C.m. Sean Carrington
Professor of Plant Biology
Biological and Chemical Sciences
University of West Indies
Antigua and Barbuda
C.M. Sean Carrington is working as a Professor of Plant Biology in Department of Biological and Chemical Sciences in University of west indies. He completed his B.Sc. (Edin.), D.Phil. (York, UK).
Development and ripening of Scotch Bonnet pepper, especially the biochemical changes underlying ripening-related softening. Plant cell wall biochemistry, Post-harvest physiology of fruit, Caribbean wild plants and their uses.
Carrington S, Fraser H, Gilmore J, Forde GA. AZ of Barbados heritage. Macmillan Pub Limited; 2003.
Carrington CS, Vendrell M, Domınguez-Puigjaner E. Characterisation of an endo-(1, 4)-β-mannanase (LeMAN4) expressed in ripening tomato fruit. Plant Science. 2002 Sep 30;163(3):599-606.
Carrington S. Wild plants of the Eastern Caribbean. London: Macmillan vi, 122p.-col. illus.. ISBN 033367443X En Icones, Maps. Geog; 1998.