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Student presentation awards at the 2005 collegiate meetings.

MIDDLE REGION

TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

Session I

First Place--Jeremy R. Anthony. The Characterization of Nuclear Channels in HELA Cells. The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee

Session II

First Place--Jeanita Pritchett. Study of the Enzymatic Activity of Hyaluronan Lyase Using Gel Permeation Chromatography With Photodiode Array Detection. Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee

WESTERN REGION

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS UNIVERSITY

MEMPHIS TENNESSEE

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Session I: Animal Behavior, Memory, Integrals and Environmental Biology

First Place--Paul Sinclair. Using The Monte Carlo Technique to Solve Tough Integrals. Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee

Second Place--Melissa B. Lee. Plant Resource Allocation: Projected Surface Area. University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee

Session II: Reproductive Biology and Molecular Expression First Place--Monica Huerta. Group B Streptococcus Induces Caspase-Mediated Apoptosis of Respiratory Epithelial Cells. Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee

Second Place--Sinifunanya E. Nwaobi. Determining Neuronal Interleukin-16 and KV4.2 Interaction and Reducing Neuronal Interleukin-16 via Small Interfering RNA. Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee

Session III: Clinical Studies, Pharmacology, and Hematology

First Place--Christopher Sage. Role of Membrane Synthesis in Macrophage Function. Christian Brothers University, Memphis, Tennessee

Second Place (tie)--Cynthia Caceres. The Effects of Steroid and Xenobiotic Receptor RNA Expression in CD4+ Cells. Christian Brothers University, Memphis, Tennessee

Second place (tie)--Christen N. Gregory. Irinotecan Pharmacogenetic Studies in Pediatric Cancer Patients. Christian Brothers University. Memphis, Tennessee

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

First place--Jennifer L. DeBeauchamp. Monitoring Reproductive Status in The Female Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) by Fecal Hormone Analysis for Improved Breeding Management. University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee

Second place--Rachel M. Methvin. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of The Host-Guest Complexation of a Commercial Chlordane Sample with Beta-Cylodextrin and Beta-Cyclodextrin Triacetate. Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee
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