Christopher M Berger

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Quantitative structure-activity relationships have been found among macrolide antibacterial agents in their potencies against the bacterial pathogen Pasteurella multocida both in vitro and in mouse infections. To obtain these relationships we measured, among other things, the pK(a)'s and log P's of 15 known macrolides of diverse structures. Among these(More)
Understanding how thermal selection affects phenotypic distributions across different time scales will allow us to predict the effect of climate change on the fitness of ectotherms. We tested how seasonal temperature variation affects basal levels of cold tolerance and two types of phenotypic plasticity in Drosophila melanogaster. Developmental acclimation(More)
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