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A graduate student injecting a sea urchin to induce spawning while Professor Robert Jacobs looks on

Contributor:
University of California, Santa Barbara. Learning Resources/Photographic Services and University of California, Santa Barbara. Publications Office
Photographer:
Swalling, W. (Wilfred)
Creation Date:
[circa 1958-1983]
Topics:
Teachers, Students, Laboratories, University of California, Santa Barbara, Aquatic animals, Scientists, and Marine biology
Genres:
photographic prints and photographs
Notes:

Title from accompanying information. Date supplied by library staff.

Citation:
[Item description]. University Archives photographs collection. UArch 112. Department of Special Research Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Description:

Marine Pharmacology -- A sea urchin is injected to induce spawning at the marine pharmacology laboratory at UC Santa Barbara in a test to determine if compounds made from marine organisms will inhibit cell division in urchin eggs. From left are graduate student Ellen Burley and Steven White, Professor Robert Jacobs, who is director of the marine pharmacology program, and graduate student Paul Culver.

Physical Description:
1 photograph : print ; sheet 21 x 26 cm
Format:
Still Image
Collection(s):
University Archives photographs collection
Series:
Series I. Photographs. Subseries D. Goleta Campus
Folder:
Departments: Marine Science Institute, c. 1954-1983
Library Location:
Department of Special Research Collections
ARK:
ark:/99999/fk4n312j6j
Local Identifier:
uarch112-g00016
Rights:
Inc.icon only.dark In Copyright
Copyright Holder:
University of California (System). Regents
Restrictions:

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