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Faculty Directory » Margaret T. Hoey


Office Hours:

Semester: Spring 2019
Tuesday and Friday 11:00AM - 12:15PM

Office Information:

Room Number: Antonucci Science Center, 228
Phone: 978-665-3618

Courses Taught:

General Biology, Genetics, General Botany, Evolution


Post-doctoral work University of Georgia, Athens

Doctor of Philosophy, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990.

Bachelor of Science, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982

Research Interests:

Flora diversity of local habitats.
Evolution of genes or species.

Representative Publications:

Birnbaum, Mark J., Jenna Picco, Meghan Clements, Hanna Witwicka, Meiheng Yang, Margaret T. Hoey, and Paul R. Odgren, 2010.  Using Osteoclast Differentiation as a Model for Gene Discovery in an Undergraduate Cell Biology Laboratory. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 38:  385–392.

Hoey, M. T. and C. R. Parks. 1994.  Intercontinental patterns of isozyme divergence in Liquidambar.  Systematic Botany.  19:  308-316

Merkle, S.A., M. T. Hoey, B.A. Watson-Pauley and S. E. Schlarbaum. 
1993.  Propagation of Liriodendron hybrids via somatic embryogenesis.  Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 34:  191-198.

Hoey, M. T. and C. R. Parks, 1991.  Isozyme divergence between eastern
Asian, North American and Turkish species of Liquidambar (Hamamelidaceae).  American Journal of Botany, 78: 938-947.

Hoey, M. T. and C. R. Parks, 1990.  The genetic control of isozymes in Liquidambar L. (Hamamelidaceae).  Journal of Heredity, 81: 393- 397.

Professional Affiliations:

AAAS – American Association for the Advancement of Science
New England Botanical Club