Theses 2003

Honors and Theses Titles Spring 2003

 

Name

Advisor

Title
BISC
350

Blakely, Brette

Beltz

Pheromonal
Effects on Neurogenesis: A Crayfish Model

Chen, Dee Dee

Koniger

An Investigation of the Xanthophyll Cycle Pigments

Feldman, Lacey

Paul

Rheumatoid Arthritis and the
Immune System

Le, Elizabeth

Peterman Identification of Proteins
Interacting with Patellin1 and AtABP2b by Affinity Binding Approaches
Martin-Harris, Laurel Beltz Pheromonal Effects on Neurogenesis:
A Crayfish Model
Thakur, Akansha Beltz Pheromonal Effects on Neurogenesis:
A Crayfish Model

NEUR
350

Gannon, Jessica

Cameron

Visualization of nitric oxide synthase (NOS) in cardiac muscle
from a teleost fish

BISC 370

Bartley, Elizabeth

Smith

Effects
of a continuous dose of wide-range ß-Adrenergic
Agents on Mammalian Cardiac Tissue

Savner, Erin

Beltz Serotonin Synthesis and Neurogenesis
in the American Lobster

Shea, Katherine

Allen Acid shock and acid stress
proteins in the cyanobacterium, Synechocystis sp. Strain PC 6803

Van Driesche, Sarah

Allen/ Kolodny

Designing
an experiment to study the nitrogen Metabolism of phycocyanin
using NMR spectroscopy

BIOC
370

Choi, Lynn (Off Campus)

Hood-DeGrenier

Differential
Expression and Function of the Anti-Apoptotic Genes, A1 and A20,
in Islets of Langerhans

NEUR
370

Bauer, Deborah

Allen

1H
NMR Spectroscopic Studies of the Synthesis of Cyanophycin in
the Cyanobacteria Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC 6308 in 12 Stress
Conditions

Huang, Yolanda

Berger-Sweeney

A Mouse Model of Brain Metastasis of Melanomas: Characterization
and Treatment

Mazzarella, Eleanora

Beltz

The Influence of Social Status on Neurogenesis In Juvenile Lobsters,
Homarus americanus

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