Department of Biology
Dr. Adele Register
Ed.D., Higher Education Administration
B.A./B.S., Liberal Arts/Biology
2001-Present, Assistant Professor of Math & Science, Department of Biology
1979-1983, Faculty Member/Student Advisor
1974-1979, Staff Research Associate IV
1968-1969, Research Associate
1967-1969: NDEA Title IV Fellow
Organizations & Memberships
RSU Committess & Service
"Multiple Chromatographic Forms of Rabbit Muscle Phosphoglucose Isomerase: Artifacts, Conformers or Genetically Controlled Isoenzymes?", James, G.T., Blackburn, M.N., Chirgwin, J.M., Register, A.M., Schnackerz, K.D. and Noltmann, E.A., Abstracts of the Pacific Slope Biochemical Conference, San Diego, CA, 1970. p.51.
"Pseudoisoenzymes of Rabbit Muscle Phosphoglucose Isomerase", Blackburn, M.N., Chirgwin, J.M., James, G.T., Kempe, T.D., Parsons, T.F., Register, A.M., Schnackerz, K.D. and Noltmann, E.A., J. Biol. Chem., 247, 1170 (1970).
"A Zinc Containing Basic Protein from Skeletal Muscle with CO Hydrolase Activity", Koester, M.K., Register, A.M. and Noltmann, E.A., Federation Proc., 36, 700 (1977).
"Basic Muscle Protein, a Third Genetic Locus Isoenzyme of Carbonic Anhydrase?", Koester, M.K., Register, A.M. and Noltmann, E.A., Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 76, 196-204 (1977).
"Chromatographic Identification of a New Subform of Carbonic Anhydrase in Rabbit Erythrocytes", Walther, H.C., Register, A.M. and Noltmann, E.A., Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 184, 319-327 (1977).
"Discovery of Carbonic Anhydrase in Rabbit Skeletal Muscle and Evidence for its Identity with Basic Muscle Protein", Register, A.M., Koester, M.K. and Noltmann, E.A., J. Biol. Chem., 253, 4143-4152 (1978).
"Identification of Pseudoisoenzymic Subforms of Muscle Carbonic Anhydrase”, Koester, M.K., Register, A.M. and Noltmann, E.A., Biochem. Biophys. Acta (1978).
Invited Presentation (Session I) February 22, 2002, eCollege User’s Conference: "Improving eLearning: Building a Community of Educators”, Kansas City, KS.
Online presentation: "Encouraging Student Involvement and Interaction in Online Science Classes” published March 12, 2002, eCollege User’s Conference site.