Microbacteriophage Piperis: A new virus discovered by Mitchell CC researchers

Complete Genome Sequence of Cluster EC Microbacteriophage Piperis Ryan Kistemaker, Annica Teasley, Lavender Cook, Alyssa Moliis, Anna Josey, Thomas Ray, Farrah Collins, Alisa Whitcomb, Ryan Swarts, Yazmen Roseboro, Shallah Glover, Ian Goodman, Kaitlyn Dishman, Kimberlyn Pickens, Justin Leonard, D. Parks Collins AbstractMicrobacteriophage Piperis is a cluster EC bacteriophage which was isolated from soil collected in... Continue Reading →

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Microbacteriophage LaviMo: A new virus discovered by Mitchell CC researchers

Complete Genome Sequence of Cluster EE Microbacteriophage LaviMo Lavender Cook, Alyssa Moliis, Anna Josey, Thomas Ray, Ryan Kistemaker, Annica Teasley, Farrah Collins, Alisa Whitcomb, Ryan Swarts, Yazmen Roseboro, Shallah Glover, Ian Goodman, Kaitlyn Dishman, Kimberlyn Pickens, Justin Leonard, D. Parks Collins Abstract Microbacteriophage LaviMo is a cluster EE bacteriophage which was isolated from soil collected... Continue Reading →

Team Building: Symbiosis between Termites and Microbes

Microorganisms subsist in the guts of some insects and help with the breakdown of cellulose and lignin and with nitrogen fixation. These particular insects and microorganisms developed a need for each other somewhere along evolutionary lineages, and now they actually benefit from each other in symbiotic relationships. Termites are one example of insects with protists,... Continue Reading →

Termites in Anoxia?

The ability to survive changing environmental conditions has enabled certain insects to exist for millions of years. Termites, for example, have inhabited Earth for around 200 million years, and some species have the ability to survive periods of anoxia (Henderson 2001). Termites cost the United States close to 2 billion dollars annually (Kowalsick 2004). The... Continue Reading →

Movement Patterns in Statesville, NC

Animals move for a variety of reasons. Some of these reasons include finding food, finding shelter, and avoiding predators and/or competitors. We are interested in not only what types of animals can be found in and around Statesville, but also when these animals move. We are really interested in exploring patterns of animal movement in... Continue Reading →

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