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Rima Barkauskas

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  • Senior Professional Lecturer, Biology
  • ​​​M.S. & M.Ed.       
  • Biological Sciences
  • ​(773) 325-1891
  • McGowan North, Room 116       

Classes Taught
  • General Biology I and III for Science Majors (Bio 191 and 193)
  • Human Anatomy (Bio 101)
  • Human Physiology (Bio 202)​

Select Publications

Lucas, K., R.T. Barkauskas, S.A. Maher, B.A. Jacobs, J.E. Bauman, A.J. Henderson, and J.M. Calcagno. 2002. Longitudinal study of delayed reproductive success in a pair of white-cheeked gibbons (Hylobates leucogenys). Zoo Biology 21:413-434. 

Barkauskas, R.T., and T.C. Sparkes. 2002. Abstract from: Effects of abiotic and biotic stress on patterns of energy storage and use in two species of crustacean: Gammarus pseudolimnaeus and Caecidotea intermedius). Annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Anaheim, CA. p. 117-118.

Mills, C, R.T. Barkauskas, K. Fultz, and T.C. Sparkes. 2004. Stress-tolerance and species distributions in stream communities: A comparative study with Caecidotea intermedius (tolerant) and Gammarus pseudolimnaeus (intolerant). Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference, Notre Dame, IN.​​​​​​​​