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Biological Sciences Seminars Available for Viewing

The Biological Sciences Seminars are now available for viewing. The presentations have been transcribed and the transcriptions with PowerPoints are available online.

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Talented student researchers interested in pursuing the Master of Science degree in biology.  Check out the research interests of our faculty and get in touch with your potential advisor today!

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College of Natural Sciences Alumni Reunion:
October 11-12, 2013

Graduate Student Projects

Haskens, Dena. 1988. Characterization of Tn501 mutagenesis of a cloned Pseudomonas aeruginosa elastase gene.
 
McNulty, Robert. 1990. Concentration and replication of Clostridium sporogenes after ingestion by Chironomids: A model for avian botulism intoxication.
 
Woodruff, Ted. 1990. Characterization of gram positive, aerobic, soil bacteria capable of metabolizing para-nitrophenol.
 
Casadevall, Maria. 1990. Plasmid dependent para-nitrophenol degradation.

Naraya, Daisy. 1993. Degradation and induction specificity in actinomycetes that degrade para-nitrophenol.

Bains, Kamaljit. 1993. Degradative pathways of three nitrophenol isomers and 2,4-dinitrophenol by Nocardia sp. strain TW2.
 
Thao, My Lo Ly. 1995. DNA regions conserved among p-nitrophenol degrading Arthrobacter species.
 
Sato, Hiromi. 2000. Characterization and distribution of a novel insertion sequence element found in p-nitrophenol degrading Arthrobacter.
 
Jung, Carina. 2000. Characterization JP-7 jet fuel degradation by the bacterium Nocardioides luteus.
 
Holochwost, Daniel. 2001. Cloning and sequence analysis of a plasmid-encoded single-stranded DNA binding protein from Arthrobacter aurescens strain TW17.
 
Amendola, John. 2004. Evolutionary origins of an Arthrobacter aurescens p-nitrophenol monooxygenase gene.