Wednesday, December 3, 2008

MY CURRICULUM VITAE
















NAME: DR. NORAINI BINTI TALIP

QUALIFICATIONS:
PhD (Botany), University of Reading, United Kingdom 2006
MSc (Botany), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia 2000
Special Education for Children With Physical Disabilities, The Flinders University, South Australia 1998
BSc. Hons. (Botany), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia 1996
Diploma in Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Perlis 1992.

SPECIALISATIONS:
Plant Anatomy
Plant Palynology
Plant Micromorphology
Plant Systematic
Plant taxonomy

AREAS OF RESEARCH:
Plant Anatomy
Plant Palynology
Plant Micromorphology
Plant Systematic

CURRENT PROJECTS AND GRANTS:
1. Comprehensive Leaf Anatomy, Micromorphology, Palynology and Phytochemistry of Dipterocarpaceae EAR No. 09 – 02 - 02 (2003 - 2006)
2. Comprehensive Leaf Anatomy and Palynology of Annonaceae UKM-ST-01-FRGS0030-2006 (2007 - 2008)
3. Comprehensive Leaf Anatomy, Micromorphology, Palynology and Phytochemistry of Bombacaceae UKM-ST-08-FRGS0003-2007 (2007 - 2009)
4. Palynology (Pollen Morphology) of Selected Habitat and Ecosystem UKM-GUP-ASPL-08-05-219 (2007 - 2009)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

A. Proceedings:
1. Muhammad Ruzi Abdul Rahman, Noraini Talip and Khatijah Hussin. 2008. Systematic significance of the petioles vascular bundles types in Dipterocarpus Gaertn. F. (Dipterocarpaceae) in Malaysia. 3rd Regional Symposium on Environment and Natural Resources, 5- 6 August 2008, Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur, 717-720.
2. Noraini Talip, Noor Solihani Shamsuddin and Richard Chung Cheng Kong. 2008. Comparative petiole and midrib anatomical characters in selected species of Coelostegia (Bombacaceae) in Malaysia. 3rd Regional Symposium on Environment and Natural Resources, 5- 6 August 2008, Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur, 712- 716.
3. Noraini Talip. 2007. Systematic significance of trichomes types on the leaf epidermis of the tribe Shoreae (Dipterocarpaceae) in Malaysia. 9th Symposium of the Malaysian Society of Applied Biology, 30th – 31st May 2007, Bayview Georgetown Hotel, Penang. Hlm.294 – 297.

B. Books:
1. Noraini Talip, Ruzi. A. R., Nurnida Mohd. Kamal dan Farrah Melissa Mokhsin. 2008. Taman Paku Pakis UKM. Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Hlm. 98.
2. Noraini Talip, Ruzi. A. R., A. Latiff and Razali Jaman. 2008. Ferns and fern-allies of Taman Paku Pakis Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Vol. 1. Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Hlm. 58.
3. Khatijah Hussin and Noraini Talip. 2007. Anatomical Atlas of Malaysian Medicinal Plants. Vol. 3: Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Hlm. 160.

C. Journals:
1. Noraini Talip, D.F. Cutler and H. Khatijah. 2009. Leaf anatomical and micromorphological characters of some Malaysian Parashorea (Dipterocarpaceae). Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 21(2): 13- 27.
2. Noraini Talip, Jennifer Greenham, David. F. Cutler and Michael Keith-Lucas. 2008. The utility of leaf flavonoids as taxonomic markers for some Malaysian species of the tribe Shoreae (Dipterocarpaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 157 (4): 755 – 762.
3. Noraini Talip. 2008. Systematic significance of Pollen Morphology of Shorea, Hopea, Parashorea and Neobalanocarpus (Dipterocarpaceae) in Malaysia, Sains Malaysian, 37(2): 169 – 176.
4. Noraini Talip and David Cutler. 2007. Systematic significance of petiole and midrib anatomical characters in Parashorea (Dipterocarpaceae) of Malaysia, Malaysia Applied Biology, 36 (2): 47 – 55.
5. Noraini Talip, Khatijah Hussin and Halijah Ibrahim. 2005. Comparative leaf anatomy of Alpinia Species (Zingiberaceae) in Malaysia. Nordic Journal of Botany, 23(4): 463 – 483.
6. Khatijah Hussin, Sukaimi Rasmi and Noraini Talip. 2004. Comparative leaf anatomy of three Senna species. Journal of Tropical Medicinal Plant, 5(1): 127 – 135.

CONTACT INFORMATION;
Address:
Pusat Pengajian Sains Sekitaran dan Sumber Alam
Fakulti Sains dan Teknologi, 43600 UKM
Bangi, Selangor

Phone Number (O) : 03- 89 21 3459
(H/P) : 019 – 319 6569
FAX NUMBER : 03- 8925 3357
EMAIL : ntalip@ukm.my

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