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2014 Sigma Xi Student Research Symposium Print
Thursday, 24 April 2014 09:13

Student research conducted by Zack Signora, Kenda McMillin, Kelly Ryan, Lauren Neel, Dana Charitonchick, Julie Storm, Jessica Bondy, Bill Collins, and Jesse Armine was presented at the annual Sigma Xi Student Research Symposium on April 12, 2014 at St. Joseph's University.  Student research presented at the Symposium was conducted in collaboration with Biology faculty members Drs. Josh Auld, Jessica Schedlbauer, Win Fairchild, Greg Turner, and Xin Fan. Posters presented include:

  • Jesse Armine (undergraduate student) and DrJessica Schedlbauer. Effect of trail type on the diversity of native and invasive plant species in the Bull Mountain Wilderness, Maryland.
  • Jessica Bondy (undergraduate student), Julie Storm (undergraduate student), and DrXin Fan. The pathogenesis of Haemophilus influenzae LicB in vivo.
  • Dana Charitonchick (graduate student) and DrJessica Schedlbauer. Determining the seed bank composition of an eastern deciduous forest fragment in southeast Pennsylvania.
  • Bill Collins (undergraduate student) and DrWin Fairchild. The effects of light and age on phenotypic plasticity in an invasive vine species, Celastrus orbiculatus (oriental bittersweet).
  • Lauren Neel (undergraduate student) and DrJosh Auld. When to mate when death is on the line in Physa acuta.
  • Kelly Ryan (undergraduate student) and DrGreg Turner. Forest health status at the Gordon Natural Area.
  • Zack Signora (undergraduate student), Kendra McMillin (undergraduate student), and DrGreg Turner. An assessment of white ash (Fraxinus americana) as part of an emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) management plan for the Robert B. Gordon Natural Area.
 

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