Biology 103
2001 Second Web Reports
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Biology, 2001

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.

Emi Arima What's All the Huff...Or Rather Puff...About?
H.A. Xenotransplantation
Alexis Baird Neo-Darwinism: Is It All It's Cracked Up To Be?
Millicent Bond Chocoholics
Jessica Blucher Nod: A Tourist's Handbook
Samantha Carney The Anthrax Vaccine Scare: How Inconclusive Evidence can Scar American History
Tua Chaudhuri A Serious Look at Laughter
Jackie Chew A Laugh a Day Keeps the Doctor Away?
Melissa Cook Deconstrucing Multiple Sclerosis
Christy Cox Biology and Aggression
Sana Dada Color Perception
Akudo Ejelonu Is Cloning Ethical and Should It Be Pursued?
Savithri Ekanayake Birthmarks
Katherine Fallon Diet and Depression: Is There a Link? Can it Hurt to Try?
Charlotte Ford Addicted to Rage?
Claudia Ginanni Is Nagging Effective Against Diabetes?
Jessica Kiefer The History and Importance of Informed Consent in Clinical Trials
Samantha Manewitz Allergies and Their Treatments
Rachel Moloshok Autumn Bliss: why is fall so beautiful here?
Ilana Moyer Would You Put Biotechnology-Derived Foods On Your Plate?
Caitlin O'Keefe Life on Mars?
Rianna Ouellette Ahwooooo! Does the Wolfman Liveth?
Leah RaynerDepression: Dissolving the Mysteries of Serotonin and Prozac
Rebekah RosasMexican Migrant Workers: Dying to Work
Rebecca Roth Egg Donations
Heather Shelton Convenience and Replacement: The Pervasive Corporate Influence Over Breastfeeding
Sarah Sterling Bopped by Hale-Bopp
Jennifer Trowbridge Getting at the Root of the Problem: Genetic Disease and the Human Genome Project
Debbie Wang Gene Linkage and Bipolar Depression/Manic Depression
Joelle Webb Hairy Business
Julie Wise Multiple Intelligences Theory

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