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J. Scott Adams

J Scott Adams; Dr. Will Pearse Lab

Prediction of Phenological Events Using Historical Data

Trevor Anderson

Trevor Anderson; Dr. Sara Freeman Lab

Quantitative analysis of oxytocin receptor densities in the brain of the coyote (Canis latrans)

Rebecca Bernhardt

Rebecca Bernhardt; Dr. Scott Bernhardt LabInsecticide resistance of alfalfa pests, Hypera postica and Lygus spp. using adapted CDC bottle assays for an agricultural setting

Samuel Clark

Samuel Clark; Dr. Jon Takemoto LabMesobiliverdin-Enriched Feed Supplement to Benefit Rabbit Gut Health.

Joshua Corry

Joshua Corry; Dr. Justin Jones LabHagworm Silk Synthesis and Strength

Erica Espinoza

Erica Espinoza; Dr. James Pitts LabCleptoparasitic Spider Wasps (Pompilidae): An Interesting Case of Convergent Evolution

Anna C. Figgins

Anna Figgins; Dr. Karen Kapheim Lab

Understanding the role of small non-coding RNA in bumble bee reproduction –Survival analysis

Porter Green

Porte Green; Dr. Abby Benninghoff LabMouse model for Colorectal Cancer, Microbiome and Nutrition Research

Hillary Ihrig

Hillary Ihrig; Dr. Sara Freeman LabDoes the human-selective oxytocin receptor antagonist L-368,899 bind selectively to the coyote (Canis latrans) oxytocin receptor?

Alyssa Israelsen

Alyssa Israelsen; Dr. Frank Messina LabHow does life-history variation in a pest insect affect estimates of host-plant resistance?

Taylor Kenyon

Taylor Kenyon; Dr. Jessica Habashi LabExamining Ages of Birds That Have Fatally Collided With Windows at USU's C&SS building, Brigham City, UT.

Jacob Larkin

Jacob Larkin; Dr. Jessica Habashi LabAnalyzing Fatal Bird-Window Collisions Occurring on USU’s C&SS Building, Brigham City, Utah

Hunter Martin

Hunter Martin; Dr. Jessica Habashi LabBird-Window Collision Mitigation at USU’s C&SS Building, Brigham City, Utah

Matthew Mattoon

Matthew MattoonTesting Novel Drug Efficacy with Immunohistochemistry of Mouse Ventral Tegmental Area (VTA)

Marianne Maughan

Marianne Maughan; Dr. Sara Freeman LabA New Approach to Staining Oxytocin Receptors in Prairie Vole Brain Tissue

Zoe Meyer

Zoe Meyer; Dr. Brett Hurst LabStudy of in vitro Remdesivir Resistance for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (COVID-19)

Camilla Moses

Camilla Moses; Dr. Noelle Beckman LabImportance of Experiment Replication in Understanding Distribution of ʻAlalā Seed Retention Time

Blake Nielson

Blake Nielson; Dr. Sara Freeman LabIs L-368,899 able to replace ALS-II-69 as a human-selective oxytocin receptor antagonist?

Autumn Rees

Autumn Rees; Dr. Caron von Dohlen LabPhylogenetics and Genomics of Insects and Insect Symbiont Relationships

McKenna Rich

McKenna Rich; Dr. Sara Freeman LabDoes the human-selective oxytocin receptor antagonist L-368,899 bind selectively to the coyote (Canis latrans) oxytocin receptor?

Miles Robertson

Miles Robertson; Dr. Ryan Jackson LabSynthesizing Octahedral Polyomavirus Capsids for Cryogenic Electron Microscopy

Max Swain

Max Swain and Tyson Weight

Development And Nutritive Value Of High Altitude-Grown Alfalfa and Meadow Bromegrass

Matthew Webb

Matthew Webb; Dr. Sara Freeman Lab

Is L-368,899 able to replace ALS-II-69 as a human-selective oxytocin receptor antagonist?

Tyson Weight

Tyson Weight and Max Swain

Development And Nutritive Value Of High Altitude-Grown Alfalfa and Meadow Bromegrass

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