CSSF Category Awards: 2007
Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology

Junior Division


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J0411 — First Place
Alex K. Hunter, Grade 8 portrait
Can Liquid Crystals Be Absorbed by Organisms and Be Used as a Biological Stain to Measure Thermal Activity?
Advisor: Mr. Brian Hunter
School: Kastner (George W.) Intermediate School, Fresno, Fresno County
J0409 — Second Place
Samantha M. Guhan, Grade 7 portrait
Stevia: Sugar's Ultimate Competitor
Advisor: Mrs. Pamela Bluestein
School: Sycamore Canyon School, Newbury Park, Ventura County
J0419 — Third Place
Wyatt H. Spence, Grade 7 portrait
Does the Type of Container Affect the Amount of Vitamin C in Orange Juice?
Advisor: Ms. Nicole Buchanan
School: Pershing (John J.) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J0402 — Fourth Place
Kirsten I. Albers, Grade 8 portrait
Got Milk? Evaporation Rates of Milk
Advisor: Mrs. Peggy Greenfield
School: Stockdale Christian School, Bakersfield, Kern County
J0403 — Honorable Mention
Alyssa L. Chan, Grade 7 portrait
Effects of Chelation on Catalase Activity: Implications in Alzheimer's Disease
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanne Hunker
School: Rhoades (The) School, Encinitas, San Diego County
J0404 — Honorable Mention
Asimina S. Courelli, Grade 8 portrait
Exploring Protein Similarities with Bioinformatics Tools to Establish Reasonable Animal Models for Disease Research
Advisor: Mrs. Halina Schimansky
School: Carden School of Whittier, Whittier, Los Angeles County

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