Andrew Whipple

Faculty & Staff

                     

Dr. Andy Whipple

Biology

 

     
     

Professor of Biology & Research Advisor

Office Location: Euler 306
Phone: (765) 998-5333
Email: anwhipple@tayloru.edu

Specialties: Microbiology, Bioethics, Cell Biology, Cell Tissue Cultures, Azalea research, Faith and Science Integration, Senior Capstone

 

Major Career Accomplishments:

Career Awards

Who’s Who in Theology and Science
Who’s Who in Science and Engineering
Alpha Chi Omega

Professional Memberships and Activities

American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Scientific Society
American Society for Cell Biology
National Association of Biology Teachers
American Rhododendron Society
Azalea Society of America

Publications

Forrest G., Millis AJT, Whipple AP. Cyclic nucleotide esterification.  Relationship to phosphate ring geometry and growth regulation in synchronized human lymphocytes.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 1977; 178:51-57

Whipple AP, Mascarenhas JP.  Lipid synthesis in germinating Tradescantia pollen.  Phytochem.  1978; 17: 1273-1274

Whipple AP, Dalvin M. Millis AJT.  Serum-independent lymphoblastoid cells: Effects of cell density on growth.  Exp. Cell Res. 1978; 116: 457-461.

Whipple, Millis AJT.  Human lymphoblastoid cell variants defective in cell-cell adhesion.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 1979: 76: 2838-2842

Scher CD, Dick RL, Whipple AP, Locatell KL.  Identification of Balb/c-3T3 cell protein modulated by platelet-derived growth factor.  Molec. And Cellular Biol. 1983; 3: 70-81

Scher CD, Whipple AP Singh JP, Pledger WJ.  Modulation of the platelet-derived growth factor induced replicative response.  J. Cell Physiol. 1985; 123: 10-16

Whipple AP, Furlanetto RW, Scher CD.  Conditional responsiveness of a chemically transformed cell line to growth factor stimulated DNA synthesis.  J. Cell Physiol. 1987; 130: 182-190

Whipple AP.  Evolution and faith: Empathy is crucial.  Science. 2008: 320: 745

Patents

Clyde RA, Whipple AP.  Method of treating waste fluid with bacteria.  US Patent #4.530.763 issued July 23, 1985