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April 19, 2007
Biology majors in the senior seminar course at Southwestern Oklahoma State University will present their term papers as poster presentations this Monday and Tuesday, April 23-24, on the Weatherford campus.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
The presentations will be held on the second floor of the Science Building. The theme of this semester’s posters is insects. Posters will be available for viewing from 9 a.m. through 5 p.m. both days. Authors will be available for questions from 4-5 p.m. on Monday.
Participants, along with their poster topic, are:
- Sarah Gordon, Del City, Mimicry
- Rinnah Wyatt, Okemah, Male insect reproduction
- Tiffany Roland, Altus, Mantids and sexual cannibalism
- Quynh Lam, Oklahoma City, Behavioral aspects of eusocial wasps
- Cherilyn Pritchett, Del City, Migration of the monarch butterfly
- Tyler DeVaughan, Binger, Ants and their roles as social insects
- Zac Moody, Norman, Using sex pheromones to control the codling moth
- Lenzie Matlock, Roland, The causes and effects of pesticide resistance
- Kerri Elliott, Hammon, Resistance of the diamondback moth to Bacillus toxins
The senior seminar is the capstone course for the biology major.