Biology 103
2005 Second Web Reports
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Biology, 2005

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.

Norma AltshulerDid Dinosaurs Exist?
Drawing out Leviathan and the Science Wars
Kate DriscollOnchocherciasis: A River of Tears
Zachary GrunauA Reason to Go Bananas? The Possible Extinction of the Cavendish
Stephanie HuntThe biology of a sprain
Sara KoffPredator Plant: The Story of the Venus Fly Trap
Nick KreftingCCortex: More Human Than Human?
Iris MejiaCircumcision
Magdalena MichalakBreeding Back the Aurochs
Scott SheppardMy Mind Says What My Words Do Not Think
Brom SnyderMarathons:Going the Distance
Gillian StarkeyThe Risks of Hormone Replacement Therapy
Lizzy VriesWhy Can't My Dog Hear Me?: A Study of Congenital Deafness in Dogs
Zach WithersAs Kazakh as Apple Pie

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