CURRICULUM VITAE

Cynthia M. Galloway
 

Department of Biological and Health Sciences

MSC 158

Texas A & M University

Kingsville, TX 78363

(361) 593-3790

 email: c-galloway@tamuk.edu

 

Education

1982 - 1987 Ph. D., BOTANY AND PLANT SCIENCES
  
         University of California, Riverside
            Dissertation Title: Purification,
            characterization and regulation of
            phosphoglucomutase from peas.

1978 - 1980 M.S., BIOLOGY
            California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
            Thesis Title: Effects of ethylene on lateral
            root initiation in radish.

1975 - 1978 B.S., BOTANY, cum laude
            California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
            Senior research: Chemotaxonomy of bryophytes

Employment History:

    
August 2000 - Present    PROFESSOR,
                             
Dept. of Biology, Texas
                              A&M University,Kingsville
                              Kingsville, TX

August 1994 -  2000       ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,
                         Dept. of Biology, Texas
                         A&M University,Kingsville
                         Kingsville, TX

August 1990 - July 1994  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR,
                        
Dept. of Biology, Texas
                         A&M University,Kingsville
                         Kingsville, TX

August 1989 -June 1990   ADJUNCT ASSISTANT
                         PROFESSOR
, Dept of Life
                        
Sciences, Winston-Salem
                         State Univ., Winston-
                         Salem, No. Carolina

February 1989-July 1989  RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
                        
Hawaiian Sugar Planter's
                         Assoc.
                         Aiea, HI

March 1987 - Feb. 1989   POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE
                        
Dept of Biochemistry
                         University of Georgia
                         Athens, GA   

Summer Employment

1996     VISITING SCIENTIST. USDA-ARS, Lubbock, TX.
         Differential Display of PCR products produced 
         from RNA from desiccated and non-desiccated
         Polytrichum juniperinum.

1994-95  VISITING ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - College of Biology,
         Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

1993     VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - College of Biology,
         Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

1991     QUARTER-TIME RESEARCHER - Dept of Biology, Texas A
         & M University, Kingsville, TX

Courses Taught

Biology of Forensic Science
Field Botany
Forensic Botany
General Biology 1
Genetics
Graduate Seminar   
Human Genetics
Introductory Biology 1
Introductory Biology 2    
Introductory Biology 2 lab
Introductory Botany
Introductory Cellular and Molecular Biology
Non-Flowering Plants     
Plant Growth and Development
Plant Physiology         
Plant Taxonomy
Senior Seminar       

Bibliography of Publications

1.  Negrete, IG, CM Galloway and AD Nelson. 2002. Noteworthy
    Plants Associated with the Coastal Bend of Texas. Texas J.
    Sci.54(3):241-248.
 

2.  Galloway, CM, 1999. Moss Records for
    South Texas - 2. Evansia 

3.  Galloway, CM, P Alonzo and J Perez. 1996.
    First Report of Axillary Gemmae From 
    Sematophyllum adnatum. The Bryologist 99: 240-241.

4.  Galloway, CM, C Burke and D Leubert. 1996.
    Rocella babingtonia in asouthern Texas.
    Evansia 13:76.

5.  Galloway, CM and CL Burandt, Jr. 1995. Moss records for
    northcentral Mississippi. Evansia 12: 13-18.

6.  Galloway, CM and WM Dugger. 1994. Purification and
    characterization of phosphoglucomutase from peas.
    Physiologia Plantarum 92: 479-486.

7.  Kuti, JO and CM Galloway. 1994. Sugar content and
    invertase activities from three species of Opuntia. J.
    of Food Science 59:1-3.

8.  Galloway, CM and CL Burandt, Jr. 1993. Moss Records for
    South Texas. Evansia. 10:34-40.

9.  Galloway, CM and WM Dugger. 1990. Boron inhibition of 
    phosphoglucomutase from peas. J. of Plant Nutrition. 13:
    817-825.

10. Galloway, CM and CC Black. l989. Enzymes of sucrose
    metabolism in bryophytes. The Bryologist. 92: 95-97.

11. Galloway, CM, WM Dugger and CC Black. l988. Fructose
    2,6-bisphosphate inhibition of phosphoglucomutase. Plant
    Physiol. 88: 980-982.

12. Sung, SS, DP Xu, CM Galloway and CC Black. 1988. A
    reassessment of glycolysis and gluconeogenesis in higher
    plants. Physiol. Plant. 72: 650-654.

13. Blakely, LM, R Blakely and CM Galloway. 1986. Effects
    of DMSO and pH on IAA-induced lateral root formation in
    the radish seedling root. Plant Physiol. 80: 790-791.

14. Galloway, CM, WM Dugger and CC Black. l985. In vitro
    activation of phosphoglucomutase by fructose 2,6-
    bisphosphate. Plant Physiol. 79: 920-922.

Galloway, CM l978. Orthotrichum flowersii, a new record
    for the southwestern United States. The Bryologist 81,
    354-355.

Referred Abstracts

1.  Egremy-Hernandez, JL, C Galloway and K Krakauer. 2000.
    Exploratory Bryosurvey of the Chaparral Wildlife Management
    Area.  Texas Academy of Science, February 2000. Texas A&M
    University-Kingsville, Kingsville, TX

2.  Galloway, CM. 2000. The South Texas Moss Project. Texas
    Academy of Science, February 2000. Texas A&M 
    University-Kingsville, Kingsville, TX 

3.  Negrete, IG, A Hempel, C Galloway, and A Nelson, 2000. South
    Texas Endemics From Padre Island National Seashore and the
    Upper Arm of Laguna Salada on Baffin Bay. Texas
    Academy of Science, February 2000. Texas A&M 
    University-Kingsville, Kingsville, TX 

4.  Negrete, I, AD Nelson and CM Galloway. 1999. Floristics and 
    Vegetative Ecology of Barrier Island and Mainland Tidal Flats
    on the South Texas Coastal Plain.  Texas Academy of Science,
    Texas Lutheran University.

5.  Galloway, CM. 1995. South Texas Moss flora. Texas Academy of
    Science, Baylor University. February, 1995.


6.  Galloway, CM and D Cook. 1995. Non-toxic methods of
    chlorophyll extraction and analysis. Annual meeting of
    the American Society of Plant Physiologists. Charlotte,
    NC, August 1995.

7.  J. Kuti and CM Galloway. 1994. Sucrose metabolisizing 
    enzymes from the tuna of three Opuntia species. Annual
    meeting of the American Horticulture Society. Corvallis,
    OR, August 1994.

8.  Galloway, CM and J. Kuti. 1993. Sugar content and
    Invertase activities from three species of Opuntia
    tuna. Annual Meeting of the Southern Section - 
    American Society of Plant Physiologists. Auburn
    University. March 20-22, 1993.

9.  Burandt, C and CM Galloway. 1991. Biocidal Sida. Texas
    Academy of Science, February, 1991.

10. Galloway, CM and C Burandt. 1991. A preliminary study 
    of the moss flora of South Texas. Texas Academy of
    Science, February, 1991.

11. Tanoye, L, C Galloway, A Maretzki and M Thom. l990.
    Enzymes Related to the Degrative Pathways for Sucrose in
    Sugarcane Stalk Tissue. Plant Physiol. 93s:111.

12. Black, CC, SS Sung, T Loboda and CM Galloway. 1988.
    Pathways and control of sucrolysis in plants. In:
    US-Japan Binational Seminar on Photoconversion and
    Photosynthesis. Honolulu, Hawaii, December, l988.

13. Black, CC, DP Xu, SS Sung, and CM Galloway. 1987.
    Pyrophosphate metabolism and the regulation of
    glycolysis and gluconeogenesis by fructose
    2,6-bisphosphate. Vama, Bulgaria, September, l987.

14. Galloway, CM and WM Dugger. l987. The regulation of
    phosphoglucomutase by boron and inorganic pyrophosphate.
    Plant Physiol. 83s:88.

15. Galloway, CM and WM Dugger. 1986. Purification and 
    characterization of phosphoglucomutase from peas. Plant
    Physiol. 80s:54.

16. Galloway, CM, WM Dugger and CC Black. 1985. The
    activation of phosphoglucomutase by fructose
    2,6-bisphosphate. Plant Physiol. 77s:110.

17. Blakely, LM, C Galloway and R Blakely. 1984. The pH of
    the medium affects lateral root formation in response to
    exogenous auxin. Plant Physiol. 75s:131.

18. Dugger, WM, RL Palmer and C Galloway. 1983. The 
    incorporation of UDP[14C] glucose by intact cotton 
    fibers grown in vitro. Plant Physiol. 72s:61.

19. Galloway, CM and LM Blakely. 1980. The effects of
    ethylene on lateral root initiation in radish. Plant
    Physiol. 65s:35.

Nonreferred Abstracts

1.  Black, CC, CM Galloway and SS Sung. l989. How do plants 
    feed themselves sucrose? In: International Workshop of
    Plant Physiology. Havana University. October, l989.

2.  Galloway, CM. l989. Sucrose Breakdown in Higher Plants. 
    Tenth Annual Plant Physiology in Hawaii Symposium.
    University of Hawaii - Manoa. May 5, l989.

3.  Blakely, LM and C Galloway. 1982. Protoplasts from
    radish lateral root primordia. Genetic Engineering of
    Plants. University of California, Davis, CA. August
    15-19, 1982.

4.  Galloway, CM. 1980. The effects of ethylene on lateral
    root initiation in radishes. California Botanical
    Society Graduate  Student Meetings. University of
    California, Riverside. March 26-27, 1980.

5.  Galloway, CM. 1979. Notes on mosses of San Diego County,
    California. Annual Meeting of the American Bryological
    and Lichenological Society. Stillwater, Oklahoma. August
    12 - 17, l979.

6.  Galloway, CM. 1979. Mosses new to southern California.
    Annual Meeting of the Southern California Academy of
    Sciences.  Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA. 
    May 1979.

7.  Galloway, CM. l978. Southern California Grimmia. Annual
    Meeting of the Southern California Academy of Sciences.
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.
    May,1978.

Referred Proceedings

1.  Galloway, CM and CL Burandt, Jr. 1991. A preliminary 
    study of the moss flora of south Texas. In, D. Gattis,
    ed., Symposium Proceedings of the Texas Academy of
    Science.pp. 35-38.


2.  Black, CC, DP Xu, SS Sung and CM Galloway. l988. 
    Alternative routes in the biology of plants:
    Illustrated with pyrophosphate metabolism and sucrose
    nutrition. In Proceedings of International Symposium
    on Plant Mineral Nutrition and Photosynthesis '87.
    eds. S. Vaklinova, V. Stanev and M. Dilova. pgs.
    206-214.

3.  Black, CC, N Paz, S Morrell, C Galloway and WM Dugger.
    l985. Fructose 2,6-bisphosphate roles in regulating
    plant sugar metabolism. In DD Randall, et al., eds.
    Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology,
    Vol 4. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, pgs.
    156-165.

4.  Blakely, LM, and C Galloway. 1982. Protoplasts of
    meristematic cells from radish lateral root primordia.
    ICMB, Cal Poly, Proceedings. 

Books, Chapters, Monographs, etc.

1.  Galloway, CM. 1992. Index to Volume 95 of the
    Bryologist.  The Bryologist, 95:492-501.

2.  Galloway, CM. 1988. Plant Sugar Metabolism. In
    McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology - 1988.
    SP Parker, ed., pgs. 319-321.

3.  Brum, G.D. Endangered Species Trends Project. Final
    Report to the Southern California Edison Company.
    Research Assistants: C. Bayless, D. Bramlett, S. 
    Carter, D. Dutton, C. Galloway, G. Keaslor, K. Oatman,
    V. Ryden.

Published Book Reviews

1.  Galloway, CM. 1998. Review. Advances in Photosynthesis.
    Vol. 5.  Photosynthesis and the Environment. Plant
    Science Bulletin. 44:25-26

2.  Galloway, CM. 1998. Review. Subcellular Biochemistry.
    Vol. 29.  Plant-Microbe Interactions. Plant Science 
    Bulletin. 44:  
 
3.  Galloway, CM. 1998. Review. Dictionary of Plant Lore.
    Plant Science Bulletin. 44:

4.  Galloway, CM. 1996. Review of Mosses and Liverworts of
    Rainforest of Tasmania and Southeastern Australia. In
    Plant Science Bulletin. 43: 80.

5.  Galloway CM. 1996. Review of molecular Biology: A
    Projects Approach. In Plant Science Bulletin. 43: 89-90.

6.  Galloway, CM. 1994. [Review] William D. Reese.
    Calymperaceae. Flora Neotropica Monograph 58: 1-102.
    The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York, 10458.
    In The Bryologist 96: 678.

7.  Galloway, CM. 1994. [Review] Noris Salizar Allen.
    Leucophanaceae. Flora Neotropica Monograph 59: 1-11.
    The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York, 10458.
    In The Bryologist 96: 677-8

Presented Papers

International

1.  Black, CC, CM Galloway and SS Sung. l989. How do plants
    feed themselves sucrose? In: International Workshop of
    Plant Physiology. Havana University. October, l989.

2.  Black, CC, SS Sung, T Loboda and CM Galloway. 1988.
    Pathways and control of sucrolysis in plants. In:
    US-Japan Binational Seminar on Photoconversion and
    Photosynthesis. Honolulu, Hawaii, December, l988.

3.  Black, CC, DP Xu, SS Sung, and CM Galloway. 1987. 
    Pyrophosphate metabolism and the regulation of 
    glycolysis and gluconeogenesis by fructose
    2,6-bisphosphate. Vama, Bulgaria, September, l987.

National

1.  Perez, Z and C Galloway. 1999. Purification and
    characterization of phosphoglucomutase from Polytrichum
    juniperinum.
SACNAS Annual Meeting. 

2.  Perez, Z and C Galloway. 1999. Purification and
    characterization of phosphoglucomutase from Polytrichum
    juniperinum.
8th Annual McNair Conference. 

3.     Galloway, CM and D Cook. 1995. Non-toxic methods of
    chlorophyll extraction. Annual Meeting of the American
    Society of Plant Physiologists. Charlotte, NC, August
    1995.

4.  Kuti, J and CM Galloway. 1994. Sucrose metabolisizing 
    enzymes from the tuna of three Opuntia species. Annual
    Meeting of the American Horticulture Society. Corvallis,
    OR, August 1994.

5.  Tanoye, L, C Galloway, A Maretzki and M Thom. l990.
    Enzymes Related to the Degrative Pathways for Sucrose
    in Sugarcane Stalk Tissue. Annual Meetings of the
    American Society of Plant Physiologists. Indianapolis,
    IN.

6.  Galloway, CM and WM Dugger. l987. The regulation of
    phosphoglucomutase by boron and inorganic 
    pyrophosphate. Annual Meetings of the American Society
    of Plant Physiologists. St. Louis, Missouri.

7.  Galloway, CM and WM Dugger. 1986. Purification and
    characterization of phosphoglucomutase from peas.
    Plant Physiol. Louisiana State University. Baton Rouge,
    Louisiana.

8.  Galloway, CM, WM Dugger and CC Black. 1985. The
    activation of phosphoglucomutase by fructose
    2,6-bisphosphate. Brown University. Providence, RI.

9.  Blakely, LM, C Galloway and R Blakely. 1984. The pH
    of the medium affects lateral root formation in response
    to exogenous auxin. Annual Meetings of the American
       Society of Plant Physiologists. Colorado State
    University, College Station, CO
.

10. Dugger, WM, RL Palmer and C Galloway. 1983. The
    incorporation of UDP[14C] glucose by intact cotton
    fibers grown in vitro. Annual Meetings of the American
    Society of Plant Physiologists. University of
    California, Davis, CA.

11. Blakely, LM and C Galloway. 1982. Protoplasts from
    radish lateral root primordia. Genetic Engineering of
    Plants. University of California, Davis, CA. August
    15-19, 1982.

12. Galloway, CM and LM Blakely. 1980. The effects of
    ethylene on lateral root initiation in radish. Annual
    Meetings of the American Society of Plant Physiologists.
    Vancouver, WA.

13. Galloway, CM. 1979. Notes on mosses of San Diego
    County, California. Annual Meeting of the American
    Bryological and Lichenological Society. Oklahoma State
    University,  Stillwater, Oklahoma. August 12 - 17, l979.


Regional (Southeastern United States)

1.  Galloway, CM, R. Williams and D. Raymundo. 1998. Water
    Relations: Something Old, Something New. Annual Meeting
    of the Southern Section - American Society of Plant
    Physiologists. Roanoke, VA.

2.  Williams, R. and CM Galloway. 1998. Physiological and
    Biochemical Viability of Dessicated Tortula ruralis and
    Polytrichum juniperinum. Annual Meeting of the Southern
    Section - American Society of Plant Physiologists.
    Roanoke, VA.

3.  Galloway, CM and J. Kuti. 1993. Sugar content and
    Invertase  activities from three species of Opuntia
    tuna. Annual Meeting of the Southern Section - American
    Society of Plant Physiologist. Auburn University. March
    20-22, 1993.

4.  Galloway, CM. 1991. Fluctuations in sucrose synthase
    activity in attached and detached potato tubers. Annual
    Meeting of the Southern Section - American Society of
    Plant Physiologists. Lexington, Kentucky. Feb. 24-26,
    1991.

State

    California

1.  Galloway, CM. 1980. The effects of ethylene on lateral
    root initiation in radishes. California Botanical
    Society Graduate Student Meetings. University of
    California,  Riverside. March 26-27, 1980.

2.  Galloway, CM. 1979. Mosses new to southern California.
    Annual Meeting of the Southern California Academy of
    Sciences. Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA. May 1979.

3.  Galloway, CM. l978. Southern California Grimmia.
    AnnualMeeting of the Southern California Academy of
    Sciences. California State Polytechnic University,
    Pomona, CA. May,1978.

Hawaii

1.  Galloway, CM. l989. Sucrose Breakdown in Higher Plants. 
    Tenth Annual Plant Physiology in Hawaii Symposium.
    University of Hawaii - Manoa. May 5, l989.

Texas

1.  Egremy-Hernandez, JL, C Galloway and K Krakauer. 2000.
    Exploratory Bryosurvey of the Chaparral Wildlife Management
    Area.  Texas Academy of Science, February 2000. Texas A&M
    University-Kingsville, Kingsville, TX

2.  Galloway, CM. 2000. The South Texas Moss Project. Texas
    Academy of Science, February 2000. Texas A&M 
    University-Kingsville, Kingsville, TX 

3.  Negrete, IG, A Hempel, C Galloway, and A Nelson, 2000. South
    Texas Endemics From Padre Island National Seashore and the
    Upper Arm of Laguna Salada on Baffin Bay. Texas
    Academy of Science, February 2000. Texas A&M 
    University-Kingsville, Kingsville, TX


4.  Negrete, I, AD Nelson and CM Galloway. 1999. Floristics and 
    Vegetative Ecology of Barrier Island and Mainland Tidal Flats
    on the South Texas Coastal Plain.  Texas Academy of Science,
    Texas Lutheran University.

5.  Galloway, CM. 1995. Bryological Research in South Texas.
    Texas Academy of Science, Baylor University.

6.  Galloway, CM. 1992. Effects of Ethylene and IAA on root
    elongation in developing Wisconsin Fast Plant
    seedlings. Texas-Wisconsin Fast Plant Team Annual
    Report, May, 1992.

7.  Burandt, C and CM Galloway. 1991. Biocidal Sida. Texas
    Academy of Science, Stephen F. Austin University.

8.  Galloway, CM and C Burandt. 1991. A preliminary study
    of the moss flora of South Texas. Texas Academy of
    Science, Stephen F. Austin University.

    Local

1.  Perez, Z. and C.M. Galloway. 1999. Partial Purification
    and Characterization of Phosphoglucomutase from
    Desiccated Polytrichum juniperinum.

2.  Raymundo, D. and C.M. Galloway. 1999. Physiological and
    Biochemical Viability of Dessicated Mosses. Texas A&M -
    Kingsville 1st Annual President's Distinguished Research
    Day. April 16, 1999.

3.  Raymundo, D. and C.M. Galloway. 1998. Physiological and
    Biochemical Viability of Dessicated Moss Species. McNair
    Scholar

4.  Galloway, CM and CL Burandt. 1994. Mosses of North-
    central Mississippi. Research Day. Texas A&M 
    University, Kingsville, April 1994.

5.  Galloway, CM and J. Kuti. 1993. Sugar content and
    sucrose metabolism in three species of Opuntia tuna.
    Research Day. Texas A&I University, April 20, 1993.

Honorary Societies

    Beta Beta Beta - President, Cal Poly Chapter, l977-78
    Phi Kappa Phi
    Sigma Xi
   
California Scholastic Federation

Professional Societies

American Bryological and Lichenological Society (ABLS)
American Society of Plant Physiologists (ASPP)
Botanical Society of America (BSA)
British Bryological Society (BBS)
International Society of Bryologists (ISB)
Southern Section - American Society of Plant Physiologists 
   
(SS-ASPP);Secretary/Treasurer 1993-94;Vice Chairman
    1994-95;Chairman 1995-96)
Texas Academy of Science (TAS)
    Botany Section President-Elect 2000-2001

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