Theses Fall 2009

Honors and Theses Titles Fall 2009

 
Name Advisor Title
BISC 350
Feilich, Kara Ellerby Mechanical Properties of Snail Pedal Mucus
Ionkin, Galina Königer Examining the Conserved Regions of DNA sequences for Genes Involved in Chloroplast Movement
Jung, Grace Ellerby Skeletal muscle bloodflow and energy cost during locomotion of Rainbow Trout Oncorhynchus mykiss
Kazenel, Melanie Jones Characterizing a Meadow Ecosystem: Soil Composition and Plant Communities
Lee, Gloria Allen PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE SYNECHOCYSTIS sp. STRAIN PCC 6803 RESPONSE TO PH 6.2
Quist, Arbor Ellerby
Roston, Rachel Buchholtz Visualizing mouse neonatal anatomy using immunohistochemistry
Wang, Jasmine Ellerby Bluegill Morphology and Biomechanics
Yang, Myra Webb Characterization of tumor-associated antigen gpA33 in the mouse
Yang, ZhanTao Ellerby Backpack Biomechanics: The energy usage comparisons between backpack styles and historical Roman furcas
BISC 370
Hayashi, Malika Ellerby The Ballistic Seed Dispersal Mechanism in Sand Bittercress (Cardamine parviflora)

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