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Professional communications.

SCHEDULE OF PRESENTATIONS

Professional talks will be in the Peace Garden Room in the Memorial
Union--session will be chaired by (to be determined)

MORNING SESSION

7:30    Registration desk in the Legacy Lounge in the Memorial Union
        open

8:00    Greetings from President Pruss in the Century Theatre in the
        Memorial Union

8:20    LIFE HISTORIES AND BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF AMPHIBIANS
        IN NORTHWESTERN NORTH DAKOTA. Christopher K. Beachy,
        Kenneth C. Cabarle, Kyna Hogg, and William Langer [p.84]

8:40    GENES ASSOCIATED WITH ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION AND RISK OF
        PRE-ECLAMPSIA IN AN AMERICAN INDIAN POPULATION. Lyle G. Best,
        Melanie Nadeau, Shellee Bercier, Sara Dauphinais, Jacob Davis,
        Kylie Davis, Shyleen Poitra, Cindy M. Anderson. [p.77]

9:00    CHARACTERISTICS OF TWO MEASURES OF ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION AMONG
        AMERICAN INDIAN PARTICIPANTS IN A CASE-CONTROL STUDY OF
        PRE-ECLAMPSIA. Lyle G. Best, Shellee Bercier, Jacob Davis,
        Kylie Davis, Shyleen Poitra, Cindy M. Anderson. [p.78]

9:20    IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL MEMBRANE
        ASSOCIATED PROTEIN KINASES IN THE PATHOGEN TRYPANOSOMA BRUCEI.
        John A. Flaspohler, Bryan Jensen, and Marilyn Parsons. [p.79]

9:40    USING NEW, NOT SO OLD, AND TRADITIONAL GEOLOGICAL TECHNIQUESTO
        INTERPRET GEOLOGIC SECTIONS IN CRETACEOUS HELL CREEK FORMATION
        STRATA OF MONTANA. Matthew Burton-Kelly, Nels Peterson, Joseph
        H. Hartman, Gregory P. Wilson, Jeremy A. Riedel, and Allen
        Rice. [p.80]

10:00   INDOLE-3-ACETIC ACID-INDUCED LEAF GROWTH REQUIRES BOTH LEAF
        DETACHMENT AND SUBSTANTIAL WOUNDING. Morgan L. Grundstad,
        Michael Evanoff, Derek S. Lentz, Angela H. Culler, Jerry D.
        Cohen and Christopher P. Keller. [p.81]

10:20   BREAK (refreshments and exhibits in Plains Room in Memorial
        Union).

10:40   CHARACTERIZATION OF RABIES CASES IN ANIMALS IN THE MIDWESTERN
        UNITED STATES, 2000-2008. Susan Olet, Jennifer A. Tofteland,
        Neil Dyer and Margaret L. Khaitsa. [p.82]
11:00   HEAVY MINERAL ANALYSIS AND CORRELATION OF NORTH DAKOTA
        LATE EOCENE SANDSTONES. John R. Webster and Allen J. Kihm.
        [p.83]

11:20   PRODUCTION OF A HIS-TAG RECOMBINANT FAR PROTEIN AND ANALYSIS
        OF THE LIFECYCLE STAGES OF HP-FAR-1. Jennifer L. Bath' Malcolm
        W. Kennedy, Jeremy Drees Erin Maetzold Michael Scheidt, Megan
        Knox, Daniel Ram, Peace Eneh, and Colin Clark. [p.76]

11:40   GROUND-PENETRATING RADAR INVESTIGATION OF A RAPIDLY DEVELOPED
        ISLAND-LIKE FEATURE IN A SOUTH GEORGIA LAKE. Eric C. Brevik,
        Can Denizman, and Jim Doolittle [p. 85]

12:00   Lunch (served in the Plains Room in the Memorial Union). We
        will also conduct our business meeting (open to all members)
        during the lunch hour

EVENING

6:00    Banquet will be in the Plains Room in the Memorial Union
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Title Annotation:COMMUNICATIONS--PROFESSIONAL
Publication:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science
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Date:Apr 1, 2009
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