Congratulations to Sara Edquist (CAS’08) and Caitlyn Genovese (CAS’08). Sara and Caitlyn, along with BUMP Director John Finnerty and several other authors, had a paper accepted for publication in the Marine Ecology Progress Series. The study arose out of student projects in Prof. Finnerty’s Marine Invertebrates course (BI547). Sara is currently a PhD student at the University of New Hampshire focusing on marine parasitology and aquaculture. Caitlyn is a PhD student at Clemson University studying ecology and evolutionary biology.
Physiological and developmental responses to temperature by the estuarine sea anemone Nematostella vectensis: evidence for local adaptation to high temperatures
Adam M. Reitzel1,2,3^, Tim Chu1, Sara Edquist1,2, Caitlyn Genovese1,2, Caitlin Church3, Ann M. Tarrant3, and John R. Finnerty1,2*
1Department of Biology and 2Boston University Marine Program, Boston University, 5 Cummington St., Boston, MA 02215
3 Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 45 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543