Evelyn Marques Frazier
- Ph.D., Northern Arizona University, 1996
- Biology Education Research
- Undergraduate Research Mentoring
- Gopher Tortoise Conservation and Population Studies
- Insect-Plant Interaction Studies
My small research enterprise studies the ecology of insect plant interactions and the biology and conservation aspects of gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) population in Palm Beach County. The research in my laboratory is mostly conducted by undergraduate students, which complements my other research interest which is mentoring undergraduate students in research and developing new programs. I am also interested in Biology Education Research and Mentoring.
- Cooney, Brian, Danna Elhassani, Arafat Bari, Jessica Huffman, and Evelyn Marques Frazier. 2018. Prevalence and Parasitaemia levels of Hepatozoon sp. (Apicomplexa: Adeleorina) within four South Florida Gopherus polyphemus populations. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. Total of 9 pages. Under review.
Frazier, E.M., G. W. Fernandes, T. G. Cornelissen*, I. Gélvez-Zúñiga2018. Resource allocation, plant gender and gall-inducing insects on Baccharis concinna (Asteraceae). Florida Entomologist . Total pages 32. Under review.
Frazier, E.M., T. Meredith, J. Herbst, R.Garcia-Areas, C. Bennice and R. Murphey. 2018. Research curriculum models for undergraduate and dual enrollment students. Cell Biology Education. Submitted.
Marques, E.S.A. and G.W. Fernandes. 2018. The gall inducing insect community on Bacharis concinna (Asteracea): the role of shoot growth rates and seasonal variations. Lundiana International Journal of Biodiversity 12(1): 17-26 – ISSN 1676-6180.