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Dr. Thomas Freeman

Dr. Thomas Freeman

Associate Professor
Bruner Hall of Science, 241
(308) 865-8595

Areas of Interest:
  • Morphology and condition indexes of diurnal raptors
  • Gender ratios of red-tailed hawks in Nebraska
  • Estimating raptor population density
  • Use of indexes (road counts) as valid estimators of density
  • Immune response to proteins modified by environmental exposures
  • Garlic mustard as an invasive species


Professional Affiliations:
Dissertation & Thesis:
  • Freeman, T. L.  1996.  Nucleotide sequence and regulation of the exuT complementing DNA of Erwinia chrysanthemi. Ph. D. Dissertation, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
  • Freeman, T. L.  1993.  Cloning and characterization of the galacturonic acid uptake system in Erwinia chrysamhemi EC16. M. S. Thesis, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.
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