Honors and Theses Titles Spring 2011

 
Name Advisor Title
BISC 350
Dewitt, Judy Cameron Altered Gene Expression in the Heart of Hypoxia-Acclimated Goldfish
Dodge, Caroline Harris Analysis of Rubisco using polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis
Drozd, Lucie Bucholtz Axial Patterning of Mammalian Vertebrates: The Sloth Exception
Huang, Tina Webb Immunohistochemical analysis of A33 and RON antigens in 3D spheroid cultures of pacreatic and colon adenocarcinoma cells
Kim, Elaine Suzuki Rotund regulates appendage development in Tribolium castaneum and reveals partial conservation of the role of orthologues in insect appendages
Koo, Hyeln Harris Purification of RubiscoProteins Using Gel Filtration Column Chromatography System
Krasker, Jennie Hood-DeGrenier Investigations in Ototoxicity and Other Potential Inducers of Hearing Loss
Laves, Susan Bucholtz Axial Patterning of Mammalian Vertebrates: The Sloth Exception
Liao, Jessica Suzuki Creation of Reporter for the Integrin-a8 Promoter
Krasker, Jennie Hood-DeGrenier Investigations in Ototoxicity and Other Potential Inducers of Hearing Loss
Laves, Susan Bucholtz Axial Patterning of Mammalian Vertebrates: The Sloth Exception
Liao, Jessica Suzuki Creation of Reporter for the Integrin-a8 Promoter
Park, Heidi Newton Investigating the Biochemical Function of wVitA Type IV Effectors"
Rios, Daniela Newton The honey bee microbiome
Rowen, Elizabeth Griffith Transgenerational plasticity in Persicaria lapathifolia
Sarup, Ashima Newton Where's wolbachia: the search for wolbachia inarthropod stocks at Wellesley College
Sun, Sam (Olin) Webb Nanopart icles for Cancer Therapeutics
Tran, Christina Sequeira Demographic history and population structure of a flightless weevil pioneer from the Galápagos archipelago
Vattelani, Ashton Harris The localization of phototropin-1 in Arabidopsis thaliana
Xu, Michelle Allen Architecture of Biofilm Structures
Yajnik, Tanya Cameron Altered gene expression in the hearts of hypoxia-acclimated goldfish
Yang, Jennifer T. Griffith Population-level variation and drought response of Plantago lanceolata from a climate change research site