Dr Dalene Vosloo
Vosloo 
 
Dr Vosloo is researcher and lecturer at the School of Life Science, interested in studying environment induced stress responses in animals.

She is particularly interested in studying the expression of stress proteins, as well as assessing damage when the capacity of protective responses has been exceeded.

Dr Vosloo holds a MSc and PhD in Zoology.
     
Position:   Researcher and Lecturer
Qualifications:   PhD (Zoology)
MSc (Zoology)
BSc (Zoology & Biochemistry)
     
Discipline:   Cell Biology
Campus:   Westville
Telephone:   031 260 3237
 Email:   voslood@ukzn.ac.za
     
Recent Publications:












  Naidoo S., Vosloo D., Schoeman C. Accepted. Haematological and genotoxic responses in an urban adapter, the Banana Bat, foraging at wastewater treatment works. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety.

Raja-Aho S., Lehikoinen E., Suorsa P., Nikinmaa M., Vainio M., Vosloo D., Eeva T. 2013. Corticosterone secretion patterns prior to spring and autumn migration differ in free-living barn swallows (Hirundo rustica L.) Oecologia, 173:689-697.

Vosloo D., Vosloo A., van Rensburg L. 2013. Oxidative stress in abalone: the role of temperature, oxygen and L-proline supplementation. Aquaculture 416-417:265-271.

Vosloo D., Vosloo A., Morillion E.J., Samuels J.N., Sommer P. 2013. Metabolic re-adjustment in juvenile South African abalone (Haliotis midae) exposed to combinations of temperature and dissolved oxygen levels. Journal of Thermal Biology 38:458-466.

Naidoo S., Vosloo D., Schoeman C. 2013. Foraging at wastewater treatment works increases the potential for metal accumulation in an urban adapter, the Banana bat (Neoromicia nana). African Zoology 48(1):39-55.

Vosloo A., Laas. A., Vosloo D. 2013. Differential responses of juvenile and adult South African abalone (Haliotis midae) to low and high oxygen levels. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 164:192-199.

Singh U., Lutchmanariyan R., Wright J., Knight S., Jackson S., Langmark J., Vosloo D., Rodda N. 2013. Microbial quality of drinking water from ground tanks, standpipes and community tankers at source and at point of use in eThekwini Municipality, and its relationship to health outcomes. Water SA, 39(5):663-673.
     
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Postgraduate Candidates:    PG Candidates

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