Biology 103
Fall, 2006

Second Web Papers

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.

Simone BiowStem Cells Cure Blindness
Margaret BoharaThe Dracula of Hormones: Melatonin
Cristiane de OliveiraUnconscious Life: The Occurrence and Complications of Anencephaly
Sarah GaleShould You Get a Flu Shot, And Other Stories
Karen GinsburgWhy Do We Smile?
Amelia JordanWhat is the Point of Aggressive Behavior?
Georgia LawrenceMaking Babies: Why Bigger is Better
Courtney MalpassThe Bones Behind "Bones"
Meagan McDanielThe Physical Difficulties Behind Learning to Speak Another Language
Kelsey McMillenThe Science of Marvel
Cayla McNallySexual Differentiation and Gender Roles
Sarah MellorsSleep: What is It? Why Do We Need It? How Much is Enough?
Hannah MuellerOrthomolecular Psychiatry as a Preventative Measure
Angely MondestinSeasonal Affective Disorder: Its That Time of the Year Again
Moira NadalAre All Scars Equal?
Kali NobleDeep Sea Trawling, Fish Populations, Seamounts, and a Moratorium
Corey NorcrossMacular Degeneration: Losing your Sight in the Blink of an Eye
Ingrid ParedesIntolerance of Gluten Protein
Kaari PittsIntersex - The Third Sex?
Mia PrenskyBreaking Ground with the HPV Vaccine
Priscilla RoneyDon't Speak, Just Move: Body Language as Non-Verbal Communication
Biology Student 2006Dissection and Vivisection: Animals as Classroom Tools
Kelly SoudachanhWhat Causes Smoking Addiction: Nicotine or Dopamine?
Ananda TriulziBreeding Horses
Annabella WoodLactose Intolerance

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