Biology 103
2000 Second Web Reports
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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 Abortion - Methods and Procedures
Nimia Barerra Bioinformatics: The Gold Rush of Today
Jeanne Braha Synchronized Cycles
Melissa Donimirski Health Effects of Menstruation and Birth Control Pills
Caroline Dyar Aspartame: The REAL Story?
Katie Gallagher Lobotomy and Schizophrenia
Leila Ghaznavi Friend for Life: My Clone and I
Allison Hayes-Conroy Eastern and Western Shingles Treatment
Jessica Hayes-Conroy Streamway Corridors: The Importance of Riparian Buffer Zones
Alexis Hilts "There's Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself"
Rachel Hochberg The Stone Age, the Ice Age, the Bronze Age...
Shah Aashna Hossain The Root of Reward of Reward Deficiency Syndrome
Susanna Jones All Things Explained: A look into Sociobiology
Katie Kaczmarek How to Diagnose a Friend with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (And What to Do With Them Afterwards...)
Katherine Kennedy The AIDS Epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa
Julie Kwon Dinosaur Extinction
Naomi Lim Accepting and Adapting: Antioxidants and aging
Clare Lindner The Northern Spotted Owl in Danger of Finding a Home
Meghan McCabe Do Human Pheromones Really Exist?
Jill McCainTechnology and Bilingualism
Sarah Naimzadeh Wonder Girls and Steroids
Jabeen Obaray Who Should and Who Should Not Inhabit the World?
Promise Partner The Brain in Your Gut
Debbie Plotnick Nanomachines and Biological Systems: Utopia or Dystopia
Gloria Ramon Race: Social Concept, Biological Idea
Robin Reineke Did Emotions Evolve?
Mary Rochelle Cannabis: Passing the Pipe to Cancer Patients
Jakki Rowlett You Think I Therefore Am?: The Ethnobiology and Ethics of the Haitian Zombie
Joseph Santini It Hurts: How We Biologically Experience Physical and Emotional Pain
Sujatha Sebastian Mutant CCR5 .A Cure For AIDS?
Trudell Smith Left and Right Sides of the Brain: Which Is Your Dominant Side?
Sonam Tamang Clearing the Thoughts on Depression
Jennifer Wilson The Ebola Virus: Candidate for Genetic Mutation?
Anonymous Breast Cancer and the Environment

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