Ronald H. Blackmon

Ronald H. Blackmon currently works at the H.G. Cooke Department of Natural Sciences, Pharmacy and Health Professions, Elizabeth City State University. Ronald does research in Biotechnology, Cell Biology and Microbiology. Their current project is 'STEM Education with emphasis on biology, biotechnology and synthetic biology.

There are 2 included publications by Ronald H. Blackmon :

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ALTERED DEVELOPMENT IN APTEROUS DROSOPHILA: A PROJECT-BASED LEARNING MODULE 2017 70 A major challenge in teaching North Carolina Essential Standards for Biology to high schoolstudents is that many of the processes or concepts cannot be seen, which makes mastery of the material difficult. However, students can acquire and apply new k...
Trichostatin A enhances catalase activity in Drosophila melanogasterap56f 2021 36 In an aerobic environment, catalase plays an important role in the defense of cells and organisms against the toxic effects of oxygen. Possible consequences of the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) from the metabolism of oxygen include dama...