Gae Kovalick

Gae Kovalick

Associate Professor
Biology Program
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Biology
ST 2266


B.A., Biology, Wittenberg University, 1980
Ph.D., Biology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1984

Courses taught

General Biology I
Human Physiology
Human Anatomy lab
Invertebrate Zoology lab
Animal Physiology
Developmental Biology

Select publications

Kovalick, G.E., and Griffin, D.* (2005) Characterization of the SCP/TAPS gene family in Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 35: 825-835.

Megraw, T., Kaufmann, T.C., and Kovalick, G.E. (1998) Sequence and expression of Drosophila Antigen 5-related 2, a new member of the CAP gene family. Gene 222: 297-304.

Kovalick, G.E., Schreiber, M.C.*, Dickason, A.K.**, and Cunningham, R.A.** (1998) Structure and expression of the Antigen 5-related gene of Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 28: 491-500.

Kovalick, G.E., and Beckingham, K.M. (1992) Calmodulin transcription is limited to the nervous system during Drosophila Dev. Biol. 150:  33-46.

Kovalick, G.E., and Koeppe, J.K. (1983) Assay and identification of juvenile hormone binding proteins in Leucophaea maderae. Cell. Endocrinol. 31: 271-286.

Research interests


Characterization of genetic differences between sister species Burnsius communis and Burnsius albescens (Lep idoptera, Hesperiidae)

Analysis of male reproductive development in skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae)