Biological Sciences strives to provide students with broad training in biology and a solid foundation of core courses in the liberal arts. With a strong emphasis on student research, the department provides students with lab and field opportunities where they may explore at the molecular, cellular, organismal and population levels of biological organization.

Below you will find scholarly and other professional works of faculty in the Biological Sciences.

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Submissions from 1997

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Fatty Acid and Lipid Biosynthesis and Degradation, Katherine M. Schmid, J. Andrews, and J. B. Ohlrogge

Submissions from 1992

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A Complete Index to the Butler University Botanical Studies, a Journal of Original Research Published by Butler University 1929-1964, Rebecca W. Dolan

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Plant Fatty Acid Biosynthesis and Its Potential For Manipulation, John Ohlrogge, Dusty Post-Beittenmiller, Alenka Hloušek-Radojčić, Katherine M. Schmid, and Jan Jaworski

Submissions from 1991

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The Friesner Herbarium (BUT) of Butler University, Rebecca W. Dolan

Submissions from 1990

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Expression of Acyl Carrier Proteins in Spinach, Katherine M. Schmid and J. B. Ohlrogge

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A Root Acyl Carrier Protein-II from Spinach is also Expressed in Leaves and Seeds, Katherine M. Schmid and John B. Ohlrogge

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The Distribution and Phylogenetic Significance of Desmethylsterols in Chenopodium and Atriplex: Coexistence of Δ7- and Δ5 -sterols, Sihua Xu, Glenn W. Patterson, William R. Lusby, Katherine M. Schmid, and Thomas A. Salt

Submissions from 1988

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Distribution of Cyclopropenoid Fatty Acids in Malvaceous Plant Parts, Katherine M. Schmid and Glenn W. Patterson

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Effects of Cyclopropenoid Fatty Acids on Fungal Growth and Lipid Composition, Katherine M. Schmid and Glenn W. Patterson

Submissions from 1986

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Sterols of Amaranthaceae, Sihua Xu, Glenn W. Patterson, and Katherine M. Schmid