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Dr. Terry C. Allison
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University of Texas- Pan American
Dr. Allison is Professor of Zoology and Biology at the University of Texas- Pan American. He has held the positions of Vice President, P.A.U. Chapter of Texas Association of College Teachers - 1977-1978; President, P.A.U. Chapter of Texas Association of College Teachers - 1978-1979; President, South Texas Association of Biologists - 1979-1980; and Vice President, P.A.U. Chapter of Texas Association of College Teachers - 1989-1990. He also holds membership in the following societies: Biological Society of Washington, Texas Academy of Sciences, The Crustacean Society, Texas Association of College Teachers, and Southwestern Naturalist.
Research has included numerous studies on seagrasses, molluscan communities of Laguna Madre, parasitic protozoa, toxicity and toxic interaction of aniline and pyridine, exposure of lower animals to lunar material, and species of monogenetic trematodes.
B.S. Biology, Texas A&I College, Kingsville, TX, U.S.A., 1960
M.S. Zoology, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, U.S.A., 1964
Ph.D. Zoology, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, U.S.A., 1967
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Keywords: Zoology, Biology, Seagrass, Laguna Madre, Molluscan community
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