment, 25, 8, 975-988.
|2001||Loveys, B., Tyerman, S. & Loveys, B. (2001). Transfer of photosynthate and naturally occurring insecticidal compounds from host plants to the root hemiparasite Santalum acuminatum(Santalaceae). Australian Journal of Botany, 49, 1, 9-16.
|2001||Loveys, B., Loveys, B. & Tyerman, S. (2001). Water relations and gas exchange of the root hemiparasite Santalum acuminatum(quandong). Australian Journal of Botany, 49, 4, 479-486.
|2000||ATKIN, O., EDWARDS, E. & LOVEYS, B. (2000). Response of root respiration to changes in temperature and its relevance to global warming. New Phytologist, 147, 1, 141-154.
|2000||Zubrinich, T., Loveys, B., Gallasch, S., Seekamp, J. & Tyerman, S. (2000). Tolerance of salinized floodplain condition in a naturally occurring Eucalyptus hybrid related to lowered plant water potential. Tree Physiology, 20, 14, 953-963.
|2016||Loveys, B. R., Riggs, K. M. & Able, A. J. (2016). Threshold Learning Outcome 2: Knowledge of Agriculture. In T. L. Botwright Acuña & A. J. Able (Eds.), Good Practice Guide: Threshold Learning Outcomes for Agriculture (pp. 25-53). Sydney, Australia: Australian Government Office for Learning & Teaching.|
|2016||Karanicolas, S., Loveys, B., Riggs, K., McGrice, H., Snelling, C., Winning, T. & Kemp, A. (2016). The Rise of the Flip: Successfully engaging students in pre-class activities through the use of technology and a flipped classroom design template. 33rd International Conference of Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE 2016). S. Barker, S. Dawson, A. Pardo & C. Colvin (Eds.) Adelaide, SA.|
Foundations in Plant Science L2 semester 1
Plant Production and Global Climate Change L3 semester 3
Animal and Plant Biochemistry II L2 semester 1
Research Skills for Applied Biology L2 semester 1
Viticultural Science II L2 semester 2