In this class, Plant Science seniors identify a problem or topic in plant sciences and develop a poster and oral presentation. The course objectives are for students to:
- develop a research question and/or hypothesis
- complete a literature review to support their presentation
- present results and findings for a range of audiences
2021 SPRING PRESENTATIONS
Alexandra G. Alegre
"Preliminary Inoculation of Swampbay (Persea palustris) with a GFP transformant of Raffaela aguacate"
Gianna L. Arcuri
"Native Herbivory on Cannabis sativa L. Seedlings by Ventridens demissus Across Various Treatment Factors"
"Downstream Effects of Alternative Splicing of HRE1 in Arabidopsis thaliana"
"Analysis of the Influence of Light Intensity on the Expression of Variegation"
"A Comparative Study on the Effects of Varying Photoperiod and Types of Light on the Growth of Asclepias tuberosa"
"Do the Foraging Preference of the Southeast Blueberry Bee (Habropoda laboriosa) Differ Across Habitat Type?"
"Evaluation of Elder as a Florida Crop in with a Focus on Non-Conventional Growing"
"Cover Crop and Soil Amendment effects on Nutrient Cycling in Organic Systems"
"Effects of Residential Landscaping on Alpha and Beta Plant Diversity Across Spatial Scales"
"Effects of Cover Crops and Organic Amendments on Nutrient Management
of Organic Spinach"
"Saving wine: managing red blotch disease and its viral
vector through symptom analysis"