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Biological Sciences Part I: Birds, Buttterflies, Turtles, Mussels & Part II

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Biological Sciences Part I: Birds, Buttterflies, Turtles, Mussels & Part II
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SUNY Oswego
Sard, Nicholas ( Speaker )
Marino, Kassie ( Speaker )
Pacheco, Sayuri ( Speaker )
Pavord, Lillian ( Speaker )
Sheldon, Caroline ( Speaker )
Stearns, Caitlyn ( Speaker )
Deland, Lucas ( Speaker )
Makutonin, Miryam ( Speaker )
Muhammadzohir, Hidoyatov ( Speaker )
Salerno, Robert ( Speaker )
Geetha-Loganathan, Poongodi ( Speaker )
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2021

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Biological Science
Biology

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Investigating the ecology of eDNA and it's effects on the detection of River Otters at Rice Creek by Sayuri Pacheco ( ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, )
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Incidence of Ranavirus among amphibian species at Rice Creek: Filling in the gaps by Kassie Marino and Caitlyn Stearns.
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Development and Re-Optimization of eDNA Assay for Painted and Snapping Turtles at Rice Creek Pond by Lillian Pavord
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Optimizing the detection of a low-density terrestrial mammal via aquatic environmental DNA sampling methods by Caroline Sheldon
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Session I Chair: Nicholas Sard. Session II Chair: Poongodi Geetha-Loganathan
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Collected for SUNY Oswego Institutional Repository by the online self-submittal tool. Submitted by Zach Vickery.

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Photo by Luke Deland

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Photo by Luke Deland Danaus plexippus

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Photo by https://www.monarchparasites.org/oe Ophryocystis elektroscirrha

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Photos by Luke Deland

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Data by Rendon Salinas et al. (2020). Photo by https://www.dtnpf.com/

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Video by Luke Deland

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A SPECIAL THANKS TO Special thanks to Dr. Karen Sime Gabrielle Waters Rice Creek

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