has decided to move the meeting to Salt Lake City because Utah public schools consider evolution central to their science curriculum.
The hospice is one of the charities the SICB
supports locally and has also raised funds from tea bar sales at the hospice.
I also thank those malacologists at the 2006 SICB
conference for discussions on this research.
This study was supported by Center for Marine Biology grants through the University of New Hampshire, a SICB
Grant-in-Aid of Research to J.M.N., an NIH grant (R15NSOD3641101) to W.H.W., and an NSF grant (#IBN9514421) to S.T.
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