You are here
L. Christine Savolainen
Microscopy and Imaging
Biomedically Important Fishes
D. rerio otolith development
DAPI and Cy5 Staining of Zebrafish embryo
Zebrafish embryos, normal development
Malformed Zebrafish fry: extended yolk sacs, abnormal curvature of spine.
Most left fry: normal development
Wax embedded Zebrafish Fry prior to staining
Adult D. rerio otoliths, manually collected
D. rerio otolith
Clear D. rerio embryo, epoxy embedded
N. ventricosa x N. truncata cultivated from seed
University of Washington, New Botany Greenhouse: Myself and a gorgeous N. truncata
Christine earned a BA and BS in Biology at Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX, and a MS degree from the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. She has taught several courses at both TAMU and Louisiana State University including but not limited to Aquaculture, Biology of Fishes, Ichthyology, Natural History of Invertebrates, Disease Management in Fisheries and Aquaculture, Vertebrate Physiology, and Introductory Biology. She is currently the Assistant Coordinator for the Biology Introductory Series (Biol 180, Biol 200, Biol 220) and teaches Survey of Physiology (Biol 118) and Elementary Physiology Laboratory (119) at the University of Washington.
Evaluation of sulfur amino acid and zinc supplements to soybean-meal-based diets for hybrid striped bass. LC Savolainen, DM Gatlin. Aquaculture 307(3), 260-265 11. 2010.
Evaluation of dairy–yeast prebiotic supplementation in the diet of juvenile goldfish in the presence or absence of phytoplankton and zooplankton. LC Savolainen, DM Gatlin III. Journal of aquatic animal health 21(3), 156-163 8. 2009.
Evaluation of amino acid supplementation of soybean-meal based diets for hybrid striped bass. LC Savolainen. M.S. Thesis, Texas A&M University. 1-50. 2008.
No publications found