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Characterizing the role of genetics and osmotic stress in the inheritance of male morphology and alternative behaviors in mollies

Description

Characterizing the role of genetics and osmotic stress in the inheritance of male morphology and alternative behaviors in mollies

Courses (See instructor for enrollment)

Und Grad Res in Biol Sciences (BIOL 4910 009)

Team Leader(s)

Margaret PtacekBiological Sciences
Kristine MoodyBiological Sciences
Kelly Hogan, MSBiological Sciences

Accomplishments

Evolution 2014Lange, E., Hogan, K., Davidson, G., Ptacek, M. (2014, June). The influence of rearing environment on life history and morphological traits of sailfin molly fish (P. latipinna). Poster presented at Evolution 2014.
Hunter, S.N. (2010, October) New microsatellite loci for the endemic Hawaiian goby, Sicyopterus stimpsoni, poster presented at Southeastern Population Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics (SEPEEG) regional meeting hosted by University of Florida, October 2010.
Rice, E.W. (2012, September). The role of diet in the evolution of male morphologies in sailfin mollies. Oral presentation at the HHMI/SCLife Symposium, September 2012.
Collins, A.T. (2012, October) Allelic variation in the melanocortin 4 receptor gene in poeciilid fishes. Poster presented at Southeastern Population Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics (SEPEEG) regional meeting hosted by Clemson University, October 2012 and Clemson Biological Sciences Annual Student Symposium (CBASS), December 2012.
Davidson, G., Crawford, C., Voytko, M., Hogan, K., Ptacek, M. (2014, April). The influence of rearing environment on life history and morphological traits of sailfin molly fish (P. latipinna) Poster presented at the Focus on Creative Inquiry Poster Forum, Clemson, SC.

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