Biology 103
Fall, 2006

Third 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 BiowThe Cholesterol Conundrum
Margaret BoharaFlying Fish
Cristiane de OliveiraEmpty Crib, Whole Woman: The Phenomena of Pseudocyesis
Sarah GaleBad Bad Plastics
Karen GinsburgMaking Love Logical: The Neurological Process of Love
Amelia JordanCocaine: Where It Comes From and its Neurological Effects
Georgia LawrenceAsthma in America: The Silent Suffering
Courtney MalpassMy On-Going Battle Against Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Meagan McDanielDeep Ancestry: DNA Testing and Heritage
Kelsey McMillenDissociated Controversy
Cayla McNallyCorrelations Between Alcoholism and the Brain
Sarah MellorsLittle Tweak = Big Sweet
Angely MondestinTetany: Are We Harming Our Children?
Hannah MuellerThe Sixth Sense of Direction, or Navigation Secrets of Migratory Birds
Kali NoblePearls: The Unabridged Story
Corey NorcrossEschericia Coli: A Dangerous Bacterium or a Test Model?
Ingrid ParedesInsomnia
Priscilla RoneyThe Predator's False Promise: Pseudoscience Over Reason
Biology Student 2006Sea-Monkeys
Kelly SoudachanhThe Sound of Music: Infrasound and Humans
Annabella WoodSynesthesia

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