NSURS Students Receive Pugh Grant – October 2014
Congratulations to the below students for receiving a grant through the Pugh Foundation to support their undergraduate research.
Efficacy of C. moschata seed extracts as anthelmintic.
Committee: Steve Cartier, Jeff Holmes, and Dana Emmert
Studying the effect of enantiostyly on pollen deposition in the buzz pollinated wildflower, Chamaecrista fasciculata.
Committee: Alisa Hove, Mark Brenner, and Jeff Holmes
Aquaponics: The Integration of Aquaculture and Hydroponics
Committee: Mark Brenner, Laura Lengnick, and Robert Hastings
Quantification of Bacoside A in Bacopa Monnieri Supplements.
Committee: Steve Cartier, Langdon Martin, and Dana Emmert
Evaluation of Heat Tolerance in Commercial Tomato Varieties
Committee: Alisa Hove, Laura Lengnick, and Jessa Madosky
Max Olszack (student) and JJ Apodaca (faculty)
Analysis of Genetic Diversity and Quantification of Hydrastine Concentration in Wild Hydrastis canadensis to Promote Conservation of Overharvested Population.
A Native Brook Trout Survey and Sub-Watershed Classification of Understudied Waterways of the Upper Catawba Watershed in Buncombe County, NC.
Committee: JJ Apodaca
Oyster mushroom (P. ostreatus) mycelium flilter for treatment of water contaminants: E. coli, TSS, nitrate, and atrazine.
Committee: Mark Brenner, Steve Cartier, and JJ Apodaca