Hillsdale College students / alumni are listed in bold.
Students of Dr. Houghton:
Proshek, B.T., and D.C. Houghton. 2012. Complex mtDNA variation and species delimitations in the Phyciodes tharos species group (Nymphalidae: Melitaeinae): a second look in Michigan and Ohio. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 66: 41-49.
Houghton, D.C., E.A. Berry, A. Gilchrist, J. Thompson, and M.A. Nussbaum. 2011. Biological changes along the continuum of an agricultural stream: influence of a small terrestrial preserve and the use of adult caddisflies in biomonitoring. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 26: 381-397.
Houghton, D.C., S.E. Rogers, K. Hocquard, and C.I. Wolfe. 2011. Case-building behavior, persistence, and emergence success of Pycnopsyche guttifer (Walker) (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) in laboratory and in situ stream environments: potential trade-offs of material preference. Great Lake Entomologist 44: 103-116.
Houghton, D.C., C.M. Brandin, and K.A. Brakel. 2011. Analysis of the caddisflies (Trichoptera) of the Manistee River watershed, Michigan. Great Lakes Entomologist 44: 1-16.
Houghton, D.C., C. Lux, and M. Spahr. 2009. Demonstration of sex pheromones in Molanna uniophila, Platycentropus radiatus, Pycnopsyche indiana, and P. subfasciata (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae, Molannidae), with an assessment of interspecific attraction in four sympatric Pycnopsyche species. Great Lakes Entomologist 42: 72-79.
Students of Dr. Miller:
Berlin, K.N., L.M. Cameron, M. Gatt, and R.R. Miller, Jr. 2010. Reduced de novo synthesis of 5-methyltetrahydrofolate and reduced taurine levels in ethanol-treated chick brains. Comparative Biochemical Physiology 152C: 353-359.
Barnett, R.K., S.L. Booms, T. Gura, M. Gushrowski, and R.R. Miller, Jr. 2009. Exogenous folate ameliorated ethanol-induced brain hyperhomocysteinemia and exogenous ethanol reduced taurine levels in chick embryos. Comparative Biochemical Physiology 150C: 107-112.
Cole, N.W., K.R. Weaver, B.N.Walcher, Z.F. Adams, and R.R. Miller Jr. 2008. Hyperglycemia-induced membrane lipid peroxidation and elevated homocysteine levels are poorly attenuated by exogenous folate in embryonic chick brains. Comparative Biochemical Physiology 150B: 338-343.
Walcher, B.N., and R.R. Miller, Jr. 2008. Ethanol-induced increased endogenous homocysteine levels and decreased ratios of SAM/SAH are only partially attenuated by exogenous glycine in developing chick brains. Comparative Biochemical Physiology 147C: 11-16.
Miller, R.R., Jr., C.M. Hay, T.R. Striegnitz, L.E. Honsey, C.E. Coykendall, and K.D. Blacquiere. 2006. Exogenous glycine partially attenuates homocysteine-induced apoptosis and membrane peroxidation in chick embryos. Comparative Biochemical Physiology 144C: 25-33.
Miller, R.R., Jr., A.L. Burum, M.E. Leithart, and J.D. Hart. 2005. Hyperglycemia-induced changes in hepatic membrane fatty acid composition correlate with increased Caspase-3 activities and reduced chick embryo viability. Comparative Biochemical Physiology 141B: 323-330.
Miller, R.R., Jr., K.E. Waterhouse, and W. Farstad. 2005. Comparative aspects of sperm fatty acid composition in silver (Vulpes vulpes) and blue (Alopex lagopus) foxes, and their relationship to cell cryopreservation. Cryobiology 51: 66-75.
Miller, R.R., Jr., C.J. Sheffer, C.L. Cornett, R. MaClean, C. MacCallum, and S.D. Johnston. 2004. Sperm membrane fatty acid composition in the Eastern Grey Kangaroo (Macropus giganteus), Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus), and Common Wombat (Vombatus ursinus) and its relationship to cold shock injury and cryopreservation success. Cryobiology 49: 137-148.
Miller, R.R., Jr., C.M. Leanza, E.E. Phillips, and K.D. Blacquiere. 2003. Homocysteine-induced changes in brain membrane composition correlate with increased brain caspase-3 activities and reduced chick embryo viability, Comparative Biochemical Physiology 136B: 521-532.
Miller, RR., Jr., B.M. Olson, N. Rorick, A.L. Wittingen, and M. Bullock. 2003. Embryonic exposure to exogenous a- and g-tocopherol partially attenuates ethanol-induced changes in brain morphology and brain membrane fatty acid composition. Nutritional Neuroscience 6: 201-212.
Miller, R.R., Jr, D.J. Coughlin, E.S. Fraser-Thomson, E.C. Noe, A. Palenick, and E.B. Voorhees. 2003. Ethanol-and Fe+2-induced membrane lipid peroxidation is not additive in developing chick brains. Comparative Biochemical Physiology 134C: 267-279.
Miller, R.R., Jr., C.D. Heckel, W.J. Koss, S.J. Montague, and A.L. Greenman. 2001 Ethanol- and nicotine-induced changes in membrane fatty acid composition in embryonic and neonatal chick brains. Comparative Biochemical Physiology 130C: 163-178.
Miller, R.R., Jr., J.R. Slathar, and M.L. Luvisotto. 2000. a-tocopherol and g-tocopherol attenuate ethanol-induced changes in membrane fatty acid composition in embryonic chick brains. Teratology 62: 26-35.
Swain, J.E. and R.R. Miller, Jr. 2000. A post-cryogenic comparison of membrane fatty acids in elephant spermatozoa. Zoological Biology. 19: 461-473.
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