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No Evidence of Sampling Bias in a Comparison of Two Common Avian Capture Methods
A common assumption underlying many biological studies is that the data we collect from a subset of individuals are representative of the broad population of interest. However, in studies of free-ranging animals, different ...
Towards the Development of Transgenic Reporter Lines for Assessing and Characterizing a LAC-Regulated UAS-GAL4 System
I designed and prepared the components of an inducible gene expression system based on the mouse lac system to address limitations in conventional Drosophila melanogaster inducible gene expression systems that preclude ...
The Effect Manipulating AMPK Activity has on Ouabain-Induced Spreading Depression in Fed and Starved Locusta Migratoria.
Neurons, though highly metabolically active, have a poor capacity for nutrient storage and are sensitive to energy fluctuations. One mechanism for maintaining energetic homeostasis involves activation of the heterotrimeric ...
Characterization of the Potential Use of Salix Nigra and Populus Balsamifera for the Phytoremediation of 1,4-Dioxane
Phytoremediation is a viable technology that provides a cost-effective and aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional remediation technologies. The objective of this study was to compare the effectiveness of Salix ...