Environmental Physiology in a Changing Climate

Month: April 2018

Todgham lab students present at UC Davis undergraduate research conference

Three Todgham lab undergraduate students presented posters of their research at the 29th annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Conference.  Gabi Mukai and Lorenzo Olano presented their study of inducible stress tolerance in juvenile Chinook salmon. Bryan Puentes discussed a project studying the effects of temperature and feed restriction on white sturgeon. Andrew Naslund shared his work on the effects of ocean acidification on the growth of otoliths (ear bones) in juvenile Antarctic fish. They all worked very hard on their research projects this year and did a great job presenting!

Gabi (L) and Lorenzo (R)


Andrew (L) and mentor Brittany Davis (R)


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