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Whole body regeneration in a colonial ascidian, Botrylloides violaceus.
- F. Brown, E. Keeling, A. Lê, B. Swalla
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of experimental zoology. Part B…
- 15 December 2009
Colonial ascidians are the only chordates to undergo whole body regeneration (WBR), the ability to form an entirely new individual from the peripheral vasculature. Here we describe WBR in… Expand
A statistical analysis of student questions in a cell biology laboratory.
Asking questions is an essential component of the practice of science, but question-asking skills are often underemphasized in science education. In this study, we examined questions written by… Expand
A Novel Assessment Tool for Quantitative Evaluation of Science Literature Search Performance: Application to First-Year and Senior Undergraduate Biology Majors
- J. M. Blank, K. McGaughey, E. Keeling, Kristen L. Thorp, Conor C. Shannon, Jeanine M. Scaramozzino
- Computer Science
- Coll. Res. Libr.
- 1 November 2016
We develop a cross-sectional, crossover assessment of literature-searching skills in science students and apply it to aCross-sectional Assessment of literature searching performance in 145 first-year and 43 senior biology majors. Expand
Easy Ways to Promote Inquiry in a Laboratory Course: The Power of Student Questions.
Hybrid Genome Assembly of a Regenerative Chordate
STUB Network: Statisticians and Biologists Improving Statistics Education in Introductory Biology
Investigation of Wnt Pathway Genes in a Highly Regenerative Marine Invertebrate
The Expression of Alkaline Phosphatase in Colonial Ascidians
The goal of this project was to better understand anatomical and physiological characteristics of the colonial ascidian, Botrylloides violaceus, a marine tunicate species. One reason for studying… Expand
ESTABLISHMENT AND VALIDATION OF A NOVEL FUCCI (FLUORESCENT UBIQUITINATION-BASED CELL CYCLE INDICATOR) SYSTEM IN AN IN VITRO CHRONIC MYELOID LEUKEMIA MODEL A Thesis
TITLE: Establishment and validation of a novel Fucci (fluorescent ubiquitination-based cell cycle indicator) in an in vitro chronic myeloid leukemia model AUTHOR: Jane Isquith ABSTRACT Establishment… Expand