Professor

Education / Degrees

  • Ph.D., Genetics and Zoology, Michigan State University,
  • B.S., Biology, York College of the City University of New York,
  • Courses Taught
  • Course Sections and Syllabi

    Fall 2017 Sections

    • BIOL-3134 (Cell and Molecular Biology) Section: 02
    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01

    Spring 2017 Sections

    • BIOL-3134 (Cell and Molecular Biology) Section: 02
    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01
    • BIOL-4984 (Senior Biology Seminar) Section: 02
    • BIOL-4986 (Internship) Section: 03

    Fall 2016 Sections

    • BIOL-3134 (Cell and Molecular Biology) Section: 03
    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01

    Spring 2016 Sections

    • BIOL-3134 (Cell and Molecular Biology) Section: 02
    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01
    • BIOL-4986 (PT Internship) Section: 07

    Fall 2015 Sections

    • BIOL-3134 (Cell and Molecular Biology) Section: 03
    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01

    Spring 2015 Sections

    • BIOL-3134 (Cell and Molecular Biology) Section: 01
    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01

    Fall 2014 Sections

    • BIOL-3134 (Cell and Molecular Biology) Section: 03 View Syllabus
    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01

    Spring 2014 Sections

    Fall 2013 Sections

    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01
    • BIOL-4666 (Evolutionary Genomics) Section: 01W
    • BIOL-5666 (Evolutionary Genomics) Section: 01 View Syllabus

    Spring 2013 Sections

    • BIOL-2107 (Prin of Biology I for Bio Majr) Section: 01
    • BIOL-2107 (Prin of Biology I for Bio Majr) Section: 02
    • BIOL-2107 (Prin of Biology I for Bio Majr) Section: 03
    • BIOL-2107 (Prin of Biology I for Bio Majr) Section: 04
    • BIOL-3621 (Genetics) Section: 01
    • BIOL-6999 (Thesis) Section: 03
  • Publication List

    Kral L.G. (2015) Possible identification of CENP-C in fish and the presence of the CENP-C motif in M18BP1 of vertebrates. F1000Research, 4:474 (doi: 10.12688/f1000research.6823.1) [View Publication]

    Harriet N. Abbey and Leos G. Kral (2015) Adaptive Evolution of CENP-A in Percid Fishes. Genes 6(3), 662671. [View Publication]

    Fountain D.M., Kral L.G. (2011) Isolation and Characterization of the Etheostoma tallapoosae (Teleostei: Percidae) CENP-A Gene. Genes. 2(4): 829-840. [View Publication]

    Kral, L.G. (2010) Multiple Nuclear Gene Analysis of the Divergence between Populations of the Tallapoosa Darter, Etheostoma tallapoosae. Southeastern Naturalist 9(2):373-384. [View Publication]

    Connelly, H.M., Tabit, C.R., Kral, L.G. (2006) Population structure of the Tallapoosa shiner (Cyprinella gibbsi) and the Tallapoosa darter (Etheostoma tallaposae). Southeastern Naturalist 5(1):85-92. [View Publication]

    Brogdon, S.M., Tabit, C.R., Kral, L.G. (2003) Population structure of the Tallapoosa darter (Etheostoma tallaposae). Southeastern Naturalist 2(4): 487-498. [View Publication]

  • Other Information

    Research Interests

    • Conservation genetics of fish species that are endemic to the Tallapoosa watershed in western Georgia. Specifically, the genetic structure of the Tallappoosa darter (Etheostoma tallapoosae) and the Tallapoosa shiner (Cyprinella gibbsi) populations.
    • Evolution of centromeric protein A (CENP-A) in darters.
    • Utilization of whole genome sequences to explore adaptive variation among Tallapoosa darter populations and closely related darter species.

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