Charles H. Mallery

Assoc. Professor
Associate Dean for Graduate and Administrative Services

Phone:
(305) 284-3188
Locator Code:
2221

 
About
I have served as a technical swim official to the National Governing Body of Swimming in the United States, U.S.A. Swimming and to the NCAA , where I have been the referee for over 25 National Championships, 4 U.S. Olympic Festivals, and 4 Olympic Trials. I Worked as a technical swim official on the pool deck at the 1988 Seoul Olympics, the 1994 Rome World Championships, the 1995 Pan Pacific Championships, the 1995, 1999, & 2003 Pan Am Games, the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, the 1998 Goodwill Games, and as head referee for the Women's NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships since 1997.

Research Interests

My research interests include the study of the developmental changes that occur in the biochemistry and physiology of germinating plant root cells ; the molecular profiles of DNA, RNA and protein during root cell germination ; the role of transport ATPase enzymes in the adaptation of gill tissue to varying haline aquatic environments ; and the role of intracellular compartment kinetics in the ionic balance of mangroves to varying haline environments.

Teaching Interests

Freshman biology for majors, Cell and Molecular Biology, Developmental Physiology and Biochemistry.
Career

Education

1970-1972Post Doctoral Fellowship, Laboratory Quantitative Biology, University of Miami University of Miami
1970Ph.D. Plant Biological Chemistry University of Georgia
1965B.S. Botany University of Georgia

Professional Experience

1972 - Faculty Member, University of Miami
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Tropical Biology | Cell and Molecular Biology

Publications

Mallery,C.H. and Teas,H.J. "The Mineral Ion Relations of Mangroves: I. Root Compartments and Ion Exclusion at Low Salinity. " 1123-3525 (Plant and Cell Physiology. 1985).


Mallery,C.H. "A Carrier Basis for Ammonium Extrusion in a Teleost Gill. NH4-stimulated Na-dependent ATPase Activity in Opsanus beta" 889-9774A (Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 1983).