CSSF Category Awards: 2015
Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J0506 — First Place
Jake R. Johnson, Grade 8
How Will Chlorophyll a Concentrations React to Different Wavelengths of Light?
Advisor: Ms. Kim O'Malley
School: Tustin (Columbus) Middle School, Tustin, Orange County
J0507 — Second Place
Elisha D. Johnston, Grade 6
Organic and Conventional Chicken Under the Microscope: A Pilot Study Comparing Protein Quality
Advisor: Mr. Paul Burns
School: Lincoln Middle School, Santa Monica, Los Angeles County
J0517 — Third Place
Luke R. Merickel, Grade 6
Going Nuts! The Energy Inside an Almond
Advisor: Mr. Tom Clarke
School: Stockdale Elementary School, Bakersfield, Kern County
J0515 — Fourth Place
Katya M. Marchetti, Grade 8
Toxic Light Exposure on Yeast
Advisor: Mrs. Brenda Kirby
School: Rio Bravo-Greeley School, Bakersfield, Kern County
J0502 — Honorable Mention
Jyothsna Bolleddula, Grade 7
Plant Based Lipase Inhibitors: A Potential Treatment for Obesity
Advisor: Mr. Brennan Brockbank
School: Burlingame Intermediate School, Burlingame, San Mateo County
J0513 — Honorable Mention
Qianyun Lin, Grade 8
Enzyme Catalase: The Key to Hydrogen Peroxide
Advisor: Mr. John Briner
School: Fairmont Private Junior High School, Anaheim, Orange County

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