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Guide to the Grover C. Stephens Papers
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Series:1  Publications 1950-1989

Physical Description: 0.6 linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

Series comprises a near complete collection of reprints of Stephens' scientific publications. The list of published articles in Folder 1:1 identifies missing titles.

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Chronological
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List of published articles

 

Reprints of published articles

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1. Influence of daylength on the diurnal rhythm of black chromatophores of the fiddler crab, Uca pugnax 1950

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2. A culture method for Artemia 1951

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3. A molt-inhibiting factor in the central nervous system of the crayfish, Cambarus 1951

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4. Studies of the daily rhythmicity of the fiddler crab, Uca 1951

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5. The control of cement gland development in the crayfish, Cambarus 1952

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6. A non-birefringent mechanism for orientation to polarized light in arthropods 1952

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7. Review of "Study of Instinct" by N. Tinbergen 1952

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8. The orientation of Drosophila to plane polarized light 1953

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9. Persistent diurnal rhythms of O₂ consumption in the periwinkle, Littorina littorea and the oyster drill, Urosalpinx cinereus 1953

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10. A persistent tidal rhythm of activity in the mud snail, Nassa Obsoleta 1953

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11. Relationship between time of day and inhibiting influence of low temperature on the diurnal chromatophore rhythm of Uca 1953

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12. Induction of molt in the crayfish, Cambarus, by exposure to light 1954

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13. Persistent daily and tidal rhythms of oxygen consumption in two species of marine snails 1954

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14. Activity rhythms in the mud snail, Nassa obsolete 1955

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15. Induction of molting in the crayfish, Cambarus, by modification of daily photoperiod 1955

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16. Influence of the rate and the magnitude of temperature change on the diurnal melanophore rhythm of the fiddler crab, Uca pugnax 1955

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17. Responses of the diurnal melanophore rhythm of Uca pugnax to changes in temperature 1955

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18. Electrophorectic separation of chromatophorotropic principles of the fiddler crab, Uca 1956

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19. The rate of disappearance of the melanophore-dispersing hormone from the blood of the fiddler crab, Uca 1956

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21. Uptake of amino acids from sea water by ciliary-mucoid filter feeding animals 1957

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22. Amino acid uptake in marine invertebrates 1958

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23. Chromatophorotropic principles of the green gland of the fiddler crab 1958

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24. Enzymatic inactivation of chromatophorotropic principles from the fiddler crab, Uca 1958

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25. Studies on the effect of population size on the diurnal melanophore rhythm of the fiddler crab, Uca 1958

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26. Biological Rhythms 1959

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27. Comparative Endocrinology (review) 1960

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28. The mechanism of glucose uptake by the coral, Fungia 1960

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29. Uptake of glucose from solution by solitary coral, Fungia 1960

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31. Populations as circadian systems 1961

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32. Uptake of amino acids by marine invertebrates 1961

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33. Amino acids in the economy of the bamboo worm, Clymenella torquata 1962

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34. Circadian melanophore rhythms of the fiddler crab: Interactions between animals 1962

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37. Review of Waterman (ed.), Physiology of Crustacea 1962

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39. Uptake of amino acids by the bamboo worm, Clymenella torquata 1962

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40. Uptake of organic material by aquatic invertebrates, I, Uptake of glucose by the solitary coral, Fungia scutaria 1962

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41. Uptake of phenylalanine by Tetrahymena pyriformis 1962

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42. Characteristics of amino acid accumulation by Clymenella torquata 1963

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45. Uptake of organic material by aquatic invertebrates, II, Accumulation of amino acids by the bamboo worm, Clymenella torquata 1963

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46. The blinded fiddler crab: An invertebrate model of circadian desynchronization 1964

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47. The phylogenetic significance of distribution of creatine in the invertebrates 1964

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48. Uptake of organic material by aquatic invertebrates, III, Uptake of glycine by brackish-water annelids 1964

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49. Accumulation and assimilation of amino acids by the brittle star, Ophiactis simplex 1965

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51. Photoperiodic stimulation of egg-laying in the land snail, Helix aspersa 1965

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52. Phylogency and distribution of creatine in invertebrates 1965

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53. The undergraduate program in biology at University of California, Irvine 1966

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54. Uptake of organic material by aquatic invertebrates, IV, The influence of salinity on the uptake of amino acids by the brittle star Ophiactis arenosa 1966

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55. Dissolved organic material as a nutritional source for marine and estuarine invertebrates 1967

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56. A survey of the occurrence of creatine and creatine-synthesizing enzymes and the phylogenetic significance thereof 1967

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57. Uptake and assimilation of amino acids by Platymonas 1967

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58. The Biology of Suspension Feeding by C. B. Jorgensen (review) 1968

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59. Dissolved organic matter as a potential source of nutrition for marine organisms 1968

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60. Studies of the mechanism of an in vivo creatine transport process 1968

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61. Ultrastructure of the Surface of the Body Wall of Glycera and Accumulation of Small Organic Compounds 1968

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62. Uptake of C¹⁴-labeled Glycine by the Epiflora of Marine Crustaceans 1968

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63. The accumulation of amino acids by coelomocytes of Glycera dibranchiata (abstract) 1969

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64. Alteration of flash-induced responses by intracarotid administration of harmine (abstract) 1969

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65. Dissolved amino acids and Platymonas nutrition 1969

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67. Uptake of glycine by blue-green algae 1969

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68. Uptake of organic material by aquatic invertebrates, V, The influence of age on the uptake of glycine-C¹⁴ by the polychaete, Neanthes arenaceodentata 1969

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69. Uptake of organic material by aquatic invertebrates, VI, Role of epiflora in apparent uptake of glycine by marine crustaceans 1969

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70. In vitro uptake of amino acids by erthrocytes of the hagfish, Eptatretus stouti (abstract) 1970

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71. Leakage rates of amino acid in the annelid, Stauronereis rudolphi (Della Chiaje) (abstract) 1970

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72. The occurrence of amphioxus, Branchiostoma indicum (Willey) on the west coast of India 1970

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73. Population: The Vital Revolution 1970

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74. Social and Humanistic Biology 1970

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76. Uptake and assimilation of amino acids by Platymonas. II. Increased uptake in nitrogen-deficient cells 1971

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77. Amino acid accumulation and assimilation in marine organisms, In "Nitrogen Metabolism and the Environment," Campbell and Goldstein (eds) 1972

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78. Amino acid transport in Nitzschia ovalis Arnott. 1972

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79. Distribution of creatine, guanidinoacetate and the enzymes for their biosynthesis in the animal kingdom 1972

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82. Amino acid uptake by marine phytoplankters 1974

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84. Uptake of naturally occurring primary amines by marine annelids 1975

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86. Characteristics of influx and net flux of amino acids in Mytilus californianus 1977

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87. The metabolic segregation of intracellular free amino acids in Platymonas 1977

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88. A one-way flow system for the study of amino acid transport 1977

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89. Uptake of glycine by natural phytoplankton communities 1977

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90. Effect of activity of lateral cilia on influx of amino acids in Mytilus 1978

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91. Removal of amino acid during a single passage of water across the gill of marine mussels 1978

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92. Transepidermal accumulation of naturally occurring amino acids in the sand dollar, Dendraster excentricus 1978

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94. Uptake and assimilation of amino acids by oligoxenic suspensions of sea urchin larvae 1979

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95. Uptake of amino acids by marine polychaetes under anoxic conditions 1979

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97. HPLC analysis of net amino acid influx and ammonia production by the ophiuroid, Ophionereis annulata 1980

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98. Influence of temperature and unstirred layers on the kinetics of glycine transport in isolated gills of Mytilus californianus 1980

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99. Influx and net flux of amino acids into larval and juvenile European flat oysters, Ostrea edulis (L,) 1980

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100. Uptake of amino acids and carbon metabolism in low and high salinity populations of Enteromorpha intestinalis 1980

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102. Amino acid uptake into bivalve gills and the Na+ gradient hypothesis 1982

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103. The application of high performance liquid chromatography to the study of amino acid transport in a marine bivalve 1982

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104. Bacteria-free sand dollar larvae without antibiotics: net uptake of amino acids 1982

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105. Orchids and orchinologists in the People's Republic of China 1982

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106. Recent progress in the study of "Die Ernährung der Wassertiere und der Stoffhaushalt der Gewasser" 1982

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107. Simultaneous determination of net flux for 14 amino acids in Tetrahymena using high performance liquid chromatography 1982

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108. The trophic role of dissolved organic material, In "Analysis of Marine Ecosystems," A.L. Longhurst, ed. 1981

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109. Transepidermal transport of amino acids in the nutrition of marine invertebrates 1982

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110. Transport of dissolved amino acids by the mussel, Mytilus edulis: demonstration of net uptake from natural sea water by HPLC analysis 1982

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111. Variability in Taro Seeding Populations 1982

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112. Bacteria-free sea urchin larvae: selective uptake of neutral amino acids from seawater 1983

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113. Determination of net flux of 14 amino acids in Tetrahymena pyriformis 1983

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114. Dissolved organic material and the nutrition of marine bivalves 1983

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115. Sea urchin larvae lack apparent regulatory mechanisms for amino acid transport 1983

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116. Simultaneous determination of net uptake of 16 amino acids by a marine bivalve 1983

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117. The use of high performance liquid chromatography to measure dissolved organic compounds in bivalve aquaculture systems 1983

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119. Autoradiographic analysis of amino acid uptake by the gill of Mytilus 1984

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120. Demonstration of net influx of free amino acids in Phaeodactylum tricornutum using high performance liquid chromatography 1984

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121. Regulation of net amino acid exchange in sea urchin larvae 1984

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124. Technical advances in the study of nutrition of marine mollusks 1984

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125. Uptake of free amino acids by bacteria-free larvae of the sand dollar Dendraster excentricus 1984

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126. "Citation Classic" 1985

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127. Heterotrophic utilization of amino acids by marine macroalgae 1985

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128. Net entry of amino acids in the brittle star, Ophionereis annulata 1985

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129. Sodium-dependent amino acid transport in bacteria-free sea urchin larvae 1985

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130. Regulation of uptake of free amino acids in eucaryote marine organisms 1985

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131. Uptake of free amino acids by the diatom, Melosira mediocris 1985

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132. Regulation of system L amino acid transport by Tetrahymena thermophilia 1986

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133. Uptake of amino acids by Pareurythoe californica: substrate interaction modifies net influx from the environment 1986

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134. Active uptake of amino acids by leaves of an epiphytic vascular plant, Tillandsia pauciflora (Bromeliaceae) 1987

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135. The lack of an effect of magnesium on the uptake of amino acids by the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus 1987

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136. Uptake and internal distribution of exogenously supplied amino acids in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg) 1987

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137. Characterization of a broad-scope amino acid transport system in larval and adult sand dollars 1988

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138. Distribution of amino acids to internal tissues after epidermal uptake in the annelid Glycera dibranchiate 1988

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139. Epidermal amino acid transport in marine invertebrates. 1988

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140. Epidermal uptake of amino acids in marine invertebrates: Mechanism(s) and studies of specificity 1988

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141. Influx and transepithelial flux of amino acids in the mussel, Mytilus edulis L. 1988

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142. Influx, net flux and transepithelial flux of amino acids in the hardshell clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne): influence of salinity 1988

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144. Effect of nitrogen deprivation on amino acid uptake by the chlorophyte Platymonas subcordiformis 1989

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145. Sodium-dependent amino acid transport in the chlorophyte Platymonas subcordiformis 1989

 

Series:2  Administrative and biographical files 1952-2003

Physical Description: 0.6 linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

Series includes correspondence, biographical information, and some files documenting Stephens' involvement with the School of Biological Sciences and other campus units.X

Arrangement

Alphabetical by type of material
 

Administrative materials

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Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 1989-1992

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Faculty retreat 1988

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Graduate Research Committee 1989-1990

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School of Biological Sciences 1988-1992

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Social ecology 1989-1991

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Correspondence 1969-1992

 

Personal and biographical files

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"Becoming a Biologist," autobiography 2002

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Curriculum vitae and list of publications circa 1971-1991

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Ph.D. thesis: The Control of Cement Gland Development in the Crayfish, Cambarus 1952

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Grover C. Stephens Memorial Service, October 9th, 2003 2003

Physical Description: 1 Videodisc (DVD)

Scope and Content Note

Memorial DVD prepared by the School of Biological Sciences, UCI commemorating Stephens' career
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Resignation as Dean of Biological Sciences 1985

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Sabbatical 1985-1986

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UCI Emeriti Association 1994-1995

 

Series:3  Course materials 1978-1990

Physical Description: 0.6 linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

Series documents some of the courses taught by Stephens at UCI.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by course title
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Bio 1A, 1990 1990

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Bio 104, 1982-1990 1982-1990

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Bio 150, 1978-1980 1978-1980

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Ecological/Evolutional Bio 208 1990

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Ecological/Evolutional Bio 220 1989

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Miscellaneous notes 1989

 

Series 4  Grants and research materials 1957-1994

Physical Description: 1.7 linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

Series documents lectures, seminars, and conferences attended by Stephens, as well as publications, research and grant files. Also included are slides together with research notes.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by type of material
 

Grants

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California Sea Grant 1979-1987

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Faculty research grants 1987-1990

 

National Science Foundation

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Grant proposals 1986-1991

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Grants 1978-1989

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Lectures and seminars 1959-1994

 

Research

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Manuscripts 1969-1992

 

Supporting materials

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Notes 1957-1992

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Slides circa 1978- circa 1988

Scope and Content Note

Slides consist of transparencies used for lectures, including graphs, charts, enlargements of microscopic images, and photographic images of marine life.