Annette W. Coleman
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Annette W. Coleman is a Stephen T. Olney Professor Emerita of Natural History at Brown University, where she is a faculty member in the Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry. Her work examines "...the nature, quantity and mode of distribution of DNA genomes of mitochondria and plastids," as well as "...the species problem, how separate species evolve. The work examines particular species and genera of the volvocales, freshwater green algae, brown algae, and abalones, and the analysis includes mating compatibility, chromosome number, and DNA relatedness as determined by sequencing." Dr. Coleman attended Barnard College (AB, 1955) and Indiana University (PhD, 1958).