Faculty Information

NameDietmar Kueltz
Office2131c Meyer Hall
DepartmentAnimal Science
WebsiteWeb Link
EducationPhD, University of Rostock (Germany), 1992
Research InterestsResearch Focus: EcoPhysiological Proteomics of aquatic animals; Effects of climate change-related environmental stress (salinity, temperature) on aquatic organisms (euryhaline fish, invertebrates); Evolution of biochemical mechanisms that confer tolerance towards environmental stress (salinity, temperature, pollution) in aquatic animals; Mechanistic links between molecular (proteomic) and emergent higher-order (physiology, behaviors) phenotypes that are associated with environmental stress responses of aquatic animals.
Areas of EmphasisPhysiological Ecology / Ecological Genomics and Genetics
Research Abstract 
Recent Publicationshttp://scholar.google.com/citations?user=r77FlyAAAAAJ
Examination TopicsEnvironmental adaptation of animals; Fish ecophysiology; Osmoregulation; Evolution of environmental stress responses; Ecophysiology of aquatic invertebrates
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