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The Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience
The staff of the Laboratory comprises faculty, associates, students, and visiting scientists who carry out research in a variety of areas:
* Physiology and biochemistry of vision and olfaction
* Neurotransmitter physiology, pharmacology and evolution
* The structure, function and evolution of ion channels
* Cell and molecular biology of mosquito larvae
* Developmental biology of vertebrates
* Rhythmic pattern generators
* Membrane transport systems
* Gene regulation
* Hunting for useful genes in marine organisms
* Single-cell microchemical analysis
* Coastal ecology and productivity
Affiliation: University of Florida (UF)
Type of Organization: Marine Research Center or Laboratory
Main Field of Focus: Biomedical/ Biotechnological Research with Focus Questions of Human Health and Disease
Year Created: 1974
Contact Person: Anderson, Peter A. V.
Home Page URL: http://www.whitney.ufl.edu
Keywords: Education, Biology, Natural resource
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