Allison Keith with her first anole (Anolis cristatellus) in El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico. Allison is working with Dr. Jerry Husak to determine how endocrine systems are involved in the evolution of social behavior in Caribbean Anolis lizards.
Nine students from the Biology Department attended the Ecological Society of American meeting in Portland, OR. From left to right are: Mary Nguyen,Christine Buelt, Lauren Reuss, Ann Goding, Adrian Montes, Jordan Goetting, Tom Langer, Liz McHale, and Luke Nolby.
Maryanne Deschamp (L) and Emily Pohl (R) prep quail eggs for microinjection. Both work in Dr. Glenn Sherer's lab where they investigate liver development.
A close-up of Hannah Chuinard prepping quail eggs. Hannah also works in Dr. Sherer's lab.
Rachel Rockwell collects decomposition bags as part of her research project on the effects of water depth, type of primary producer, and whole lake factors on decomposition rates in shallow lakes. Rachel is co-advised by Dr. Leah Domine and Dr. Kyle Zimmer.
Mary Nguyen of Dr. Amy Verhoeven's lab measures reduction rates of an enzyme important in photosynthesis.