Walking Sideways: My Meandering Path Through The World Of Crab Physiology

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UNE’s 7th Annual Ludcke Lecture, presented by Professor of Marine Sciences, Dr. Markus Frederich. Dr. Frederich is currently investigating stress tolerance in genetically different populations of European green crabs. These invasive crabs decimate the soft shell clam fishery in New England. With his students, Frederich tests whether crabs from Maine, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Iceland have different tolerances to stress leading to different levels of environmental destruction.

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12-4-2017

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Higher Education | Marine Biology

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The Ludcke Lecture is given annually by the holder of the Ludcke Chair of Liberal Arts and Sciences, which is awarded annually to a tenured professor who has excelled during his or her career as a teacher, scholar and colleague at the University. This lecture was given on UNE’s Biddeford Campus, in the St. Francis Room of the Ketchum Library.

Walking Sideways: My Meandering Path Through The World Of Crab Physiology
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