Publications


Gunnels, C.W. IV, Bovard, B.D., Buzasi, D., Cassani, M.K., Douglass, J. Everham, E, Hartley, A. Herman, J. Mujtaba, M. Muller, J. Nelson, K., Nicolas, A. Southard, L. Thomas, S. and Demers, N.E. (2015) Engaging Students in Ethical Considerations of the Scientific Process Using a Simulated Funding Panel Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 36:1:12-18

Demers, N.E. (2012) Genomes and their Evolution- another Example of Gene Duplication and Divergence In: Laboratory Activities for General Biology I third edition, bluedoor publishing

Demers, N.E. (2012) Structure/Function Correlation In: Laboratory Activities for General Biology I third edition, bluedoor publishing

Demers, N.E. (2011) An Activity to Demonstrate the Genetic code, Gene duplication and Divergence.  Journal of College Science Teaching 40(6):62-64 Available with permission from the publisher

Demers, N.E. (2009) Structure Function-Lab in a Bag.  Journal of College Science Teaching 39(2):58-60.  Available with permission from the publisher

Demers, N.E. (2009) Shoreline Stabilization and Habitat Enhancement in the Mulloch Creek Basin Final report to the Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program

Savarese, M., Demers, N., Everham, E. M., Volety, A., and Kakareka, J.  (2004)   Scientific Process: an interdisciplinary core natural science course as a mechanism for faculty collaboration. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 36(5):444.

Demers, N.E. and Malenfant C. (2004) Collaboration for Point-of-Need Library Instruction Reference Services Review 32:3:264-273  Available with permission from the publisher http://www.emeraldinsight.com/rsr.htm

This manuscript refers to the Spring, 2003 section of the course Issues in Science Technology.

Meers, M.B., Demers, N.E. and Savarese, M. (2003/2004)  Presenting the Scientific Process: Introducing Philosophy, Theory, Methods and Ethics of Science. Journal of College Science Teaching 33:3:34-39 Available with permission from the publisher

McKnight, R and Demers, N.E. (2003)  Evaluating Course Website Utilization By Students Using Web Tracking Software: A Constructivist Approach. International Journal of Electronic Learning 2:3:13-17  Used with permission from the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education http://www.aace.org

Demers, N.E. (2003)  Issues in Science and Technology: Student driven inquiry directed by the Scientific Process. Journal of College Science Teaching.  32:5:330-337.Available with permission from the publisher

Bhatt, A, Demers, N.E. and Malenfant, C. (2001) Writing an Annotated Bibliography Florida Gulf Coast University Library Services. (tri-fold brochure available at the library reference desk)

Demers, N.E. and Malenfant, C. (2001) Forming a question and making a research plan. Florida Gulf Coast University Library Services. (tri-fold brochure available at the library reference desk)

Gerwick, L., Demers, N. E. and Bayne, C. J. (1999) Modulation of stress hormones and their effects in rainbow trout by means of anesthesia, sensory deprivation and receptor blockade. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 124a(3), 329-334.

Demers, N.E. and Bayne, C.J. (1997) The immediate effects of stress on innate defenses in rainbow trout. Developmental and Comparative Immunology, 21(4), 363-373.

Demers, N.E. (1996) The immediate effects of acute stress on innate immunity in rainbow trout. Oncorhynchus mykiss, Ph.D. Dissertation, Oregon State University.

Demers, N.E. and Bayne, C.J. (1994)  Plasma Proteins of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhnchus mykiss): Immediate responses to acute stress. p 1-7, In J. S. Stolen & T.C. Fletcher (Eds.). Modulators of Fish Immune Responses: Vol. 1. (pp. 1-7). Fair Haven, NJ: SOS Publications.

Demers, N.E. (1993) The acute effects of stress on plasma proteins of rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, M.S. Thesis, Oregon State University.

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