Student/Faculty Collaborative Publications & Presentations in the Biological Sciences

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Published Papers:

 
* An graduation date or asterisk denotes a Trinity College undergraduate

Craig W. Schneider, Elisabeth N. Cianciola ‘10, Thea R. Popolizio, Dylan S. Spagnuolo ’17 and Christopher E. Lane  (2015). A molecular-assisted alpha taxonomic study of the genus Centroceras (Ceramiaceae, Rhodophyta) in Bermuda reveals two novel species. Algae 30: 15-33
 
Nikolaus E. Schultz ‘14, Christopher E. Lane, Line Le Gall, Delphine Gey, Anna R. Bigney, Bruno de Reviers, Florence Rousseau and Craig W. Schneider (2015). A barcode analysis of the genus Lobophora (Dictyotales, Phaeophyceae) in the western Atlantic Ocean with four novel species and a clarification of the generitype L. variegata. European Journal of Phycology (under review)

Deyrup S.T., L.E. Eckman, E.E. Lucadamo, P.H. McCarthy, J.C. Knapp, S.R. Smedley. 2014. Antipredator activity and endogenous biosynthesis of defensive secretion in larval and pupal Delphastus catalinae (Horn) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Chemoecology 24:145-157.

Thea R. Popolizio, Craig W. Schneider, Tayoot Chengsupanimit ‘13, Gary W. Saunders and Christopher E. Lane (2013). Notes on the marine algae of the Bermudas. 13. Helminthocladia kempii sp. nov. (Nemaliales, Liagoraceae) based upon H. calvadosii sensu auct. from the western Atlantic. Cryptogamie, Algologie 34: 229-244.

Dunlap, K. D., M. Chung*, and J. Castellano* (2013) Influence of long-term social interactionson chirping behavior, steroid levels and neurogenesis in electric fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 2434-2441

Dunlap K.D, and M. Chung*  (2012) Social novelty enhances brain cell proliferation, cellsurvival and chirp production in an electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus.  Developmental Neurobiology 73: 324-32.

Dunlap, K. D., D. Jashari* and K. M. Pappas* (2011) Glucocorticoid receptor blockade inhibits brain cell addition and aggressive signaling in electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus. Hormones and Behavior 60: 275-83.

Pappas*, K. and K. D. Dunlap (2011) Shocking comments: Electrocommunication in teleost fish. In: Farrell, A.P. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From genome to environment. Volume I, pp. 699-706. San Diego: Academic Press. 

Dunlap, K. D., A. C. Silva and M. Chung* (2011) Environmental complexity, seasonality andbrain cell proliferation in weakly electric fish, Brachyhypopomus gauderio. Journal of Experimental Biology 214: 794-805.

Anderson*, K. E., D. G. Blackburn, and K. D. Dunlap (2011) Scanning electron microscopy of the placental interface in the viviparous lizard,  Sceloporus jarrovi (Squamata: Phrynosomatidae). Journal of Morphology 272: 465-84.
 
Kristie E. Anderson, ’11, Daniel G. Blackburn, and Kent D. Dunlap.  2011.  Scanning EM of the placental interface in the mountain spiny lizard, Sceloporus jarrovi. Journal of Morphology 272: 465- 484. 
 
Kristie E. Anderson ’10, Daniel G. Blackburn, and Kent D. Dunlap (2011).  Scanning EM of the placental interface in the  mountain spiny lizard, Sceloporus jarrovi.  Journal of Morphology 272: 465- 484. 
 
Kent D. Dunlap, Denisa Jashari ‘10 and Kristina M. Pappas ’10 (2011). Glucocorticoid receptor blockade inhibits brain cell addition and aggressive signaling in electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus. Hormones and Behavior 60: 275-83.
 
Craig W. Schneider, Tayoot Chengsupanimit '14, and Gary W. Saunders (2011). A new genus and species from the North Atlantic, Archestenogramma profundum (Phyllophoraceae, Rhodophyta), with taxonomic resolution of the orphaned Leptofauchea brasiliensis. European Journal of Phycology 46: 442-452.
 
Kent D. Dunlap, Ana C. Silva and Michael Chung ‘11 (2011). Environmental complexity, seasonality and brain cell proliferation in weakly electric fish, Brachyhypopomus gauderio. Journal of Experimental Biology 214:794-805.
 
Kristina Pappas ‘10, and Kent D. Dunlap (2011). Shocking comments: Electrocommunication in teleost fish. In: Farrell, A.P. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From genome to environment. Volume I, pp. 699-706. San Diego: Academic Press.
 
Elisabeth N. Cianciola ‘10, Thea R. Popolizio, Craig W. Schneider and Christopher E. Lane (2010). Using molecular-assisted alpha taxonomy to better understand red algal biodiversity in Bermuda. Diversity 2010: 946-958. 
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Gregory S. Gavelis ’08, Kristie E. Anderson ’10, Amy R. Johnson ’03, and Kent D. Dunlap (2010).  Placental specializations in the mountain spiny lizard Sceloporus jarrovi.  Journal of Morphology 271: 1153-175.   
 
Kent D. Dunlap, Brett DiBenedictis ‘07 and Seth Banever ’09 (2010).  Chirping response of weakly electric knife fish (Apteronotus leptorhynchus) to low frequency electric  signals and to heterospecific electric fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 2234-2242. 
 
Joan L. Morrison, Kyle E. Pias ‘07, J. Cohen, and D. Catlin (2009). Environmental correlates of breeding in Florida’s Crested Caracaras. Auk 126(4):1-8. 
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Kristie E. Anderson ’10, Amy R. Johnson ’03, Siobhan R. Knight ’07, and Gregory S. Gavelis ’08 (2009).  Histology and ultrastructure of the placental membranes of the viviparous brown snake, Storeria dekayi (Colubridae: Natricinae).  Journal of Morphology 270: 1137-1154.
 
Ravin Ratan ’05, D.A. Mason, B. Sinnot, D.S. Goldfarb, and Robert J. Fleming (2008).  Drosophila importin alpha-1 performs paralog - specific functions essential for gametogenesis.  Genetics 178: 839-850.
 
Kent D. Dunlap, Elizabeth McCarthy ‘07, and Denisa Jashari ’10 (2008).  Electrocommunication signals alone are sufficient to increase neurogenesis in the brain of adult electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus.  Developmental Neurobiology 68: 1420-1428. 
 
Siobhan M. Knight ’07 and Daniel G. Blackburn (2008).  Scanning electron microscopy of the fetal membranes of an oviparous squamate, the corn snake Pituophis guttatus (Colubridae).  Journal of Morphology 269: 922-934.
 
Craig W. Schneider, Alison A. Parpal ‘08, Caitlyn Hunt’02 and Ravin Ratan ‘05  (2008).   Anoxic propagule survival in Vaucheria (Vaucheriales, Heterokontophyta) from New England riparian sediments.  Rhodora 110 (2008): 217-224.
 
Joan L. Morrison,, Kyle E. Pias '07, Jeff Abrams '04, Isabel G.W Gottlieb '09. M. Deyrup, and M. McMillian (2008).  Invertebrate diet of breeding and non-breeding Crested caracaras (Caracara cheriway) in Florida.  Journal of Raptor Research 42:38-47. 
 
C.M. Reddy, J.A. Demello, and Catherine A. Carmichael ’08 et al. (2008).   Determination of biodiesel blending percentages using natural abundance radiocarbon analysis: testing the accuracy of retail biodiesel blends.  Environmental Science Technology 42: 2476-2482.
 
Joan L. Morrison, Jeffrey L. Abrams ’04, M. Deyrup, T. Eisner, and M. McMillian (2007).  Noxious menu: chemically protected insects in the diet of the crested caracara. Southeastern Naturalist 6(1):1-14.
 
Joan L. Morrison and Kyle E. Pias ’07 (2006).  Assessing the vertebrate component of the diet of Florida’s crested caracaras (Caracara cheriway).  Florida Scientist 69: 36-43. 
 
Kent Dunlap, James F. Castellano ’05 and Alda Prendaj ’05 (2006). Social interaction and cortisol treatment increase cell addition and radial glia fiber density in the diencephalic periventricular zone of adult electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus.  Hormones and Behavior 50: 10-17.
 
Joan L. Morrison and William Chapman ‘06 (2006).  Can urban parks provide habitat for woodpeckers?  Northeastern Naturalist 12: 253-262. 
 
Allison Zanno ‘04, Nicholas Kwiatkowski ‘03, Alfin D.N. Vaz, and Hebe Guardiola - Diaz (2005).  MT FdR: a ferredoxin reductase from M. tuberculosis that couples to MT CYP51.  Biochimca et Biophysica Acta 1707: 157-169.  
 
Tung T. Trang, Vera Tannous, Y. Gu, Jessica Mosher ’02, and Robert J. Fleming (2004).  The Ser+r83k mutation is a second site mutation of SerD affecting the N- terminus of serrate.  Genesis 39: 42-51.
 
Kent D. Dunlap and Jonah Larkins-Ford '02 (2003).  Production of aggressive electrocommunication signals to progressively realistic social stimuli in male Apteronotus leptorhynchus. Ethology  109: 243-258.
 
Kent D. Dunlap and Jonah Larkins-Ford '02 (2003). Diversity in the structure of electrocommunication signals within a genus of electric fish, Apteronotus. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 189: 153-161.
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Amy R. Johnson ‘03, and Jennifer L. Petzold ‘03 (2003).  Histology of the extraembryonic membranes of an oviparous snake: towards a reconstruction of basal squamate patterns.  Journal of Experimental Zoology 290A: 48-58.
 
Daniel G. Blackburn and Rachel L. Lorenz ’00 (2003).  Placentation in garter snakes   Part  II.  Transmission EM of the chorioallantoic placenta of Thamnophis radix and T. sirtalis.  Journal of Morphology 256: 171-186. 
 
Daniel G. Blackburn and Rachel L. Lorenz ’00 (2003).  Placentation in garter snakes   Part  III.  Transmission EM of the omphalallantoic placenta of Thamnophis radix and T. sirtalis.  Journal of Morphology 256: 187-204.
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Kera K. Weaber ‘98, James R. Stewart, and Michael B. Thompson (2003).  Do pregnant lizards reabsorb or abort inviable eggs?  Morphological evidence from an Australian skink, Pseudemoia pagenstecheri.  Journal of Morphology 256: 219-234.
 
Scott R. Smedley, Katie A. Lafleur '02, Leah K. Gibbons '98, Josè E. Arce '02, Joel T. Brown '00, and Michelle L. Lozier '99  (2002).  Glandular hairs: pupal chemical defense in a non-native ladybird beetle (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Northeastern Naturalist 9:253-266.
 
Kent D. Dunlap and Lisa Oliveri '04 (2002)  Retreat site selection and social organization in captive electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 188: 469-477.
 
Scott R. Smedley, F.C. Schroeder, D.B. Weibel, J. Meinwald, Katie A. Lafleur '02, J.A. Renwick, R. Rutowski, and T. Eisner.  (2002).  Mayolenes: labile defensive lipids from the glandular hairs of a caterpillar (Pieris rapae). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 99:6822-6827.
 
Craig W. Schneider and Daniel C. McDevit ‘01 (2002).  Are earthworms a possible mechanism for airborne dispersal of the alga Vaucheria?  Northeastern Naturalist 9: 225-234.
 
Kent D. Dunlap, Patricia L. Pelczar ’00, and R. Knapp (2002).  Social interactions and cortisol treatment increase the production of aggressive electrocommunication signals in male electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus.  Hormones and Behavior 42: 97-108. 
 
Suma S. Magge ’01 and Hebe Guardiola-Diaz (2002).  Characterization of the mouse peroxisome proliferator - activated receptor d - gene.  Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 290: 230-235.
 
Daniel C. McDevit '01 and Craig W. Schneider (2002).  The survival of Vaucheria (Vaucheriaceae) propagules in New England riparian sediments after repeated freeze/ thaw cycles.  Rhodora 104: 161-169.
 
Megan E. Dunphy '00, Daniel C. McDevit '01, Christopher E. Lane '99, and Craig W. Schneider (2001). The survival of Vaucheria (Vaucheriaceae) propagules in desiccated New England riparian sediments.  Rhodora 103: 916-926.
 
Hebe M. Guardiola-Diaz, Lisa A. Foster, Darren Mushrush ‘00, and A. Vaz (2001).  Azole-antifungal binding to a novel cytochrome P450 from Mycobacterium tuberculosis: implications for treatment of tuberculosis.  Biochemical Pharmacology 61:1463-1470.
 
E. Kathleen Archer, T. Page Owen, Jr. Elaine M. Palucki ’95, and Shannon Allan ’96 (2000).  A plastid mutation in tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) is associated with reduced levels of mitochondrial cytochrome C oxidase and glycine decarboxylase.  Journal of Plant Physiology 156: 289-294.
 
Kent D. Dunlap, Arshad Yekta '99, and G. Troy Smith (2000). Temperature dependence of electrocommunication signals and in vitro firing rate of pacemaker neurons in an electric fish (Apteronotus leptorhynchus). Brain, Behavior and Evolution 55: 152-162.
 
Craig W. Schneider and Christopher E. Lane '99 (2000). A new species of Botryocladia (Rhodymeniales, Rhodophyta) from the Galápagos Islands. Cryptogamie, Algologie 21: 167-175.
 
Craig W. Schneider and Christopher E. Lane '99 (2000). Two species of Vaucheria new for New England, V. lii and V. racemosa.  Northeastern Naturalist 7: 25-32.
 

Presentations at Scientific Meetings:

Kent Dunlap and Michael Chung '11. Complex natural environments and social novelty enhance brain cell proliferation and survival in electric fish. Tenth International Congress of Neuroethology, College Park, Marylan (August 2012).
 
So Young Kim '14, Lorena Lazo de la Vega '14, Austin Tewksbury '13, J. De Sa, Alex S. Ettling, Christy Harrison, Ayaki Nakamoto, Terri A. Williams and Lisa M. Nagy. Requirements for posterior growth in sequentially segmenting arthropods. Society for Developmental Biology, Montreal, Canada (July 2012).
 
Todd Chengsupanimit '14, Craig W. Schneider, T. R. Popolizio, T.A. Shamp and C.E. Lane. Is Helminthocladia in the western Atlantic really the same as H. calvadosii from Europe? 51st Northeast Algal Symposium, Schoodic Education & Research Center, Acadia National Park, Maine (April 2012).
 
Amy K. Kivela '12, CraigW. Schneider, T.R. Popolizio and C.E. Lane. A molecular-assisted alpha taxonomic study of a putative Ethelia sp. (Peyssonneliaceae, Rhodophyta) from Bermuda. 51st Northeast Algal Symposium, Schoodic Education and Research Center, Acadia National Park, Maine (April 2012).
 
Lorenzo Sewanan '12 and Kent Dunlap. Analysis, reconstruction, and modeling of the electrical signal of the weakly electric fish. Meeting of the American Physical Society, Boston, Massachusetts (February 2012).
 
Lorenzo Sewanan '12 , Anson McCook '12, and Kent Dunlap (2011). Aggressive signaling of electric fish in social groups: Effect of spectral content, amplitude, and electrotaxis, Gordon Conference on Neuroethology, Easton, Massachusetts (August 2011).
 
Tiffany L. Damiani '12 and Lisa-Anne Foster. The effects of smoking on the bacterial communities of the upper respiratory tract. RegionaI Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, Randolph, MA (2011).
 
Kristie E. Anderson '10, Daniel G. Blackburn, and Kent D. Dunlap.  Placental morphology in the viviparous lizard Sceloporus jarrovi.  Ninth International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, Punta del Este, Uruguay (July 2010). 
 
Kristie E. Anderson '10, Daniel G. Blackburn, Nicole A. Freidenfelds, and Tracy Langkilde.  Fetal membrane structure and development in an oviparous lizard, Sceloporus undulatus.  Ninth International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, Punta del Este, Uruguay (July 2010).
 
Kristie E. Anderson '10 and Daniel G. Blackburn.  The placental interface in viviparous snakes, as revealed by scanning electron microscopy.  American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists meeting, Portland, Oregon (July 2009).
 
Kristie E. Anderson ‘10, Daniel G. Blackburn, and Kent D. Dunlap.  Scanning EM of the placental membranes in the viviparous lizard Sceloporus jarrovi.   Society of Comparative and Integrative Biology, Boston (January 2009).  SICB Abstracts, p. 2.112 (2009). 
 
Brett DiBenedictis ’07 and Kent D. Dunlap.  Low frequency electric signals: possible role in intraspecific and interspecific electrocommunication.  Gordon Conference on Neuroethology, Oxford, England (August 2008). 
 
Joan L. Morrison, Isabel G.W. Gottlieb ’09, Frances M.L. Thomas ’10, Connor Wells ’09, and Kyle E. Pias ’07.  Ecology of an urban red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) population. Annual meeting, Raptor Research Foundation, Missoula, Montana (September 2008).
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Kristie E. Anderson ‘10, Siobhan R. Knight ‘07, Amy R. Johnson ‘03, and Gregory S. Gavelis ‘08.  Functional morphology of the placentae in the viviparous thamnophine snake Storeria dekayi.  Sixth World Congress of Herpetology, Manaus, Brazil (August 2008). 
 
Gregory S. Gavelis ‘08, Daniel G. Blackburn, Kristie E. Anderson ‘10, and Kent D. Dunlap.   Placentation in the viviparous lizard Sceloporus jarrovi is unusually specialized.  Sixth World Congress of Herpetology, Manaus, Brazil (August 2008).
 
Joan L. Morrison, Kyle E. Pias ’07, and Isabel G.W. Gottlieb ’09.  Food habits of Florida's Crested caracaras (Caracara cheriway).  Annual meeting, Raptor Research Foundation, Fogelsville, PA (September, 2007). 
 
Siobhan M. Knight ’07 and Daniel G. Blackburn.  Scanning electron microscopy of the fetal membranes of an oviparous snake.  Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, p. 67.  Pierre and Marie Curie University, and Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France (July 2007). 
 
Gregory S. Gavelis ‘08, Kent. D. Dunlap, and Daniel G. Blackburn.  Placental specializations in the viviparous lizard Sceloporus jarrovi.  Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, p. 44.  Pierre and Marie Curie University, and Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France (July 2007). 
 
Elizabeth McCarthy ‘07, Kent D. Dunlap, and Denisa Jashari ’10.  Electrocommunication signals alone increase radial glial fiber density in the brain of adult electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus.  International Congress of Neuroethology, Vancouver, British Columbia (2007).  
 
Alison A. Parpal ’06 and Craig W. Schneider.  The effects of extended periods of anoxia on Vaucheria propagules in Connecticut riparian sediments.  45th Northeast Algal Symposium, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York (April 2006). 
 
Joan L. Morrison and Kyle E. Pias ’07.  Aspects of the diet of the northern Crested caracara in Florida.  4th North American Ornithological Conference, Veracruz, Mexico (October, 2006).
 
Sarah E. Arnold ’06 and Scott R. Smedley.  Duvane diterpenes in hair-borne droplets defend tobacco budworm (Heliothis virescens) caterpillars from predation.  Council on Undergraduate Research Poster Session on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.  (2006). 
 
Doug M. Rendell ’05,  Jennifer R. Tetreault ’05,  Frank C. Schroeder, and Scott R. Smedley.  A chemical, ecological, and taxonomic study of glandular hairs in pierid butterfly caterpillars.  Annual Meeting of the Lepidopterists’ Society, Sierra Vista, Arizona (2005). 
 
Doug M. Rendell ’05,  Jennifer R. Tetreault ’05,  Frank C. Schroeder, and Scott R. Smedley.  A chemical, ecological, and taxonomic study of glandular hairs in pierid butterfly caterpillars.  Connecticut Entomological Society meeting, Hartford, Connecticut (2005).
 
Sarah E. Arnold ’06, Amy E. Schoenfeld ’00, Rachael L. Currao ’03, Frank C. Schroeder, and Scott R. Smedley.  Hair-borne droplets in caterpillars: unsavory appetizers that may prevent a predator's meal. Connecticut Entomological Society meeting, Hartford, Connecticut (2005). 
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Amy R. Johnson ‘03, and Jennifer L. Petzold ‘03.  Fetal membranes as exaptations for viviparity:  evidence from ultrastructural studies on oviparous corn snakes.   Fifth World Congress of Herpetology, University of Stellenbosch, Republic of South Africa (June 2005). Conference Proceedings p. 122.   
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Amy R. Johnson ‘03, and Jennifer L. Petzold ‘03.  Ultrastructure of the fetal membranes in the oviparous corn snake, Pantherophis guttatus.  Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Meeting, San Diego, California (January 2005).  Integrative and Comparative Biology 44: 678 (2005).
 
Jessica H. Koranda ‘05, Susan A. Masino, and Joseph D. Bronzino.  Adenosine A1E receptor deficiency alters hippocampal long-term potentiation in freely moving mice.  Proc. IEEE 31st Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey (2005). 
 
Robert J. Fleming, Ravin Ratan ’05, D. Adam Mason, and D. Goldfarb (2005).  Characterization of deletions removing the importin alpha-1 locus of Drosophila melanogaster.   46th Annual Drosophila Research Congress.  San Diego (2005).
 
Sarah E. Arnold ’06, Amy E. Schoenfeld ’00, Rachael L. Currao ’03, Frank C. Schroeder, and Scott R. Smedley.  Hair-borne droplets in caterpillars: unsavory appetizers that may prevent a predator's meal. Connecticut Entomological Society meeting, Hartford, Connecticut (2005). 
 
Scott R. Smedley, Frank C. Schroeder, Amy E. Schoenfeld ’00, Sarah E. Arnold ‘06, and  Rachael L. Currao ‘00.  Anointment of cuticular hairs with tobacco metabolites protects a larval moth (Heliothis virescens) from predation.  Annual Meeting of the Lepidopterists’ Society, Sierra Vista Arizona (2005). 
 
Sarah E. Arnold ’06, Frank C. Schroeder, and Scott R. Smedley.  An ecological and chemical examination of glandular hairs in two pierid butterfly caterpillars (Pieris virginiensis and Anthocharis midea).  Annual Meeting of the Lepidopterists’ Society, Sierra Vista, Arizona (2005).
 
James Castellano '05, Doris Luk '05, Alda Prendaj '05, and Kent Dunlap.  Social interaction increases cell proliferation and vimentin expression, but not neurogenesis in brains of adult electric fish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus. Seventh International Congress of Neuroethology, Nyborg, Denmark (2004).
 
Jason Gallant '05 and Kent Dunlap.  Electrocommunication signal diversity within Apteronotus may be due to varied properties of glutamate receptors. Seventh International Congress of Neuroethology, Nyborg, Denmark (2004).
 
Jessica Koranda ‘05, Jessie Turcotee ‘07, H. Griffis, J. Harry Blaise, Susan A. Masino, and Joseph D. Bronzino.  Electrophysiological study of LTP induction in the dentate gyrus of freely moving mice lacking adenosine A1 receptors.  Proceedings of the 2004 Biomedical Engineering Society Fall Meeting, Philadelphia (October 2004). 
 
Joan L. Morrison and Erin J. Riley ‘04.  Urban parks as habitat islands with importance for conservation of regional biodiversity.  Presentation to the Annual Meeting of Society for Conservation Biology, New York City (August 2004).
 
Kent Dunlap, Doris Luk ‘05, and James Castellano ‘05. Social influences on adult neurogenesis in the brains of weakly electric fish.  2004 Conference on Neural Engineering, Biomedical Engineering Alliance of Connecticut (BEACON).
 
Lisa-Anne Foster and Kari Ann Sweeney '03. Regulation of heme biosynthesis in Bordetella bronchiseptica. 103 rd General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, Washington DC (2003). 
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, D.G., Amy R. Johnson ‘03, and Jennifer L. Petzold ‘03.  Placental ultrastructure in the brown snake Storeria dekayi.  Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Toronto Canada (January 2003).  SICB 2002 (abstracts of the annual meeting), p. 118.
  
Amy R. Johnson ‘03, Jennifer L. Petzold ‘03, and Daniel G. Blackburn.  Morphology and evolution of fetal membranes in snakes.  Regional meeting of the Division of Vertebrate Morphology, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Harvard University (September 2002).  
 
Kent D. Dunlap and Jonah Larkins-Ford '02.  Diversity in the structure of electrocommunication signals within a genus of electric fish, Apteronotus.  Gordon Conference on Neuroethology, Oxford, England (2002). 
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Kera K. Weaber ‘98, James R. Stewart, and Michael B. Thompson.  Do pregnant lizards reabsorb or abort inviable eggs?  Morphological evidence from an Australian skink, Pseudemoia pagenstecheri.   Annual Meeting, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Anaheim, California (January, 2002).  SICB 2002, p. 128.
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Jennifer L. Petzold ‘03, and Amy R. Johnson ‘03.  Cytology of the developing extraembryonic membranes of an oviparous snake (Elaphe guttata).  Sixth International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology.  University of Jena, Germany (July, 2001).  Journal of Morphology 248: 207 (2001).
 
Anthony J. DeNicola '88 and Michael A. O'Donnell.  Den site selection and movement patterns of female raccoons following removal and exclusion from residences. 57th Annual Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference, Saratoga Springs, New York (April, 2001).
 
Daniel C. McDevit `01 and Craig W. Schneider.  The effects of repeated freezing and thawing cycles on Vaucheria  (Vaucheriaceae) propagules in Connecticut riparian sediments, 40th Northeast Algal Symposium, Plymouth,Massachusetts (April 2001).
 
Tyler Charlesworth’00, Ann H. Lehman, and Daniel G. Blackburn.  Histology and ultrastructure of the extraembryonic membranes of the quail.  Society  for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Chicago, Illinois (January 2001).  American Zoologist 39 (2000).
 
Daniel G. Blackburn, Amy R. Johnson ‘03, and Jennifer L. Petzold ‘03.  Histology of the extraembryonic membranes of the oviparous corn snake, Elaphe guttata.  Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Chicago, Illinois (January 2001).  American Zoologist 40: 945-946 (2000).
 
Anthony DeNicola '88, Michael O'Donnell, Mariah Titlow '00, John Whitehouse '00, Jeremy Brooks '99, Stephanie Corbett '99, and Christopher Newhall '99.  Den site selection and movement patterns of female raccoons following removal and exclusion from residences. Wildlife Damage Management Conference, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania (October, 2000).
 
Lisa-Anne Foster and Erica L. Veysey ‘99. Cloning and characterization of the hemA gene from Bordetella bronchiseptica.  100th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology. Los Angeles, CA (May 2000).
 
Megan E. Dunphy '00, Christopher E. Lane '99, and Craig W. Schneider. The effects of desiccation and freezing on Vaucheria propagules in Connecticut riparian sediments. 39th Northeast Algal Symposium, Whispering Pines, Rhode Island (May, 2000).