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Student papers from previous BIOS 569 sessions: 1994

Altesleben, Amy. Diet composition of two minnow species in Tenderfoot Creek. Advisor: Marty Berg

Broghammer, Elizabeth. Sphagnum moss of four bog habitats. Advisor: Ron Hellenthal

Clare, Todd. Differential leaf decomposition in pools and riffles of a northern Michigan stream. Advisor: Marty Berg

Cordes, Rebecca. Relative importance of nutrient addition and light reduction on the productivity of algal communities. Advisor: Rick Carlton

Daly, Kathleen. Relative importance of nutrient limitation and zooplankton grazing on productivity of algal communities. Advisor: Rick Carlton

DeMaria, Jamie. Effects of androgens and estrogens on the development of anurans. Advisor: Sunny Boyd

Gary, Megan. Anisoptera at the University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center: summer 1994. Advisor: George Craig

Gerlach, Karen. Tests in general field herbivore preference among vegetables and Orconectes propinquus preference among macrophytes. Advisor: David Lodge

Keaney, Patrick. The effectiveness of various trapping techniques in collecting Ixodes scapularis and other species of ticks. Advisor: George Craig

Keaney, Patrick. A preliminary study on the effectiveness of 1-octen-3-ol as a mosquito attractant. Advisor: Geroge Craig

Kilbane, Brendan. A survey of the insect population of four bog lakes. Advisor: Ron Hellenthal

Mayglothling, Julie. Aquatic insect communities in vernal ponds: influence of habitat duration. Advisor: Jeff Runde

Thuente, Dan. Frog populations among four north temperate bogs of different pH values. Advisor: Ron Hellenthal

Wallace, Karen. Modification of the calling behavior of Hyla versicolor by AVT. Advisor: Sunny Boyd

Walsh, Curtis. A study of ectoparasites from mammals of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Advisor: George Craig

Wissing, Katherine. Herbivory on submersed and floating water lily leaves (Nuphar variegatum and Nymphaea odorata) in two lakes. Advisor: David Lodge

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