Biology 103
2000 First Web Reports
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WEB REPORT #1

Biology, 2000

Students were expected, in lieu of midterm examinations, to select topics of interest to themselves and write a short paper based on exploration of materials available on the web. As elsewhere on Serendip, these are intended not as the final word on any topic but rather as expressions of the interests and perspectives of individuals and as windows to available information and perspectives available elsewhere.

Srabonti Narmeen Ali What is Cloning - Is it Right or Wrong?
Nimia Barerra DNA Computing
Jeanne Braha Lyme Disease Ticks Me Off
Melissa Donimirski Estrogen and Memory
Caroline Dyar Full Moon Madness: The Search For a Relationship Between the Mind and Lunar Cycles
Katie Gallagher Location and Evolution: Habitats Creating Inhabitants
Leila Ghaznavi Researching the Childhood Mystery
Allison Hayes-Conroy Large Cranberry and High Bush Blueberry Cultivation
Jessica Hayes-Conroy Malaclemys terrapin terrapin - The Northern Diamondback Terrapin
Alexis Hilts It's a Tough Life
Rachel Hochberg Seeing Straight
Shah Aashna Hossain "Scientific Racism" in Enlightened Europe: Linnaeus, Darwin, and Galton
Susanna Jones Talk of Circadian Rhythm
Katie Kaczmarek To Uplift or Not To Uplift: The Ethics of Genetic Manipulation
Katherine Kennedy Mifepristone (RU-486): The Medical Abortion
Julie Kwon Cloning: Right or Wrong
Naomi Lim The Uncertainties of Genetically Modified Foods
Clare Lindner The Feline Leukemia Virus
Meghan McCabe Sharks: Killing Machines
Jill McCainThe Bioethics Dilemma
Sarah Naimzadeh West Nile Virus
Jabeen Obaray Autism in Children
Elizabeth Paluska Tainted Meat: Clenbuterol Use in the Meat Industry
Promise Partner Is This Really a Tomato?
Debbie Plotnick Nanotechnology: The Smaller the Better
Robin Reineke Zzzzzz's: Catch 'em While You Can!
Mary Rochelle Different Forms of Birth Control
Jakki Rowlett Now Get in the Pit and Try to Love Someone: Ecstasy, Empathy, and Evolution
Joseph Santini Bone Marrow Deficiency, Genetics, and Abortion
Sujatha Sebastian Mifepristone ... "The Abortion Pill": The Facts
Trudell Smith Moss Reproduction
Sonam Tamang Cloning: Controversial Science
Anonymous What Are We Eating?




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