Presentations

Presentations:

 *denotes undergraduate student co-author

Cell Proliferation and Migration in Regeneration in Lumbriculus variegatus.  Kay Tweeten and Amy Potthoff*.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Phoenix, AZ January 2007

Kay Tweeten and Beth Mackenthun*. Analysis of Protein Expression During Regeneration in Lumbriculus variegatus, 9th International Polychaete Conference, August 2007, Portland, Maine

Josephine Anuforo*, Beth Roeschlein*, and Kay Tweeten.  Analysis of Protein Expression during Regeneration in Lumbriculus variegatus.  75th Annual Meeting of the MN Academy of Sciences, April 2008, St. Paul, MN

Josephine Anuforo*, Beth Roeschlein*, and Kay Tweeten Analysis of Protein Expression during Regeneration in Lumbriculus variegatus.  National Council for Undergraduate Research Annual Meeting. Salisbury, MD April 2008.

Josephine Anuforo*, Beth Roeschlein*, and Kay Tweeten Analysis of Protein Expression during Regeneration in Lumbriculus variegatus.  Science at St. Kate’s Day. April 2008.

Kay Tweeten, Josephine Anuforo*, and Chayo Smith*. Proteomic analysis of regeneration and molecular analysis of degrowth in Lumbriculus variegatus.  College of St. Catherine Biology Seminar Series, May 2008.

Kay Tweeten, Self-directed Questioning as a Means to Learning Biology in a Non-majors Course.  Inclusive Science Conference. College of St. Catherine, June 2008

 Andrea Bruns*, Tawny Herdegen*, Lucy Hewitt*, Priyanka Reddy Soukkham Veerasaen* and Kay Tweeten, Lumbriculus variegatus populations show variation in Chromosome Number. Science at St. Kate’s Day, April 2009.

Kay Tweeten, Lumbriculus variegatus populations show variation in chromosome numbers, protein profiles, responses to cadmium chloride and modes of reproduction.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Seattle, WA. January 2010

Curiosity, Questioning, Applying the Known, More than One Head: Leading to Great Moments in Science, Kay Tweeten, Stories of Discovery Series sponsored by the Endowed Chair in the Sciences, St. Catherine University, March 2010

Courtney Agar*, Amber Barnes*, Kelsey Boeff*, Michelle Gagne*, Sara Holland*, Taylor Hunding*, Melvina Kpanquoi*, Narlina Lalani*, Brittney Morse*, Swathi Reddy*, Carley Scherbel*, Jessie Shannon*, Katie Shaw*, Venna Tschida*, Chai Vang* and Kay Tweeten.  Expression of b-catenin in regenerating tissue of Lumbriculus variegatus. Science at St. Kate’s Day. May 2010.

Hannah Ross* and Kay Tweeten.  Differences in extracellular hemoglobin from diploid and polyploid populations of Lumbriculus variegatus.  Science at St. Kate’s Day. May 2010.

Regeneration Capacity Observed in Embryos of the Annelid, Lumbriculus variegatus.  Kay Tweeten and Chai Vang*.  19th Annual Developmental Biology Symposium, “Developmental Plasticity:  Cells Changing Their Plans,” University of MN Developmental Biology Center and Stem Cell Institute, University of MN, September 2010.

Analysis of Sexual Reproduction in Lumbriculus Species. Kay Tweeten and Chai Vang*.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Salt Lake City, Utah, January 2011

Patterns of Cleavage and Gastrulation in Embryos of Freshwater Oligochaetes from the Lumbriculus Complex.  Kay Tweeten and Allison Abitz*.  20th Annual Developmental Biology Symposium, “The Ties That Bind:  Cell Junction and Adhesion in Development,” University of MN Developmental Biology Center and Stem Cell Institute, University of MN, September 2011.

 

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