BIOL 402s Animal Physiology — Student Research
Students work with one another and faculty to conduct original research in Biology Department classes.
Below are some student research posters developed in Dr. Beth Leuck's BIOL 402s Animal Physiology class.
The Effect of Low Concentration Sulfate on the Shell Growth and Body Mass of the Mystery Snail
Effects of glyphosate on the metabolic rate of emperor scorpions
Diet Assimilation and Growth Rates of Tobacco Hornworms in the Presence and Absence of Three Common Insect Repellents: DEET, Picaridin, and Geraniol
The Effects of Different Concentrations of Estradiol on the Reproductive Efficiency of Drosophila melangogaster
The Effects of Different Spectracide® Concentrations on Mass-Specific Metabolic Rates of Chinese Fire Belly Newts
The Effects of Methylin and Diazepam on Temperature Tolerances in Gambusia affinis
The Effects of different concentrations of chlorine on Gambusia affinis at various temperatures
The Effect of Antidepressants on the Food Intake and Weight of Mice
Effects of Various Fertilizers on Earthworm Metabolism and Soil pH
Toxicity and Effect of Different Concentrations of Myristica fragrans (Nutmeg) on CO2 Production by Tenebrio molitor (Mealworm) and Acheta domesticus (House Cricket)