Biology Thesis Presentations Dec. 15

Dec. 14, 2016

Biology Thesis Presentations April 29

Webster University faculty members and students are invited to attend eleven senior Biology senior thesis presentations on Thursday, Dec. 15, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the East Academic Building, room 102.

Presentation Schedule:             

9 a.m., Danielle Meadows: Effect of Calendula Extract on Growth and Viability of Two Different Human Melanoma Cell Lines

9:30 a.m., Andrea Dwiggins: The Effects on Tau Protein Activity in PC12 Cells Following Exposure to Sevoflurane

10 a.m., Jevon Driver: The Effect of R. rubrum and B. megaterium on Radish and Pea Plants

10:30 a.m., Stephanie Turnipseed: The effect of ethinyl estradiol on Drosophila melanogaster

11 a.m., Emily Kolisch: Effect of epinephrine and ethanol on glycogen concentration in C2C12 muscle cell line

11:30 a.m., Elizabeth Mahood: Developing Tools to Identify Ionomic Genes using Orthology in Diverse Plant Species

Noon, Break for Lunch

1 p.m., Beltran Torres: A Novel Ant Farm to Study Magnetoreception

1:30 p.m., Shaan Muthukumaru: A Putative Adenosine Receptor in Pogonomyrmex occidentalis Western Harvester Ants

2 p.m., Ben Ingenthron: Cross Photoreactions Facilitated by Polyfluorophenyl Interactions in the Organic Solid State

2:30 p.m., Frank Verdu: Vortex Grinding and Thermal Expansion in the Organic Solid State

3 p.m., Randy Blake: A Qualitative Assay Regarding the Relationship Between Atrazine and Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis

 

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