Biology Department

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      Beth Irwin

      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Volatile chemistry, rates of parasitism, and rates of herbivory vary with light environment--a case for "top-down regulation"


      Noelle Endy

      Graduates 2008, worked with Dr. Ingersoll
      Project focus: HPLC Analysis of Juglone as a potential alleopathic chemical conferring defense in Lindera benzoin (spicebush)


      Julia Lehman

      Graduates 2008, worked with Dr. Ingersoll
      Analysis of Phenolic Acids in Lindera benzoin (spicebush)


      Sean O'Shea

      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Effects of Juglans nigra (black walnut) on Epimecis hortaria (tulip tree beauty caterpillar)--soil interactions


      Shauna Henley

      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Light and sex effects on plant defense in a dioecious, understory plant


      Elizabeth Honan

      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Edwards
      Project focus: Developing microsatellite markers in Lindera benzoin (spicebush)


      Chris Pothering

      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Is herbivore defense inducible in Lindera benzoin (spicebush)


      Kendra James
      Graduates 2007, worked with Dr. Benjamin
      Project focus: Estimating herbivory: A comparison of digital quantitative estimation and visual classification of leaf area

      Jeffrey Levy
      Graduates 2009, worked with Dr. Benjamin
      Project focus: XMLHttp request in small scale web programming to develop estimation surveys in the study of herbivory

      Patrick Prince
      Graduates 2009, worked with Dr. Benjamin
      Project focus: Digital estimation of herbivory: Development of handheld technologies

      Emily Broder

      Attends University of Georgia, graduates 2008, worked with Dr. Niesenbaum
      Project focus: Effects of Juglans nigra (black walnut) on Epimecis hortaria (tulip tree beauty caterpillar)--field associations


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