Biology master’s theses are now available full-text online.

 Following the digitization of our computer science and theology master’s theses, we now have a total of 123 biology master’s theses available full-text online. They cover a period dating from the present, back to 1950. With the exception of a few of the very oldest, whose text defied character recognition, these are all searchable by content, using “Thesis Keyword,” under Advanced Keyword Search in Ignacio.

Fluorescence micrograph of the cyanobacterium Fremyella diplosiphon, from “A system for subcloning genes from mobilizable cosmids into Fremyella diplosiphon,” by Ruth Tower(1990). This is often referred to as blue-green algae, which “acclimates to impinging green light by synthesizing the red pigment, phycoerythrin.”

Fluorescence micrograph of the cyanobacterium Fremyella diplosiphon, from “A system for subcloning genes from mobilizable cosmids into Fremyella diplosiphon,” by Ruth Tower(1990). This is often referred to as blue-green algae, which “acclimates to impinging green light by synthesizing the red pigment, phycoerythrin.”

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