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Friday Paper Presentations *Denotes Student Presenter "Denotes Student Research in Progress.

Section I: Biological Sciences Science Hall W1002 Paul T. Arnold, Presiding

1:00 CREATING A DRUG-SENSITIVE PICHIA PASTORIS YEAST STRAIN THROUGH GENE DELETION OF PUTATIVE DRUG TRANSPORTER TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS**, Shawna McCafferty*, E. Holcomb*, D. Sloan', S. Aller and B. Dunn

1:15 INFLUENCE OF GENE NETWORK TOPOLOGY ON CELLU- LAR AGING**, Brittany Jackson* and H. Qin

1:30 SIMULATED PREDATION AND RELEASE OF ALARM CUES BY PLANARIANS, Jessica L. Winkler*, C.B. Winkler* and F.S. Corotto

1:45 SEASONAL VARIATION IN POPULATION DISTRIBUTION OF SUS SCROFA ON COWDEN PLANTATION, JACKSON, SOUTH CAROLINA**, Grace C. Jansen* and B. Saul

2:00 THE USE OF TRAIL CAMERAS TO ESTIMATE EFFECTS OF PREDATOR ACTIVITY ON PREY DISTRIBUTION IN A FLOODPLAIN RIPARIAN WOODLAND, Jessica Miller and B. Sat il

2:15 FIELD EVALUATION OF WILDLIFE POPULATION RESPONS- ES TO FATTY ACID SCENTED CHEMICAL ATTRACTANTS, Kathleen E. Kelley', R. Lancaster*, L. Justice* and B. Saul

2:30 ECTOPARASITES OF THE WHITE-TAILED DEER (ODOCOI- LEUS VIRGIN1ANUS) IN SOUTHEAST GEORGIA**, Willie Lee Adams, Jr.* and J. Wedincamp, Jr.

2:45 TORTOISE POPULATION PERSISTENCE: 10 YEARS POST CONSTRUCTION**, Cody Osting*, R. Phillips'. B.Simmons, J. Weclincamp, Jr. and J. McGuire

3:00 Break

3:15 THE ENERGETIC BENEFITS OF HUDDLING IN OCHRON- TOMYS NUTTALLI**, Alexa N. Gusmerottr, W.H. Miller', G.W. Barrett and T. L. Barrett

3:30 METAL TOLERANCE AND ACCUMULATION IN A RARE PLANT SPECIES, PEDIOMELUM PIEDMONTANUM (FABA-CEAE)*, Jessica Padgett*, Elgin N. Hobbs*, J. Ramos and S.T. Bennetts

3:45 INOCULATION WITH RHIZOBIUM AND HERBIVORY BY MEGACOPTA CRIBRARIA AFFECT SOYEAN PHYTOCHEMISTRY AND SUCCESSIVE HERBIVORES**, Anne 0. Zimmerman and C.B. Zehncler

4:00 DOCUMENTING CHANGES IN MOTH LIFECYCLE AND ABUNDANCE CAUSED BY URBAN WARMING**, Trung Quach**, Yen Duong*, I.Y. Rickets, J. Pickering and J.M. Lochamy

4:15 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, THE GIANT WATERBUG (BELOSTOMA LUTARIUM), TO CONTROL SNAIL POPULATIONS**, Peter M. Schlueter, R.A. Fiorillo and M.A. Schlueter

4:30 AN EVALUATION OF GEORGIA'S MASON BEES (OSMIA SPECIES) AND THEIR NESTING PREFERENCES**, Nicholas G. Stewart' and M.A. Schlueter

4:45 OBSERVING AND MEASURING THE POLLINATION EFFEC- TIVENESS OF ANDRENA CRATAEGI AND OTHER BEES IN COMMERCIAL APPLE ORCHARDS, Catherine G. Schlueter', N.G. Stewart and M.A. Schlueter

Posters will be displayed through 7:00 Section II: Chemistry Science Hall E1051 Ghislain Mandouma, Presiding

Section II: Chemistry

science Hall E1051

Ghislain Mandouma, Presiding

3:15 THE MORPHOLOGY OF MOLYBDENUM TRIOXIDE NANOPARTICLE DEPOSITION ON CARBON NANOTUBE NETWORKS**, Ligiu Zheng*, Jerry Li and K.C. Chan

3:30 SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF OLIGO- BENZO[c] CINNOLINE ETHYNYLENES AS MOLECULAR JUNCTIONS**, Bridgette Sands', Danielle Mitchell and Gillslain Manclouma

Posters will be displayed through 7:00

Section IV: Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science and Technology

Science Hall W1008

Hasson M. Tavossi, Presiding

1:30 SITE PERCOLATION IN TRIANGULAR AND KAGOME LATTICE, John Calhoun Stephens and Trinanjan Datta

1:45 DYNAMIC PHASE TRANSITION IN THE CLASSICAL ANISOTROPIC XY MODEL ON A SQUARE LATTICE, Jones E. Jenkins, William D. Baez and Trinanjan Datta

2:00 DISTORTIONS IN 2p4d PARTIAL FLUORESCENCE YIELD FOR 4d ELEMENTS, Alexander Price, Frank de Groot and Trinanjan Datta

2:15 OBSERVATIONS OF CHANGES IN FLUORESCENCE DECAY TIMES IN RUBIDIUM VAPOR EXPOSED TO MAGNETIC FIELDS, Chris Cutler and Tom Colbert

2:30 MODELING INCANDESCENT BULB SPECTRA, Austin B. Kerlin, J.E. Hasbun and Ajith DeSilva

2:45 BROADENING THE REACH OF SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION: THE MILLIKAN OIL DROP EXPERIMENT A SIMULATION, Benjamin E. Hogan and Javier E. Hasbun

3:00 Break

3:15 MODELING THE SOLAR SPECTRUM, Marcus A. Davis, Austin B. Kerlin, Ajith DeSilva and J.E. Hasbun

3:30 SPEED OF SOUND IN WATER AND IN SALT SOLUTIONS AT VARIOUS CONCENTRATIONS, Daniel Hartman, Ben Jenkins and Bob Powell

3:45 INFLUENCE OF MICROSTRUCTURE ON HYDROGEN DIFFUSION AND CORROSION DAMAGE IN STEEL, J. Brant, KkochNim Oh. A. Saatchi and B. Hojjatie

4:00 MECHANICAL STRENGTH OF DENTAL PORCELAIN, C. G.

Ponce, L. Hale, M. N. Tran and B. Hojjatie

4:15 INVESTIGATION OF LOW-COST C[U.sub.2]-CUI BASED PHO- TOVOLTAIC DEVICES WITH NEAR INFRARED RESPONSE, Ryan Landry, P.K.D.D. P. Pitigala, Ajith DeSilva and A. G. U. Perera

4:30 A COMPARISON BETWEEN SEISMIC WAVE GRADIOMETRY AND FK ANALYSIS IN THE ESTIMATION OF THE SLOWNESS VECTOR, A.Hughes and C. Poppeliers

4:45 TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE OF DIAMOND AND SILVER NANOMATERIALS, Natalee Hite, Evan Reed, Matthew Ansley and Ben de Mayo

5:00 MEASURING THE RESISTIVITY OF PRODUCE, Adam Pullen and J.L. Talbot

5:15 DESIGNING A NOBLE MILITARY VEHICLE, Richard (Seong Hyun) An and B. Hojjatie

5:30 FLEXIBLE GROUPING IN A MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH CLASS- ROOM, Carla M. Poole and R.A. Cooper

Posters will be displayed through 7:00

SATURDAY PAPER PRESENTATIONS

*Denotes student presenter

**Denotes student research in progress Section I: Biological

Sciences Science Hall W1002

Paul T. Arnold, Presiding

8:15 MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS OF CHARACODON (GOODEIDAE): PHYLOGENY BASED ON A NUCLEAR LOCUS, Joshua W. McCausland* and S.A. Webb

8:30 EVALUATION OF SAMPLING METHODS FOR MONITORING THE SICKLEFIN REDHORSE MOXOSTOMA SP. IN GEORGIA, David J. Atwood* and J.G. Davis

8:45 THE IMPACT OF LOCAL WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT TO A BIODIVERSE MOUNTAIN HEADWATER STREAM FISH COMMUNITY, Alex Spiegel and J.G. Davis

9:00 HABITAT PREFERENCES AND POPULATION CHARACTER- ISTICS OF A STATE-ENDANGERED CRAYFISH IN THE UPPER HIWASSEE RIVER, Brittany Henry*, S. Weaver and J.G. Davis

9:15 A MORPHOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE SKIN OF HAG- FISH MYX1NE GLUTINOSA (AGNATHA: MYXINI), Rasheecla S. Rickman*, A.J. Clark and T.A. Uyeno

9:30 A DYADIC ANALYSIS OF ACOUSTIC COMMUNICATION IN PROCAMBARUS SPICUL1FER (CAMBARIDAE)**, Cambrielle N. Sander*, D.L. Bechler*, J.S. Reece and T.A. Uyeno

9:45 DEVELOPMENT OF RADTAG LIBRARIES AND SEQUENCING FOR THE ION TORRENT PERSONAL GENOME MACHINE**, RA.Dadzie, J.F. Elder and B. Ring

10:00 Section Business Meeting

Posters will be displayed through 11:59 AM

POSTERS

AN INVESTIGATION OF MARINE BIOFILMS FOUND ON THREE FISH SPECIES ALONG THE SOUTHEASTERN US**, Chris Bates, C.F. Best* and J.M. Ream muth

A FIELD EVALUATION OF CAMERA AND LURE TYPES ON CAMERA-TRAPPING SUCCESS IN CENTRAL GEORGIA, Mark R. Beatty* and M.J. Bender

A COMPARISON OF SURFACE AND DEEP POPULATIONS OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO**, Courtney M Bryller*, V.F. Nienow*, M. Waters and J.A. Nienow

DIGITAL MINIONS: OUTSOURCING RESEARCH TASKS TO SMARTPHONES AND OTHER HARDWARE, S.C. Burnett

POPULATION DENSITIES OF VARIOUS WILDLIFE SPECIES ON COWDEN PLANTATION, JACKSON, SOUTH CAROLINA, Austin Coleman', S. Mannix*, J. Miller*, G. Jansen', R. Lancaster*, L. Justice*, K. Kelley* and B. Saul

NEW COUNTY RECORDS OF AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES IN GEORGIA, Ashley W. Dean*, A.L.J. Duffus, T.M. Ward*, L.A. West*, J.M. Strickland*, M.J. Bender, G.D. Hartman, N.B. Hays*, Z. Burke* and S. Croft*

ECOLOGY OF THE LARGE MOUTH BASS (M1CROPTERUS SALMON01-DES) AND BLUEGILL (LEPOMIS MACROCHIRUS) POPULATIONS IN THE GORDON STATE COLLEGE POND USING MARK-RECAPTURE: TWO YEARS OF DATA**, Philip Gregory*, C. Sander-Fletcher*. J.C. George and A.L.J. Duffus

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN INEXPENSIVE MULTIPURPOSE UNDERWATER SENSOR USING ARDUINOTM, Eng Hearn*, K. Lansing*, J. Lundeen*, J. O'Meara*, T. Mujadzic*, C. Bates and J. Hauger

AN EVALUATION OF THE RELATIVE INFLUENCE OF INSECT ORDERS ON BAT ACTIVITY IN BARNESVILLE, GEORGIA, Leah D. Herring*, J.D. Nestor* and M.J. Bender

PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF FISHES SURROUNDING ST. CATHERINES ISLAND**, A.L. Hurst', C.F. Best*, K.A. Jonske*, J.W. Moak*, G.D. Carroll, C.W. Lambert and B.M. Saul

EVALUATION OF HEAVY METAL ACCUMULATION AND DISEASE IN VIRGINIA OPOSSUMS (DIDELPHIS VIRGINIANA) FROM NORTH FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA, D.B. James and J.M. Lockhart

MORPHOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATIONS OF HYALELLA AZTECA FROM FRESHWATER SPRINGS IN FLORIDA, U.S.A.**, Taylor A. Mac-Mackin*. K. Oh* and T.R. Sawicki

FECAL PELLET MORPHOMETRY AS AN INDICATOR OF BODY SIZE IN NINE-BANDED ARMADILLOS (DASYPUS NOVEMCINCTUS) FROM THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES**, B.A. Mixon* and C.M. McDonough

ICHTHYOFAUNA OF PHINIZY SWAMP NATURE PARK, AUGUSTA, GA, Jason W. Moak and B.M. Saul

LONG-TERM OBSERVATIONS OF FISH COMMUNITIES AND WATER QUALITY ALONG THE GEORGIA-CAROLINA COAST**, Erik Neff*, A. Outhwaite* and J.M. Reichmuth

PLANT DNA BARCODING: AN ONGOING RESEARCH PROJECT AT GORDON STATE COLLEGE**, Lucas Newman, P.A. Scott*, S. Rosario. A.L.J. Duffus and C. Lee

MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON OF A POPULATION OF HYLALLA AZTECA COLLECTED FROM A SPRING BASIN IN DE LEON SPRINGS STATE PARK, DELAND, FLORIDA, U.S.A. TO SPECIMENS DESCRIBED FROM THE TYPE LOCALITY IN VERA CRUZ, MEXICO**, Jane Probadora* and T.R. Sawicki

USING R AS A GENERAL PLATFORM FOR COMPUTATIONAL EDUCATION IN BIOLOGY, Hong Qin

INSECTICIDAL EFFECT ON THE ARGENTINE ANT (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) BY METABOLITES IN PLANT SALICYLIC ACID BIOSNTHESIS**, Paul Aaron Scott*. M. Babb*, L. Herring*. C.H. Kang, M. Brinkman and C. Lee

MULTI-YEAR INVESTIGATION OF A TURTLE COMMUNITY IN A NORTHWEST GEORGIA LAKE AND WETLAND PRIOR TO RESTORATION. Crispian F. Shelton*, C.B. Manis and G.J. Lugthart INFLUENCE OF INSECT SIZE ON BAT ACTIVITY IN LAMAR COUNTY, GEORGIA, Victoria L. Swenson*. H.D. Bryan* and M.J. Bender

USING ANGLER CATCH DATA TO ASSESS AN INTRODUCED SPOTTED BASS FISHERY IN A GEORGIA HIGHLAND RESERVOIR**, Joe Thompson* and J.G. Davis

DETERMINATION OF A GENE EXPRESSED ONLY IN THE INFECTIVE LARVAL STAGE OF DIROFILARIA IMMITIS**, S.J. Thompson' and E.W. Chambers

HOST-PLANT PREFERENCE OF MEGACOPTA CRIBRARIA, Taylor L. Upole* and C. Zehnder

GROWTH INHIBITION AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE PRODUCTION OF LACTOBACILLUS JOHNSONII IN PRESENCE OF PHENOLIC ACIDS", Sheena Vasquez*, M. Madura*, C.F. Gonzalez and G. Lorca

ACTUAL VS. PREDICTED CHELONIAN DIVERSITY IN GEORGIA**, Tiffany M. Ward', J.G. McGuire, A.L.J. Duffus and J. Jensen

ANURAN AMPHIBIAN DISTRIBUTIONS IN GEORGIA: PREDICTED VS ACTUAL PATTERNS**, L.A. West*, A.L.J. Duffus, J.G. McGuire and J. Jensen

PHENOLOGY OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS, LEAF AND LITTER TRAITS IN CHINESE PRIVET, AN INVASIVE SHRUB, Tyler Williams* and M.P. Weand

Section 11: Chemistry Science Hall E1051 Ghislain Mandouma, Presiding

8:15 AN EXPLORATION OF THE SYNTHESIS AND CHARAC- TERIZATION OF MICROEMULSION POLYMERIZATION OF CROSSLINKED POLYMETHYL METHACRYLATE-NET-POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL DIMETHACRYLATE ENCAPSULATED POLYSTYRENE**, Christopher J. Scanlon and Daniel Holley

8:30 CATALYST- AND SOLVENT-FREE HIGH YIELDING ULL- MANN COUPLING REACTION, Solita Lam, Yvonne Puplampu-Dove, Ayunna Epps and Ghislain Mandourna*

8:45 A PRELIMINARY ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE ORGAN SYSTEMS OF THE FETAL PIG VIA FLAME ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY AND INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA MASS SPECTROMETRY*", M.M. Quick', A. Ahmed, S. Hudson*, J. Solomon' and D.P. Pursel

9:00 DESIGN AND SYNTHESIS OF NEW FLUORINATED SULFA- N1LAMIDES*", Hannah E. Cole, Gabrielle N. Costello*, J. C. Helms, J. C. Sloop, D. P. PurseII and R. Haining

9:15 Break

9:30 STUDY OF STEM-LOOP DNA AS STARTING MATERIAL FOR SELEX", S. L. Boone* and A. C. Spencer

9:45 OPTIMIZATION OF THE INTRAMOLECULAR BUCHWALD- HARTWIG N-ARYLAT1ON OF A 2-AM1NOPYRROLE FOR THE ORGANIC TEACHING LABORATORY', P. X. Moon* and C. E. Stephens

10:00 Section Business Meeting Posters will be displayed through 11:59 AM

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A NOVEL GREEN SYNTHESIS OF SUBSTITUTED BENZO [c] CINNOLINES AND DIBENZO1c, [h] CINNOLINES, POTENTIAL INHIBITORS OF TOPOISOMERASES I AND II", Tahera Nembhardt, Brittney Bender* and Ghislain Mandouma

DETERMINATION OF CADMIUM AND CHROMIUM IN COMMERCIAL WINE SAMPLES, K. Smith and S. M. Abegaz

GEMINAL DIFLUORINATION OF THE PYRAZOLE RING OF 3,5-DIPHENYL-PYRAZOLE USING AN N-F REAGENT"*, Allyson L. Knapp*, C. K. Eiciell. H. R. Duplain*, L. Walton', T. B. Tinkle' and C. E. Stephens THE SURFACE OF SILICA AS A MEDIUM FOR

THE SYNTHESIS OF CHIRAL NINES AND CHIRAL AMINES, M. Brock', J. Rivera, C. Winford and J. T. Barbas

Section III: Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Science Hall W1047 Alfred J. Mead, Presiding

8:00 ASSESSING THE LEVELS OF LEAD CONTAMINATION IN KABWE AND THE POTENTIAL FOR PHYTOREMEDIATION IN REMOVING LEAD FROM HEAVILY CONTAMINATED SOILS", Megan Corley, Samuel Mutiti. Alice Mweetwa, Mutancle Ternbo, Mikalin DeFoor and Sarah Hazzard*

8:15 SOLAR WATER DISINFECTION (SODIS): THE PEFOR- MANCE OF GLASS, CLEAR PLASTIC, TRANSLUCENT PLASTIC, AND OPAQUE PLASTIC BOTTLES", Kristina S. Hensey' and S. Mutiti

8:30 USING GEOPHYSICS AND HYDROGEOLOGY IN STUDY- ING FACTORS THAT CONTROL CRAYFISH DISTRIBUTION, Sarah Hazzard'. S. Mutiti and C. Skelton

8:45 GEOCHEM1CAL AND SUBSURFACE CHARACTERISTICS THAT DETERMINE THE LOCATIONS OF CRAYFISH ON SAPELO ISLAND', Taylor Upole', Samuel Mutiti, Sarah Hazzard* and Chris Skelton

9:00 CORING AND SAMPLING OF SOILS FROM PLEISTOCENE LANDFORMS ON OSSABAW ISLAND", Megan D. Hunnicutt' and Donald M. Thieme

9:15 DID THE ALTAMAHA RIVER ORIGINALLY ENTER THE AT- LANTIC AT ST. ANDREWS SOUND?, Timothy M. Chowns and S. Hannah Hill*

9:30 URBAN HEAT ISLAND PLANNING STRATEGIES IN GEOR- GIA CITIES**, S.J. Bowens* and S.C. Ojiagbaje

9:45 TEMPERATURE STRUCTURE TO 28 KM ABOVE THE MO- JAVE DESERT, Randal L. N. Manclock

10:00 Section Business Meeting

10:30 MICRO-MINERALS FROM TOPAZ MOUNTAIN, THOMAS RANGE, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, David J. Babuiski

10:45 EOCENE-OLIGOCENE TRANSITION IN NEBRASKA DOMI- NATED BY CHANGING FLUVIAL ARCHITECTURE, NOT CLI- MATE, Grant S. Boardman and William E. Lukens

Section IV: Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science and Technology Science Hall W1008 Hasson M. Tavossi, Presiding

8:00 AN ITERATION DERIVED, FIRST-ORDER SOLUTION FOR A HARMONIC OSCILLATOR HAVING CUBIC-ROOT DAMPING, 'Kale Oyecleji

8:15 MEASUREMENT OF THE INTERACTIONS OF LOW ENERGY GAMMA RAYS WITH DENSE METALS FOR APPLICATIONS IN NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY IMAGING, G.G. Passmore. T.F. Lynam and J.I-. Spradlin

8:30 THE STATISTICS BEHIND COMPARING THE RATES OF PEDOGENESIS IN RECLAIMED LANDS AND THE RATES OF NATURAL PEDOGENESIS, Eric C. Brevik and Andreas Lazari

8:45 DESIGN OF A GAS-FLOW INVERTER, EXPERIMENT AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING ON THE BIFURCATION OF STEADY-FLOW INTO PULSED-FLOW, Hasson M. Tavossi

9:00 MODELING THE TEMPERATURE BEHAVIOR OF AN INCAN- DESCENT LAMP, Javier E. Hasbun

9:15 MARS' NORTH POLAR REGION IN LATE 2013, Richard W. Schmude, Jr.

9:30 MARS' SOUTH POLAR CAP: 1907-2005, Richard W. Schmucle, Jr.

10:00 Section Business Meeting

10:45 TIME AND SPACE ARE EACH COMPOSED OF QUBITS, Dennis W. Marks

11:00 THE EFFECT OF METAL OXIDE ON RESISTIVITY OF BUCK-YSHEET, K.C. Chan. Ligiu Zheng and Jerry Li

11:15 BUILDING THE NSF S-STEM PROGRAM AT GEORGIA RE- GENTS UNIVERSITY, A. 1-lauger. S. J. Reinke and S. L. Robinson Posters will be displayed through 11:59 AM

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MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF RANAVIRUS ECOLOGY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM: A CALCULUS BASED APPROACH, John C. George, Ryan D. Haire* and Amanda L.J. Duffus

COMPARING STAR FORMATION IN SEYFERT 1 AND SEYFERT 2 ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI OBSERVATIONS VIA SIGNIFICANT SPECTRAL FEATURES, Murray E. Macnamara and Grant D. Thompson

MEASUREMENT OF THE INTERACTIONS OF LOW ENERGY GAMMA RAYS WITH DENSE METALS FOR APPLICATIONS IN NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY IMAGING, 'F.1-I Lynam, J. I.. Spradlin and G.G. Passmore

EFFECT OF GEL MEDIUM IN EXTRACTION OF CANCER CELL'S COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY, Arun Saha and I.elAariclia Floclge

ORGANIC INORGANIC HYBRID HIGH REFLECTIVITY BRAGG MIRRORS, Anthony Donato and Ajith DeSilva

MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION OF COMPLEX THERMO-FLUID PHENOMENA IN WELDING, Agegnehu Atena Section V: Biomedical Sciences Science Hall W1047 Seyed H. Hosseini, Presiding

8:00 TWO NOVEL COMPOUNDS INDUCE APOPTOSIS IN A BREAST CANCER CELL LINE**, Ken L. Jones'". Rachel K. Clay, lvie L. Conlon, Thomas D. Crute and Richard D. Griner

8:15 EFFECTS OF RESVERATROL AND QUERCETIN ON B [a] P- AND 3MC-INDUCED CYP1A1 REPORTER ASSAY**, Caitlin N. Meads and Jennifer C. Schroeder

8:30 EXTRACTS FROM GANODERMA LUCIDUM, TRAMETES VERSICOLOR, GRIFOLA FRONDOSA, AND LENTINULA EDODES DECREASE XRE-MEDIATED TRANSCRIPTION INDUCED BY B [A] P**, Matthew D. Sudderth* and Jennifer C. Schroeder

8:45 DOES FLUOXETINE-HCL PROMOTE NEUROGENESIS IN ADULT ZEBRAFISH SUBJECTED TO STRESS?", Nina B. Couch*, Ryan D. Shepard* and Linda G. Jones

9:00 Break

9:15 EFFECT OF XYLITOL ON FUSOBACTERIUM NUCLEATUM AND STREPTOCOCCUS SP. GROWTH AND BIOFILM FOR- MATION**, L.N. Johnson and A.L. Kwiatkowski

9:30 THE INFLUENCE OF SECRETIONS FROM MACROPHAGE- LIKE CELLS PULSED WITH BACTERIAL GHOST ON PROSTATE CANCER CELLS", 0.Martinee, D. N. McKeithen', A. Stevens" and G. A. Ananaba

9:45 BIOFLAVANOIDS AS FULL OR PARTIAL AGONISTS OF THE AHR AND THEIR EFFECTS ON LEVELS OF LACTIC ACID AS A MODEL OF DIABETES", Whitney R. Marcus', Alejandra Escamilla*, Madison L. Perdue* and Jennifer C. Schroeder

10:00 Section Business Meeting

10:30 NLRP3 INFLAMMASOME'S ROLE IN IL40K0 MICE FOL- LOWING CHLAMYDIA INFECTION, DN McKeithen*, Y Omo-sun, EC Kibakaya , F Eko, CM Black, JU Igietseme, GA Ananaba and Q He

10:45 PHYTOCHEMICAL CAPABLE OF INHIBITING PHIP IN- DUCED CYTOTOXICITY, Ashok Jain* and Abhilash Samykutty

11:00 VIBRIO CHOLERAE GHOSTS AS AN ADJUVANT TO EN- HANCE IMMUNE RESPONSE DURING TREATMENT OF CHLAMYDIA INFECTION", A Stevens, GA Ananaba, JU Igiet-seme and FO Eko

11:15 MEASUREMENT OF THE INTERACTIONS OF LOW ENERGY GAMMA RAYS WITH DENSE METALS FOR APPLICATIONS IN NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY IMAGING", G.G. Passmore, Lynam* and J.L. SpracIlirr

11:30 PHAGE THERAPY: A POSSIBLE PARADIGM SHIFT FROM ANTIBIOTICS?, V. L. Chivukula* and D. O'Bryant

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SCREENING OF SOME NATURAL PRODUCTS AND NANOPARTICLES FOR THEIR ANT1-BREAST CANCER ACTIVITIES, C. T. Ahr, veyevi.C. L. Wrensford and M. A. Taha

EXAMINATION OF SODIUM FLUORIDE'S EFFECT ON YEAST CELL GROWTH AND GENOMIC STABILITY**, A.R. ArvicIsson and A. L. Abdulovic-Cui

EFFECT OF A RNR1 MUTATION ON DNA MICROSATELITE STABILITY IN YEAST**, A.l. Nam*, N.A. HashmL and A.L. Abduloyic-Cul

THE EFFECTS OF NICOTINE ON CRANIOFACIAL DEVELOPMENT IN EMBRYONIC ZEBRAFISH**. Philip R. Uys* and Linda G. Jones

MEASUREMENT OF THE INTERACTIONS OF LOW ENERGY GAMMA RAYS WITH DENSE METALS FOR APPLICATIONS IN NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY IMAGING**, J.L. Spradlin', T.F. Lynam' and G.G. Passmore

IS LUTEINIZING HORMONE RECEPTOR (Ll-IR) REDUCED IN MOUSE LEY-DIG TUMOR CELLS TREATED WITH PFOA?", S.Y. Talros". and J.D. Cannon

REGENERATION OF RETINAL GANGLION CELLS IN EMBRYONIC ZEBRAF-ISH FOLLOWING GLUTAMATE EXCITOTOXICITY**, Tiffany C. Goebel' and Linda G. Jones

ALPHA ENOLASE (EN01) EXPRESSION MIGHT BE A VITAL COMPONENT OF THE IMMUNE RESPONSE TO CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS INFECTION", Khamia Ryans, Camilla C. illsYusuf Omosun and Qing He

Section VI: Philosophy and History of Science Science Hall W1004 E.T. McMullen, Presiding

8:30 COMMON TACTICS USED BY THE PSEUDOSCIENCES IN- CLUDING CREATIONISM, John V. Aliff

9:00 A UNIVERSAL DEFINTION OF EVOLUTIONARY PRINCI- PLES, Eugene R. Mesco

9:30 A (HEURISTIC) PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF DIMINISH- ING INTEREST IN STEM FIELDS, Charmayne E. Paterson and Ronald E. Mickens

10:00 Section Business Meeting

10:30 AN ACCOUNT OF JOHN AND WILLIAM BARTRAM'S VISIT TO THE ORPHAN HOUSE AND WORMSLOE, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA IN 1765, Elliott 0. Edwards, Jr.

11:00 PIMPING "GOD": AN ANALYSIS OF POPULAR WRITINGS ON MODERN SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS, Ronald E. Mick-ens and Charmayne E. Patterson

11:30 THE PATTERN OF HAECKEL'S PICTURES, Torn McMullen

Section VII: Science Education Science Hall W1001 Mike Sakuta, Presiding

9:00 PARALLAX: A LAB FOR INTRODUCTORY ASTRONOMY STUDENTS, Amanda L. Mashburn*, Bob Powell and Ben Jenkins

9:15 MAKING WRITING A PRIORITY IN EIGHTH GRADE PHYIS- CAL SCIENCE CLASSES**, Allyson L. Martin* and R. A. Cooper

9:30 LEARNING MATHEMATICAL MODELING WITH A PRO- GRAMMABLE MODELING ENVIRONMENT, Brian C. Brodsky

9:45 KINEMATICS, DYNAMICS, AND MATH: YEAR I OF SMITE, Bob Powell, David Leach, Ann Robinson, Sharon Kirby and David Todd

10:00 Section Business Meeting

10:30 EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CON- CEPT MAPPING AS A LEARNING INTERVENTION FOR BOTH RESIDENT AND DISTANCE LEARNING NMT STUDENTS, Gregory Passmore

10:45 A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF GAME-BASED LEARN- ING IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LECTURE, Pamela M. Leggett-Robinson

11:00 DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION OF UNDERPREPARED STU- DENTS IN FIRST SEMESTER GENERAL CHEMISTRY (A PRELIMINARY STUDY), Peter A. Roessle, S. Payne, M. Atteya, M. Trani, M. Nelson, M.F. Burkart and A. Dutta

11:15 ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ONGOING PHENOLOGY PROJECT AS A RESEARCH PROJECT AND EDUCATIONAL MODEL**, Eugene R. Mesco

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THE EFFECTS OF USING VISUAL STATISTICS SOFTWARE ON UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS' ACHIEVEMENT IN STATISTICS AND THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE AND NON-COGNITIVE FACTORS IN THEIR ACHIEVEMENT**, K. L. H. Maxwell*

PEER LED TUTORING FOR PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY I AND II, Amy Cook

LESSONS FROM A PLACE OF LIGHT: LESEDI CULTURAL VILLAGE**, Ashley M. Plummer*

USING KNOWLEDGE SPACE THEORY TO EXTRACT CRITICAL LEARNING PATHS FOR STUDENTS LEARNING OF CALCULUS, [man C. Chahine and Mark Grinshpon

BRIDGING OF CULTURES THROUGH ETHNOMATHEMATICS: AN INVESTIGATION OF ZULU BONE DIVINATION PRACTICES, M. I. McGlone*

Section VIII: Anthropology Science Hall W1053 Teresa P. Raczek, Presiding

8:30 SKELETAL ANALYSIS OF TWO INDIVIDUALS FROM A RO- MAN CEMETERY IN IERAPETRA, CRETE, GREECE**, April M. Tolley"

8:45 OSTEOLOGY OF A BURIAL VESSEL FROM THE LATE PRE- HISTORIC/EARLY CONTACT PERIOD PINE HARBOR SITE (9MC64)*, Amanda C. Shively'

9:00 LATE WOODLAND AND EARLY MISSSISSIPPIAN BURIAL PATTERNS IN NORTH GEORGIA**, Anthony Chieffo" and Ashley Estep*

9:15 THE ACTUAL COST OF THE "DISPOSAL OF THE DEAD": A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FUNERARY EXPENDITURE IN DALLAS, TX, 1902-1909, Z.W. Dirnberger"

9:30 SIX FEET OVER: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GRAVE MARKERS IN ATLANTA GEORGIA AND DALLAS TEXAS, Megan R. Floogstacr

9:45 ANALYSIS OF THE LAWTON SITE CLEAR-CUT COLLEC- TION**, Kimberly M. Shattuck*

10:00 Section Business Meeting

10:30 REDISCOVERING THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF WEST GEOR- GIA: A REANALYSIS OF DR. LEWIS LARSON'S 1974 ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CARROLL, HARALSON, AND PAULDING COUNTIES, GEORGIA**, J.R. Unterwagner" and B.A. Coomes*

10:45 AN EXAMINATION OF CHERT WITHIN THE RIDGE AND VALLEY: CONDUCTING LITHIC ANALYSIS AT THE MIDDLE ARCHAIC SITE OF IN THE VALLEY SITE, BARTOW COUNTY, GEORGIA**, Selene Cannel and Ronnie Johnson*

11:00 THE ROLE OF WATER SOURCES IN INFLUENCING SOCIAL INTERACTION BETWEEN THE AHAR BANAS COMPLEX AND PROXIMATE SOCIETIES IN INDIA**, Blake S. Bottomley* 11.15 Posters will be displayed through 11:59 AM

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PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF A PROBABLE ARCHAIC HEARTH FEATURE IN PHINIZY SWAMP, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA'', April S. Boatwright", Brittany A. Coomes*, Spencer J. Hill*, Ashley M. Smallwood and Thomas A. Jennings

A SURVEY OF THE ASSEMBLAGE OF HOMINOIDEA GENOMES INVESTIGATED AND RECURRENTLY ANALYZED GENES IN PRIMATE GENOMICS, Jessica R. Engel*

LOLITA FASHION AND THE DIGITAL IMAGE: SIGNIFICANCE OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN SOCIAL MEDIA**, Chancy J. Gatlin*

THE APPLICATION OF ANTHROPOLOGY TO A STEM-BASED SUMMER PROGRAM IN FORENSIC SCIENCE, Lara E. McCormick*, Jules Angel, Ana Casaclo and Lori Critcher

GATEKEEPING MELUNGEON HERITAGE: EXPERIENCES WITH GENETIC GENEALOGISTS, AND HOW THEY SHAPE AND DETERMINE IDENTITY, J.M. Starnes*

REGIONAL TAPHONOMY IN COLD, WET CLIMATES: EFFECTS OF THE FREEZE/THAW CYCLE ON TAPHONOMIC CONDITION OF IMMERSED SKELETAL REMAINS**, Stephanie West*
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Date:Mar 22, 2014
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