JEREMIAH L. PUTNAM
- B.S., M.S., PH.D., Texas A & M University
- Assistant Professor of Biology, Holyoke Community College
- Professor of Biology, Davidson College
- Chair of the Premedical Committee, Davidson College
Professional Organizations: Appalachian Regional Electron
Microscopic Society, American Electron Microscopy Society, Health Professions
Advisors of North Carolina, National Association of Advisors to the Health
Professions, Southeast Association of Advisors to the Health Professions,
Society for Health and Human Values
- Putnam, J.L. and J.B. Parkerson, Jr. 1985. Anatomy of the heart of the Amphibia.
II Cryptobranchus alleganiensis. Herpetologica 41:287-98.
- Putnam, J.L. and J.F. Dunn. 1978. Septation in the ventricle of the
heart of Necturus maculosus (Rafinesque). Herpetologica 34:
- Putnam, J.L. 1978. A new interpretation of interatrial septation in
the lungless salamander, Plethodon glutinosus. Copeia:251-4.
- Putnam, J.L. and B.N. Sebastian. 1977. The fifth aortic arch in Amphium,
a new discovery. Copeia: 600-1.
- Putnam, J.L. 1977. Anatomy of the heart of the Amphibia. I. Siren
- Putnam, J.L. 1975. An interventricular septum in the heart of the amphibian,
Siren Intermedia. Copeia:773-4.
Current Research Interests:
The evolution of heart structure in amphibians and lungfish studied from
gross anatomical, histological and electron microscopic perspectives. Technics
include microdissection, photography and dark room, histological preparation
and scanning electron microscopic techniques including critical point drying,
gold coating and SEM operations.
Current Teaching Interests:
Introductory Biology; Comparative Anatomy; Histology; Clinical Ethics
and Practice; History of Biology
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