Biology Department

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      Daniel Skoczylas
      Graduated 2006, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: The top-down influence of bird predation on herbivory on Lindera benzoin

      Joanna Hurdes

      Graduates 2008, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Plastic response to changes in light in Lindera benzoin


      Beth Irwin

      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Do plants call the enemies of their enemies? Tritrophic interactions in the Lindera-Epimecis system


      Kendra James

      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum and Dr. George Benjamin
      Project focus: Estimating herbivory: A comparison of the digital quantitative estimation and subjective classification of leaf area and how best to deal with zero inflated data


      Jennifer Levy
      Graduated 2006, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Light, leaf quality, and herbivory on Lindera benzoin

      Abra Like
      Graduates 2008, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Reduced herbivory when Lindera benzoin is in association with Juglans nigra

      Angela Lucarini
      Graduates 2008, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Reduced herbivory when Lindera benzoin is in association with Juglans nigra

      Louis Marquet
      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Photosynthetic compensation in response to herbivory in Lindera benzoin

      Xiomara Otero
      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Compensatory growth by Lindera benzoin in response to herbivory

      Corrine Rennig
      Graduated 2006, worked with Dr. Marten Edwards
      Project focus: Development of amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) as a method to estimate genetic diversity in Lindera benzoin (spicebush) populations

      Nadine Goldman
      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Christine Ingersoll
      Project focus: Plant defense chemistry: Phenolic and tannins in Lindera benzoin

      Jessica Rodriguez

      Graduate 2006, worked with Dr. Richard Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Trichome defense


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