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Topical sessions.

FIELD BIOLOGY

306 Daniel Hall

Presiding: Dr. Robert E. Bailard, Clemson University

8:30 Optimization of Phytoremediation by Monitoring Plant Fluorescence. Erie Doman and Robin Brigmon, Department of Biology and Geology, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

8:45 The Sequestering of Metals by Imperfect Fungi Strains as a Means of Bioremediation. Patricia Buis, Biological and Physical Division, Lander University.

9:00 Cretaceous Plants from Middendorf, South Carolina. Holly C. Gilmore and Douglas P. Jensen, Department of Biology, Converse College.

9:15 Biochemical Oxygen Demand in the Winyah Bay Estuary, Georgetown, SC. Emily McDonald and Laurel Stanko, Department of Marine Science, and Doug Williams, Department of Geology, University of South Carolina.

9:30 Seasonal Patterns in Colonization of Artificial Temporary Wetland Ponds by Aquatic Invertebrates. April Shumpert Tomkinson, Savannah River Ecology Lab and Department of Biology, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

9:45 Freshwater Turtles in Dargan's Pond, Darlington County, SC. Cristal Robbins and Peter King, Department of Biology, Francis Marion University.

10:00 Life Is Complicated: Interacting Dimensions of Complexity in a "Simple" Mimicry Relationship. David B. Ritland, Department of Biology, Erskine College.

10:15 Phylogeographic Variation in Palaemonetes pugio: Implications for Toxicology. Prince Morgan and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

10:30 Male Killing by Rickettsia in Oak Mining Beetles. Qunna Whitaker and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

1:00 Vertical Migration of Benthic Microalgae on a Semi-Sheltered Beach. Jeremiah T. Easley, Craig J. Plante and Sabrina N. Hymel, Department of Biology, College of Charleston.

1:15 The Vascular Flora at the High Line Railroad, New York City, NY. Richard Stalter, Jessica Moussazadeh, Nelson Tang, Natalie Khvostovaya and Natalie Atarian, Department of Biology, St. John's University.

1:30 A Preliminary Study of the Vascular Flora of Plum Island, NY. Richard Stalter, Eric Lamont, Nelson Tang, Natasha Jordan, Anna Jung, Lasheba Worthen and Nihidi Mehta, Department of Biology, St. John's University.

1:45 An Ecological and Morphological Study of the Monogenean, Metamicrocotyla macracantha, a Gill Parasite of the Striped Mullet, Mugil cephalus. Tiffany G. Baker and Isaure de Buron, Department of Biology, College of Charleston.

2:00 "Optimistic" Foraging Behavior by Tobacco Hornworm Moths. Melissa Jurkiewicz and Robert A. Raguso, Department of Biological Sciences, University of South Carolina

2:15 Lek Behavior of Male White-Collared Manakins (Manacus candei) in Costa Rica. Paige Groom and Travis Knowles, Department of Biology, Francis Marion University.

2:30 Break

2:45 A Comparison of Aggressiveness of Pseudomoyrmex and Azteca Ants in Costa Rica. Jay Garner and Travis Knowles, Department of Biology, Francis Marion University.

3:00 The Reproductive Ecology of the Alien Invasive Love Bug, Plecia nearctica. Christina White, Department of Biological Sciences, University of South Caroliona

3:15 Using Genetics to Infer Dispersal in Cakile edentula ssp. Harperi. Kathryn Niles, David Couillard and Allan Strand, Department of Biology, College of Charleston.

CELLULAR BIOLOGY

307 Daniel Hall

Presiding: Dr. A. P. Wheeler, Clemson University

8:00 Effect of Human Liver Microsomal Activation (S9) on the Activity of Echinacea Products in Bioassays. P. S. Coker and N. D. Camper, Department of Plant Pathology and Physiology, Clemson University.

8:15 Involvement of Lysosomal Activity in Flight Muscle Histolysis. Acchia Albury and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

8:30 Galectin-3 Expression in Testicular Cells. Andre Dyer and S. Raychoudhury, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

8:45 Vitrification of Mouse Embryos in a Closed System. Melissa A. Hansen, Jennifer E. Graves, H. Lee Higdon III and William R. Boone, Department of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Greenville Hospital System.

9:00 Does Progesterone Hyperactivate Sperm Motility? Thomas G. Price, H. Lee Higdon III, Thomas M. Price and William R. Boone, Department of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Greenville Hospital System.

9:15 Human Sperm Morphology: What Is Normal? H. Lee Higdon III, Jennifer E. Graves, Jane E. Johnson, Dawn W. Blackhurst and William R. Boone, Department of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Greenville Hospital System.

9:30 Human Sperm Morphology. Jennifer E. Graves, H. Lee Higdon III and William R. Boone, Department of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Greenville Hospital System.

9:45 Break

10:00 Effects of Polychlorinated Biphenyl Aroclor 1242 on MCF-7 Cells. Shannel Maekal-Moore and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College

10:15 Role of Proteolysis in Cell Cycle Control of Breast Cancer. Nikida Cooper and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

10:30 Histological Study on the Effect of Ascocotyle (Digenea: Heterophyidae) Infection on the Heart Morphology of the Fish Host. Toni Hicks and Edna Steele, Department of Biology, Converse College.

1:00 Comparative Histological and Histochemical Studies of the Larval Tapeworms, Cyclustera ibisae and Glossocercus caribaensis. Avery Tomlinson and Edna Steele, Department of Biology, Converse College.

1:15 Role of 14-3-3 Proteins in Conifer Pollen Tube Elongation. Aadra P. Bhatt and Mark D. Lazzaro, Department of Biology, College of Charleston.

1:30 Insect Muscle Formation and the Role of the Projectin Protein. Agnes Ayme-Southgate, Department of Biology, College of Charleston.

1:45 Symbiotic Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria Linked with Halodule wrightii roots. Brian A. Nevius and Garriet Smith, Department of Biology, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

2:00 Investigating the Marine Stromatolite Microenvironment Using GIS Remote Sensing Techniques and Simulations with Fluorescent Microbeads Incorporated in Gel Capsules. Alexandru-Ionut Petrisor, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, University of South Carolina.

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

308 Daniel Hall

Presiding: Dr. Daniel A. Kluepfel, Clemson University

8:00 Mutation Analysis of Microcephalin in a Mental Retardation Population. Megan Jordan, Department of Biology, Lander University; Fatima Abidi, Cindy Skinner, Charles Schwartz, J. C. Self Research Institute Greenwood Genetic Center; and Fordyce G. Lux III, Department of Biology, Lander University.

8:15 The Involvement of Mutations in GPR50 in X-Linked Mental Retardation. Matthew B. Madelen, Department of Biology; Ron Michaelis, Greenwood Genetics Center and Ron Zimmerman, Department of Biology, Presbyterian College.

8:30 The Usefulness of the Ribosomal Internal Transcribed Spacer Region 1 for Identification of Armillaris tabescens. Joshua Ash, Guido Schnabel, Karen Bryson and N. D. Camper, Department of Plant Pathology and Physiology, Clemson University.

8:45 Production of a Recombinant C8a Protein Fragment for Structural Analysis. Devon Bork (1), K. Murphy (1), B. Chiswell (2), J. M. Sodetz (2) and Chasta L. Parker (1); (1) Department of Chemistry, Winthrop University; (2) Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

9:00 Human Complement Component C8: Expression of the C87 Subunit in E. coli. Brian Chisweil and J. M. Sodetz, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

9:15 Xenopus laevis Rod Cells Express a Novel Cone-Like Pigment. Alix G. Darden, Department of Biology, The Citadel; B. Wu, S. Hazard, S. Znoyko, M. Kono, R. K. Crouch and J.-X. Ma, Ophthalmology, Medical University of South Carolina.

9:30 Screening a DNA Phage Library for a Salamander Red Rod Photoreceptor Gene. C. Steven Shillinglaw and Alix Darden, Department of Biology, The Citadel; Jian-Xing Ma, Department of Ophthalmology, Medical University of South Carolina.

9:45 Break

10:00 Isolating the Tiger Salamander Green Rod Photoreceptor Gene. Adam Hill, C. Steven Shillinglaw and Alix Darden, Department of Biology, The Citadel; Jian-Xing Ma, Department of Ophthalmology, Medical University of South Carolina.

10:15 The Effect of Fatty Acid Synthase Inhibitor on PPAR-[gamma] and UCP2 Expression During Steatotic Liver Ischemia Reperfusion. John Lueas, Department of Biology, Erskine College; Stephen Shafizadeh and Kenneth Chavin, Medical University of South Carolina.

10:30 Cloning and Expression of a Putative Immunity Gene for Jenseniin G. Dianna L. Plyer and Stefanie H. Baker, Department of Biology, Erskine College; Susan F. Barefoot, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Clemson University.

1:00 The African American DNA Roots Project. Sheree S. Sidney, Department of Biology, University of South Carolina.

1:15 Correlation Between Adsorption Induced Changes in Protein Structure and Platelet Adhesion. Donna Hylton, R. A. Latour and S. W. Shalaby, Department of Bioengineering, Clemson University.

1:30 Sequence Analysis of the ExoU Gene in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Meagan Stevens, Emily Tarsis, Valerie Echevarri, Michael Ferguson, Department of Biology, Coastal Carolina University; Joan Olson, Department of Microbiology & Immunology, West Virginia University.

1:45 Soil as a Source of Genetic Diversity for Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Emily Tarsis (1), Meagan Stevens (1), Joan Olson (2) and Michael Ferguson (1); (1) Department of Biology, Coastal Carolina University; (2) Department of Microbiology & Immuniology, West Virginia University

2:00 Involvement of Usp in Flight Muscle Histolysis. Trevann Lyn and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

2:15 Construction of Human Myelin Oligodendrocyte Glycoprotein Isoform 16.3a. Kerry-Ann Stewart and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

2:30 Subcloning of the bph Genes from Burholderia sp. Strain LB400 for Polychlorinated Biphenyl Degradation. Jerrod A. Poe and James R. Yates, Department of Biology, Erskine College.

2:45 Break

3:00 Analysis of bph Cluster Transcripts. Elizabeth L. Matheny and James R. Yates, Department of Biology, Erskine College.

3:15 Design and Cloning of an Anti-HIV Tat Hammerhead Ribosome. M. Leigh Stone Ryan and William H. Jackson, Department of Biology and Geology, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

3:30 Analysis of Anti-HIV Tat Hammerhead Ribosmome Catalytic Activity. Pamela L. Wall and William H. Jackson, Department of Biology and Geology, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

3:45 The Cloning of Hammerhead Ribosomes for Analysis as Anti-HIV Gene Therapy Agents. Margaret E. Shoup and William H. Jackson, Department of Biology and Geology, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

EARTH/GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES

214 Daniel Hall

Presiding: Richard D. Warner, Clemson University

1:00 Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling Mechanism. Kumar Jeer and Viaravut Limpasuvan, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Coastal Carolina University.

1:15 Project Enhancement and Restoration Utilizing Geographic Information Systems Software at the Savannah River Site. James A. Young, Department of Biology and Geology, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

1:30 Quantification of Contaminant Flux in an Impacted Estuary, Winyah Bay, SC Using a Multidiscipline Approach. Mary Walton Cathey, M. Goni, Y. H. Kim, R. Styles and G. Voulgaris, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

1:45 Transport and Flux of Suspended Sediment in a Partially-Mixed Estuary, Winyah Bay, SC. Yong Hoon Kim and George Voulgaris, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

2:00 Transport and Flux of Suspended Sediment in a Partially-Mixed Estuary, Winyah Bay, SC. Dallon Weathers and George Voulgaris, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

2:15 The Role of Turbulence and Particle Aggregation in Salt Marsh Accretion. George Vouigaris, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

2:30 Maintenance of a Rippled Scour Depression Due to Wind-Driven Flow: Wrightsville Beach, NC. Benjamin Gutierrez and George Voulgaris, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

2:45 Break

3:00 Long-Term Meteorological and Tidal Controls on Salt Marsh Sediment Dynamics. Steppen Murphy and George Voulgaris, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

3:15 A Study of Particulate Organic Carbon in the Sampit River, Georgetown, SC. Marc Russell, Joe Jurisa and William K. Rogers, Department of Geology, University of South Carolina.

3:30 Water Circulation Around Folly Island, SC. Jianwu Chen and George Voulgaris, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

3:45 Reflection Spectrophotometry of Green and Blue Jadeites from Guatemala. W. E. Sharp, Department of Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

4:00 The Source of Olmec Blue Jade. Richard D. Mandell and W. E. Sharp, Departments of History and Geological Sciences, University of South Carolina.

4:15 Metamorphism of Dark Ridge Dunite, North Carolina. Christopher W. Hepler and Richard D. Warner, Department of Geological Sciences, Clemson University.

MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE

311 Daniel Hall

Presiding:

8:15 Network Security Technologies--Current Practices. Johnny Calhoun and Stamey, Jr., Department of Computer Sciences, Coastal Carolina University.

8:30 System Architectures for E-Commerce Applications. John W. Stamey, Jr., Department of Computer Science, Coastal Carolina University.

8:45 Web Hosting Policies: Current Practices in Setup, Backup, Recovery, Security and Bandwidth. Brian DiMinte and John W. Stamey, Jr., Department of Computer Sciences, Coastal Carolina University.

9:00 Issues in Spanish E-Commerce. Peter K. Louis and John W. Stamey, Jr., Department of Computer Science, Coastal Carolina University.

9:15 Creation of a Radio Astronomy Database Using Coldfusion. Kara Beharry and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Sciences, South Carolina State University.

9:30 Break

9:45 A Database Application in Radio Astronomy. Caprecia Ingram and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Sciences, South Carolina State University.

10:00 Stimulations Versus Use of Live Animals in Biology Labs. Peter King, Department of Biology, Francis Marion University and David Hildreth, Department of Educational Studies, Guilford College

10:15 Raising Students' Environmental Awareness in Communications Classes: The Impact of Interdisciplinary Collaboration. Lisa A. Pike, Department of Biology, Francis Marion University.

10:30 Automated Workflow Systems. Sean Dunn, Adam McCann, Edward Patterson, Andrew Slater, Derek Tyner, and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston.

1:00 Distributed Object Technology. Jonathan Brannan, Valerie Brothers, Andrew Fuentes, Joel Johnson, Josh Keller, Ravi Mistry and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston.

1:15 Coordination Technologies for Ad-hoc Systems. Tim Carrico, Brian Lumpkin, Matt McIntyre, Lucas Smith and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston.

1:30 A Survey of Context Aware Computing. Matt Collins, Chris Gilpatrick, Thuy Hoang, Lewis Leal, Shane Smith and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston.

1:45 An Overview of the Semantic Web. J. Phillip Balem, Christina Demos, Townsend Pope Clarkson II, John Gaskins, Harold Lipka, Mark Williams and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science. College of Charleston.

2:00 Discovering P2P: An Emerging Technology. Alexey Bogomolov, Robin Burneli, James Crawford, Troy Nelson, Mark Perron, Jason Stokes and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science, College of Charletson.

2:15 Autonomic Computing. David Hoppmann, Garrett Martin, Alexandra Murray, Johnathan Yantis, Brian Young and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston.

2:30 Aspect Oriented Programming. Justin Buchanan, Kyle Gibbons, Justin Jones, Jacob Smith, Dallas Vaughan and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston.

2:45 Break

3:00 Configuration Management. Jared Bish, Monica Bocanelli, Dottie Chappell, Nides Thresher, Mark Weldon and Paul Buhler, Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston.

3:15 Multiagent Sytems for Adaptive Workflow Enactment. Paul Buhler and Jose Vidal, Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston.

MATH/STATISTICS

3:30 A General Counting Process Model for Recurrent Event Data. Russell Stocker, Department of Statistics, University of South Carolina.

3:45 Clinical Pregnancy Rates Uncovered. Leann Karl and Amy Bardeen, Department of Math Science, Clemson University.

4:15 Clemson University Plus/Minus Grading Evaluation for Fall, 2002. Yang An, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University.

HEALTH

312 Daniel Hall

Presiding: Dr. Joseph D. Gangemi, Clemson University

8:15 Safety and Efficacy of Supplement Use to Complement Cancer Treatment. Patricia G. Wolman, Department of Human Nutrition, Winthrop University.

8:30 Reported Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Selected Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients. Christine H. Goodner and Patricia G. Wolman, Department of Human Nutrition, Winthrop University.

8:45 Rehabilitative Cycle for Lower Limb Challenges. Harry Preston V and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

9:00 The Effect of Non-Linear Electric Fields on Gravitation. Harry Preston V and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

9:15 Alcohol Usage at Francis Marion University: Is There a Cause for Concern? Shannon Marie Asko and Tom Poop, Department of Biology, Francis Marion University.

9:30 Gene Cloning and Physical Analysis of Microgravity Responsive cDNAs. Zinnette Lee and Larry L. Lowe, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

9:45 The Effects of Micro Gravity Induced cDNAs on the Phenotypic Expression of E. coli Cells. Diana Registe, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

10:00 Spaceflight-Induced Osteoporosis in Mouse Bone and Osteoprotegerin Therapy. T.A. Bateman (1,2), S. Morony (3), V. L. Ferguson (2), S. J. Simske (2), D. L. Lacey (3), K. S. Warmington (3), C. R. Dunstan (3), L.S. Stodieck (2) and P. J. Kostenuik (3), (1) Bioengineering Department, Clemson University; (2) BioServe Space Technologies, University of Colorado; (3) Amegen Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA.

PSYCHOLOGY/SOCIAL SCIENCE

10:15 The Coming and Final Mergers of American Railroads. Clinton H. Whiteburst, Jr., Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson University.

BIOCHEMISTRY

405 Daniel Hall

Presiding: Dr. Garry L. Powell, Clemson University

8:00 Studies of the Antibiotic Cytosporone E. Jeffrey D. Hall, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston.

8:15 Studies into the Racemic Synthesis of Cytosporone E. Nasar Siddiqi, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston.

8:30 Synthesis of Amide Analogs of Fusarochromanone as Potential Anti-Cancer Agents. Dezra Hinkson, Department of Physical Sciences, South Carolina State University.

8:45 Progress Towards the Synthesis of an Analog of Orbiculin A as Potential P-gp Inhibitors. Nikisha Bent and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

9:00 Elemental Composition of Human Urine Samples by ICP-OES and a Software Approach. Jerry T. Dixon and Cliff Colloway, Department of Chemistry, Physics and Geology, Winthrop University.

9:15 Effect of Micro Environment on Electrochemistry of Cytochrome C. Christopher Stoudemayer and Jack Goldsmith, Department of Chemistry, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

9:30 Structure-Function Relationships in Photosynthetic Systems as Studied by Electron Magnetic Resonance. Alesia Seabrook-Comfort, Jean Rockford and Michelle Mac, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston.

9:45 Break

10:00 Purification of Maitotoxins Produced by the Dinoflagellate, Gambierdiscus toxicus. Michael Elliosor (1), Kevin Crawford (1), Peter Moeller (2) and Steve Morton (2), (1) Department of Chemistry, The Citadel; (2) National Ocean Service, Marine Biotoxins Program, Charleston.

10:15 Case Studies That Bring Research in Environmental Chemistry to the Classroom. Sarunya Hengpraprom and Cindy M. Lee, Department of Environmental Engineering and Science, Clemson University.

10:30 Melt Rate Improvement at Higher Waste Loading. Psaras L. McGrier, Monty Fetterolf Department of Chemistry, University of South Carolina-Aiken; and Troy Lorier, Westinghouse Savannah River Company, Aiken, SC.

1:00 A Kinetic and Spectroscopic Investigation of Amphitrite ornata Dehaloperoxidase. Robert L. Osborne and John H. Dawson, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

1:15 Degradation of Kenaf's Cellulose Using Microwave Energy and Water as the Solvent. Britany Berg and Dorota Abramovitch, Department of Mathematics and Sciences, Anderson College.

1:30 Mechanistic Studies of the O-dealkylation of 5-Methyoxycamphor by Cytochrome P450-CAM. Shengxi Jin and John H. Dawson, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

1:45 Progress Towards the Total Synthesis of(+)-Fusarochromanone. Ferdinand Soils and Brian A. Salvatore, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

2:00 Stabilizing Triplex DNA Constructs. Brian Laing and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

2:15 Crystal Structure Determination of an Unknown Protein with Putative Acetyitransferase Function. Jie Qin, Leslie Lovelace, Jason Phan, R. Bruce Dunlap and L. Lebioda, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

GEOGRAPHY

100B Daniel Hall

Presiding: Dr. Cary J. Mock, University of South Carolina

8:15 Internet Geographic Information System Application for a Bus Transit Web Site. Cutris Wursten, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

8:30 The Framework of Web-Based Collaborative Decision Support System. Youliang Qiu, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

8:45 Dry and Devout or Wet and Wild? A regional Geographic Challenge of Correlating Religious Presence with Alcohol Laws. Kevin Raleigh, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

9:00 Where Two Sides Meet: The Assessment and Analysis of Place Vulnerability for Coastal Counties of the United States. Christopher T. Emrich, B. Bornuff and S. L. Cutter, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

9:15 Student Recreational Activity Space: University of South Carolina. Lisle S. Mitchell, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

9:30 A Spatial Analysis of Crime for the City of Omaha. Haifeng Zhang, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

9:45 Modeling the Presence of Mercury in the Aquatic Environment: A Focus on South Carolina. Tara M. Koman, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

10:00 Accuracy Assessment of Vegetation and Background Fraction Analysis Through NDVI and Image Degradation. Maria Jose Gareia Quijano, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

10:15 Fujita Scale Assessment in an Urban Area: A Case Study of Tornado Damage in Marion County, Indiana. Jamie Mitchem, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

10:30 Meteorological Extremes in the Mid-Nineteenth Century Over the United States. Cary J. Mock, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina.

CHEMISTRY I

314 Daniel Hall

Presiding: Dr. Steven J. Stuart, Clemson University.

8:00 The Efficiency of `Nanoglued' Titanium Dioxide as a Photocatalyst. John M. Watson and Adrienne T. Cooper, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of South Carolina.

8:15 Immobilization of Ti[O.sub.2] Photocatalyst in Ni Substrates for Detoxification of Toxic Compounds. Adrienne Cooper and Samuel A. Darko, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of South Carolina.

8:30 Simulations to Explore the Effect of Mass Matching in Cluster Organic SIMS. Sandra Harper and Kristin D. Krantzman, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston.

8:45 Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of Copper Growth on Ti[O.sub.2] (110) Surface. Jing Zhou, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

9:00 Methanol Oxidation on Cu Nanoparticles on Ti[O.sub.2] (110)-(1x2). Fred Parsons, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

9:15 Preparation, Infrared and Raman Spectra, Conformational Stability, Ab initio Calculations and Vibrational Assignments for Cyclopropylbromosilane. Jason Bregg, Gamil Guirgis, Rick Heldrich and James Durig, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston.

9:30 Characterization of Functionalized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes at Individual Nanotube Level. Yi Lin, Darron E. Hill, Ya-Ping Sun, Department of Chemistry and Center for Advanced Engineering Fibers and Films, Clemson University; James Bentley, Metals and Ceramics Division, and Lawrence F. Allard, High Temperature Materials Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN.

9:45 Break

10:00 Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes with Polystyrene. Darron E. Hill, Yi Lin and Ya-Ping Sun, Department of Chemistry and Center for Advanced Engineering Fibers and Films, Clemson University; Lawrence F. Allard, High Temperature Materials Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN; Apparao M. Rao, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University.

10:15 Nanoparticle Formation in Rapid Expansion of Water-in-Carbon Dioxide Microemulsion into Liquid Solvent. Pankaj Pathak, Mohammed J. Meziani and Ya-Ping Sun, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University; Lawrence F. Allard, High Temperature Materials Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN.

10:30 Synthesis and Characterization of Peptide-Functionalized Polymeric Nanotubes. Shelby Taylor, Liangwie Qu and Ya-Ping Sun, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University.

CHEMISTRY II

315 Daniel Hall

Presiding: Dr. William T. Pennington, Jr., Clemson University

8:00 Interactions of Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes with Tethered Pyrenes in Solution. Robert B. Martin, Liangwei Qu, Weijie Huang, Kefu Fu, Daniel Zweifel, Yi Lin, Ya-Ping Sun, Department of Chemistry and Center for Advanced Engineering Fibers and Films, Clemson University; Christopher E. Bunker, Barbara A. Harruff and James R. Gord, Air Force Research Laboratory, Propulsion Directorate, OH; Lawrence F. Allard, High Temperature Materials Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN.

8:15 Oxidations of Aromatic Aldehydes with Sodium Chlorite in the Undergraduate Laboratory. Brian McElwain and Ann Willbrand, Department of Chemistry, University of South Carolina-Aiken.

8:30 A Simple Approach to the Attachment of Polyethylene Glycol Monolayers on Si (III) Surface. Nelroy G. Jones and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

8:45 The Preparation of Isoxazole-Carboxylic Acids by the Condensation-Cyclization of the 1,4-Dianions of Oximes with Select Carboxylic Acid Anhydrides. Sara B. Lioi, Laela M. Hajiaghamohseni, Ebony J. Hilton, S. Patrick Dunn, Matthew $. Waters and Charles F. Beam, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston; N. Dwight Camper, Department of Plant Pathology and Physiology, Clemson University.

9:00 Synthesis of C-Acylated Carboalkoxyhydrazones, N-Carboalkoxypyrazoles and N-H Pyrazoles for the Preparation of Tris(Pyrazolyl)borates and Related Ligands. Ebony J. Hilton, Sara B. Lioi, Laela M. Hajiaghamohseni, S. Patrick Dunn, Matthew J. Walters, Jason S. Overby and Charles F. Beam, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston.

9:15 Preparation of 1,2-Benzisothiazole 1,1-Dioxides from Polylithiated beta-Dicarbonyl Compounds and Polylithiated Methyl 2-(Aminosulfonyl)benzoate. S. Patrick Dunn, Matthew J. Walters, Clyde R. Metz and Charles F. Beam, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston; N. Dwight Camper, Department of Plant Pathology and Physiology, Clemson University.

9:30 Condensation-Cyclization of Polylithiated Methyl (2-Aminosulfonyl)benzoate with Several Dianion Type Intermediates. S. Patrick Dunn, Matthew J. Walters, Jennifer R. Downs, Mildred C. Embree, Sally P. Grant, Clyde R. Metz and Charles F. Beam, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston; William T. Penning, ton, Department of Chemistry, and N. Dwight Camper, Department of Plant Pathology and Physiology, Clemson University.

9:45 Break

10:00 Preparation of 5-Aryl-5-methyl-4,5-dihydroisoxazoles from Dilithiated C(alpha), O-Oxmies and Select Ketones. Matthew J. Walters, S. Patrick Dunn, Emily Choi, Amanda N. D'Elia, Morgan E. Warner and Charles F. Beam, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston.

10:15 Preparation of 2,3-Dihydro-3-oxo-1H-pyrazole-1-carboxylates from Polylithiated 2-(Phenylacetyl)hydrazinecarboxylates. Matthew J. Walters, S. Patrick Dunn and Charles F. Beam, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston; and N. Dwight Camper, Department of Plant Pathology and Physiology, Clemson University.

10:30 The Preparation and Characterization of Cathode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries. Kimberly C. Williams, Charlotta Wennefors and Lennart Kullberg, Department of Chemistry, Physics and Geology, Winthrop University.

1:00 Synthetic Routes to Diolefin Ligands. Ria Ramoutar, Department of Chemistry, Claflin University; Jeffrey L. Harris, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University; Timothy W. Hanks, Department of Chemistry, Furman University; and William T. Pennington, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University.

1:15 A Novel, Concise Synthesis of 4-Alkyl and Cycloalky Pyrazoles. Monica Smith and T. C. Grattan, Department of Chemistry, Physics and Geology, Winthrop University.

1:30 Synthesis of Tris(pyrazolel)methane Liganda: Backbone Functionalization. Jennifer O'Neal and T. C. Grattan, Department of Chemistry, Physics and Geology, Winthrop University.

1:45 Syntheses and X-ray Crystal Structures of Several Novel Alkylammonium Idobismuthate and Alkylammoinum Mixed Halobismuthate Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Materials. Andrea M. Goforth, Hans-Conrad zur Loye and Mark D. Smith, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

2:00 Columnar Supramolecular Architecture Self-Assembled from [S.sub.4]-Symmetric Coordination Nanotubes Encapsulating Neutral Guest Molecules. Hans-Conrad zur Loye, Cheng-Yong Su, and Mark D. Smith, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

2:15 Investigations Utilizing Metallocarbonyl Complexes in the Asymmetric Meyers ortho-Alkylation. Faisai Siddigi, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston.

2:30 Hyperdynamics on a Reactive Hydrocarbon Potential. Bradley M. Dickson, Steven J. Stuart and Oyeon Kum, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University and Arthur F. Voter, Theoretical Chemistry and Molecular Physics, Los Alamos National Laboratory.

PHYSICS/ASTRONOMY I

411 Daniel Hall

Presiding:

8:00 Pulsating Flow of a Gas into a Liquid Through a Capillary at Critical Pressure. Mikhail Agrest, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

8:15 Equipment and Methods for the Photographic Monitoring of All-Sky Light Pollution. Maggie Reardon and Terry R. Richardson, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

8:30 An Apparatus for Using Vacuum for the Deposition of Resin in Wooden Beams. Richard Guerzon and Terry R. Richardson, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

8:45 Site Specific Storm Surge Model. Kellie Harper and B. Lee Linder, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

9:00 Radiative Corrections for Neutino-Nucleus Reactions. Barbara Szczerbinska and Fred Myhrer, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of South Carolina.

9:15 Protective Measurements. Jun Suzuki, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of South Carolina.

9:30 A Microstrip Polarimeter to Measure Photon Beam Polarization. Nathan A. Baltzell and David J. Tedeschi, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of South Carolina.

9:45 Break

10:00 Thermoelectric Properties of Na[Co.sub.2][O.sub.4] Ceramic. Xiaofeng Tang, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Clemson University; Terry M. Tritt, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Department of Physics and J. W. Kolis, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University.

10:15 Beyond Question: Free Software to Poll Everyone. William Junkin, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Erskine College.

10:30 A Search for Extraglactic Supernova Remnants. Guy Mentor and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Sciences, South Carolina State University.

1:00 Adsorption Isotherm Studies of Methyl Bromide on MgO. T. J. Harper, T. E. Burns and J. Z. Larese, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Coastal Carolina University.

1:15 Neutrino Cross Section Measurement from the Nomad Experiment. Qun Wu and A. Godley, Department of Physics, University of South Carolina.

1:30 Empirical Parametrisation of the Nomad Nutrino Beam. Andrew Godley, Department of Physics, University of South Carolina.

1:45 Methanol Exhaust Fume Emissions. John D. Bernard, Department of Radio Astronomy, Jupiter Space Station.

2:00 Matter Dominates Antimatter in the Universe: CP Violation. Francisco Yumiceva, Department of Physics, University of South Carolina.

2:15 Frozen Polarized Target for JLAB Photon Experiments. Oleksandr Dzyubak, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of South Carolina.

2:30 Prototypes of Holding Magnet System. Nicolas Recalde and O. Dzyubak, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of South Carolina.

2:45 Metal Abundances in Damped Lyman-alpha. Deepashri Thatte, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of South Carolina.

3:00 A Critical View of the Quantum Computer. Shengjun Wu, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of South Carolina.

PHYSICS/ASTRONOMY II

413 Daniel Hall

Presiding:

8:15 Photoinduced Oxidation of Carbon Nanotubes. Triag Savage (1), S. Bhattacharya (1), B. Sadanadan (1), J. Gaillard (1), T. M. Tritt (1), Ya-Ping Sun (2), Y. Wu (3), S. Nayak (4), R. Car (3), N. Marzari (6), P. M. Ajayan (5) and A. M. Rao (1); (1) Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University, (2) Department of Chemistry, Clemson University; (3) Department of Chemistry and PMI, Princeton University; (4) Department of Physics, (5) Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; (6) Department of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT.

8:30 Synthesis and Characterization of Zinc Oxide Nanowires. Collin Harris, K. McGuire, R. Rao, N. Gothard and A. M. Rao, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University.

8:45 Carbon Nanotubes Based Resonsant Circuit Sensors for Gas Detection. Saurabh Chopra, K. McGuire, N. Gothard, A. Pham and A. M. Rao, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University.

9:00 Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Synthesis by Vertically Oriented Chemical Vapor Deposition. Allen Parker, K. McGuire, T. Savage and A. M. Rao, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University.

9:15 Synthesis and Raman Characterization of Boron Doped Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWNTs). Kristopher MeGuire (1), N. Gothard (1), P. L. Gai (2), M. S. Dresselhaus (3) and A. M. Rao (1), (1) Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University; (2) DuPont Central Research & Development, DE; (3) Departments of Physics and Materials Science and Engineering, MIT.

9:30 Transformation of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes into Strings of Carbon Nanoshells. Bindu Sadanadan (1) , J. Gaillard (1), T. Savage (1), S. Bhattacharya (1), Alan Cassell (2), D. Srivatsava 2, Z. R. Dai (3), Z. L. Wang (3), T. M. Tritt (1), J. M. Cowley (4) and A. M. Rao (1), (1) Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University; (2) NASA Ames Research Center, CA; (3) Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Georgia Institute of Technology; (4) Department of Physics and Astronomy, Arizonia State University.

9:45 Break

10:00 Synthesis of Carbon Nanotube Y Junctions by Chemical Vapor Deposition. Nick Gothard and A. M. Rao, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University.

10:15 Raman and Photoluminescence Spectroscopy of Gallium Oxide Nanostructures. Rnhul Rao and A. M. Rao, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University.

10:30 Photophysical Properties of Over-The-Counter St. John's Wort. Bradley Burns and Linda Jones, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

1:00 Fluorescence Diagnosis of Barrett's Esophagus. Natasha Cobb and Linda Jones, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

1:15 Mathematical and Computational Determination of PDT Necrosis Depth. Nicholas Holdgate and Linda Jones, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

1:45 Monte Carlo Simulation of Fiber Optic Light Sources. Adam Brightwell and Linda Jones, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

2:00 Determination of Particle Size with Polarized Reflectance. Jeremy Johnson and Linda Jones, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

2:15 Mechanism of Merocyanine 540 Uptake in Lung Cancer Cells. Rashada Ross and Linda Jones, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

2:30 Light Dosimetry for Photodynamic Therapy. Brooke Bivens and Linda Jones, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Charleston.

2:45 Radiation Damage to DNA Plasmid. David Miller (1), A. Rabon (1), S. W. Quick (3), T. E. Shannon (2) and Derek W. Jokish (1); (1) Department of Physics and Astronomy, Francis Marion University; (2) Department of Biology, Francis Marion University; (3) South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics.

3:00 Break

3:15 Remote Data Aquisition and Control Using Labview VI Server. Omaria Tucker and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Sciences, South Carolina State University.

3:30 Position Control of a Radio Telescope Dish Via the Internet Using Labview. Erika Terry and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Sciences, South Carolina State University.

3:45 Using Labview to Monitor and Control a Weather Station. Marcelite Jenkins and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Sciences, South Carolina State University.

4:00 Transition Edge Sensors and the Device Selection Process. Kelvin Aaron and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Sciences, South Carolina State University.

4:15 A Study of Photochromism and the Properties of Photochromic Glass. Robert Kauck and R. Seth Smith, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Francis Marion University.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Ballroom, Hendrix Center

Poster, Titles and Authors

1. MARE: Sophisticated Undergraduate Research at the University of South Carolina. Steven Traynum, Josh Fowler and Doug Williams, Department of Marine Science, University of South Carolina.

2. Audiogenic Seizure Activity Following GA[D.sub.65] or GAGA-[A.sub.[alpha]1] Gene Transfer in Long-Evans Rats. Karen C. Ross, Department of Human Relations, Columbia College and James R. Coleman, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina.

3. The Immune System and Biomineralization: Distribution of Soluble Matrix Proteins in the Tissues of Eastern Oyster, Crassosterea virgini. Mary Beth Johnstone, Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University.

4. Effect of Aging on Pro-Inflammatory Cytokine Expression in Regenerating Skeletal Muscle. Joseph M. McClung, Department of Exercise Science, University of South Carolina.

5. Identification and Purification of Putative Jenseniin G Transporter Protein. Elizabeth Grant, Department of Biology, Erskine College.

6. ADP-Ribosylation and Subcellular Redistribution of Rac1 by Exoenzyme S. Deanne M. Greene, Timothy S. Vincent, Joan C. Olson, Department of Microbiology, Immuniology and Cell Biology, West Virginia University.

7. Investigation of Protein-Protein Interactions Involved in Carboxysome Assembly. Elizabeth E. Smith and Stefanie H. Baker, Department of Biology, Erskine College.

8. Study of Microflora Deposited in Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Mask and Accessment of Local Cleaning Protocol. Johnathan C. MeCaslan and Todd Linscott, Department of Biology, Anderson College.

9. Odors Produced by Entomophilous Mosses are "Fungal", not "Floral". Adra Bhatt, Department of Biology, College of Charleston and R. A. Raguso, Department of Biology, University of South Carolina.

10. Taking the Temperature of Crab: Where is the Best Place? Jason Bishop and Mary Crowe, Department of Biology, Coastal Carolina University.

11. Determining What Temperature Uca Pugilator Like Best. Amanda Windsor and Mary Crowe, Department of Biology, Coastal Carolina University.

12. Involvement of Apolipohorin in Flight Muscle Histolysis. Josefa Ceruto and Rush Oliver, Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

13. Male killing by Rickettsia in Oak Leaf Mining Beetles. Tikeira Roundtree and Rush Oliver Department of Biological and Physical Sciences, Benedict College.

14. Thermal Constraints on Sexual Selection in Fiddler Crabs. Jenice Emord, Department of Biology, University of South Carolina

15. Demographic Changes in Loggerhead Populations Off the East Coast of Florida. Jennifer Stiner, Department of Biology, Erskine College.

16. Demographic Analysis of an `Island' Population of Eastern Box Turtles (Tcc) in South Carolina. Mary Lang O. Edwards, Department of Biology, Erskine College.

17. Molecular Analysis of Peromyscus Species at Poinsett State Park. Nieole S. Garrett, Michael J. Dewey, Department of Biological Sciences, University of South Carolina, Columbia and Pearl R. Fernandes, Division of Math, Science, Computer Science & Engineering, University of South Carolina, Sumter.

18. Survey of the Habitat and Morphological Analyses of Peromyscus Species at Poinsett State Park. Pearl R. Fernandes, Nicole S. Garrett, Amber Woodly and John F. Logue, Division of Math, Science, Computer Science & Engineering, University of South Carolina, Sumter.

19. Chlorophyll Degradation in Plant Materials. Adrian Ybarra, Brian Williams, Thomas Cadwell and Kevin Crawford, Department of Chemistry, The Citadel.

20. Fingerpriinting Bacterial heme Oxygenase with Magnetic Circular Dicroism Spectroscopy. Kimberly Hall, Angels Wilks and John H. Dawson, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

21. The Chemical Analysis of Hampton Park Pond Water. Brian Williams, Adam Miller, Adrain Ybarra and Kevin Crawford, Department of Chemistry, The Citadel.

22. Specialty Polymeric Materials for Use in the Purification and Detection of Harmful Algal Bloom Toxins. Yong Zhang and Wally Scrivens, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

23. The HIS93GLY Cavity Mutant of Sperm Whale Myoglobin as a Template for Ferric, Ferrous and Feryl Heme States of Mixed Ligand Complexes. Roshan Perera and John H. Dawson, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina.

24. The Preparation of Pyrazole-Carboxylic Acids by the Condensation-Cyclization of the 1,4-Dianions of Substituted Hydrazones with Carboxylic Acid Anhydrides. Laela M. Hajiaghamohseni, Sara B. Lioi, Ebony J. Hilton, S. Patrick Dunn, Matthew J. Waters and Charles F. Beam, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Charleston; and N. Dwight Camper, Department of Plant Pathology and Physiology, Clemson University.

25. Crystal Structure and Characterization of a New Open-Framework Coordination Polymer Generated from Co[(sacchrinate).sub.2]* 6[H.sub.2]O and 1,4-bis(3-pyridyl)-2,3-diaza-1,3-butadiene. Harvey Davis, Department of Chemistry, Hanno zur Loye and LeRoy Peterson, Jr., Department of Chemistry, University of South Carolina.

26. Triaryl Diolefins as Hosts for Metals and Organoiodides. Waverly Gordon, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Claflin University and Timothy Hanks, Department of Chemistry, Furman University.

27. Photocatalytic Degradation Using Ti[O.sub.2] Immobilized in Concrete Sealers. Michael J. Watts and Adrienne Cooper, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of South Carolina.

28. Thermoelectric Properties of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides (eg. TI[S.sub.2]) and Grain Boundary Effects in Half-Heusler Alloys. Will Sams, Meredith Russell, Sriparna Bhattacharya, Nathan Lowhorn and Terry M. Tritt, Department of Physics and Astronomy; Ed Abbott and J. W. Kolis, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University.

29. Optical and Radio Observations of V7111 Tauri. Armogan Raju and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Science, South Carolina State University.

30. Remote Data Acquisition and Control Using Labview Datasocket Server. Marvin Fulton and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Science, South Carolina State University.

31. Closed-Loop Position Control with Synchro. Troy Inniss and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Science, South Carolina State University.

32. A Collaborative Space Science Project Between SCSU and PARI. Kenneth Brown and James E. Payne, Department of Physical Science, South Carolina State University.

33. Adsorption Isotherm Studies of Methyl Bromide on MgO. T.J. Harper, T. E. Burns and J. Z. Larese, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Coastal Carolina University.
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