Lycoming College biology students and faculty members recently attended the 89th annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science held at the University of Pittsburgh-Bradford.
The following were presented during the event:
"Monitoring Nutrient and Sediment Loads and Effectiveness of Farm BMPs," a poster by Quentin Reinford, a senior from McAlisterville.
"Biological response of two North Central PA Streams after the Flood of September 2011," a poster by Fred Rogers, a senior from South Williamsport.
"A Novel Pedobacter species Isolated from a Freshwater Creek," a poster by Dillon Snyder, a junior from Montoursville.
"The Assembly and Annotation of the Chryeobacterium halifense Genome," an oral presentation by Thomas Sontag, a junior from East Norriton.
"Purification of Flexirubin pigments from Chryseobacterium," an oral presentation by Jordan Krebs, a senior from Roaring Spring, and Andrew Gale, a sophomore from Levittown.
"Average-Nucleotide Identity protein-coding (ANIpc): Novel Gnomic-Based Method to Differentiate Bacterial Species," a poster by Krebs, Gale and Sontag.