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Stuart Reichler, B.A., Ph.D.

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Awards and Recognitions

1996 Department of Botany Teaching Award

1989-1991 Undergraduate NSF/REU Research Fellowship

Related Links

Stuart's Homepage

Instructional Experience

Lecturer for:

Bio 212: Genetics and Evolution

Bio 214: Structure and Function of Organisms

Bio 301L: Molecules to Organisms

Bio 301M: Ecology, Evolution, and Society

Bio 325: Genetics


Research Snapshot

Dr. Reichler seeks to understand how extracellular ATP effects pollen and the possible role apyrases may play.

History with the Roux lab

Stuart has been associated with the lab since he was an undergraduate sophomore in the Fall of 1988.  After getting his B.A. in 1991 and working for a year in industry, he returned to the Roux lab to pursue his Ph.D. in the Department of Botany.  He held a post-doctoral research position here followed by one in Mexico at the Instituto de Biotecnologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), finally returning back to us at UT and the Roux lab in 2001.  He is currently a lecturer in biology for the University and continues to attend and contribute to research discussions in the Roux lab weekly lab meetings.

Other Publications

Estevez JM, Cantero A, Reindl A, Reichler S, Leon P. 2001. 1-deoxy-D-xylulose-5-phosphate synthase, a limiting enzyme for plastidic isoprenoid biosynthesis in plants. J Bio Chem 276: 22901-22909.