Long-Term Memory for Associative Conditioning and Glutamate Receptor Expression
Senior Project Advisor
Dr. Jacqueline Rose
C. elegans, neuroscience, learning, memory
This poster demonstrates the unique methodology used in Dr. Jacqueline Rose's lab at Western Washington University to study the impact of glutamate receptors on long-term memory in C. elegans. The poster includes a description of the purpose of the study, reasons for use of C. elegans, the methods used, as well as the data and interpretation of the results.
Dybing, Kaitlyn; Faruqi, Waleed; Aguilera, Janie; Zakos, Roma; Dahlberg, Lina; and Rose, Jacqueline K., "Long-Term Memory for Associative Conditioning and Glutamate Receptor Expression" (2021). WWU Honors College Senior Projects. 446.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Long-term memory; Glutamic acid--Receptors
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