CSSF Category Awards: 2009
Plant Biology

Junior Division


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J2037 — First Place
Christopher W. Weddington, Grade 8 portrait
Reduced Irrigation Affects Citrus Fruit Size
Advisor: Mrs. Nicole Luckin
School: Fairmont Elementary School, Sanger, Fresno County
J2010 — Second Place
Robbie E. Gray, Grade 8 portrait
Investigating a Practical Eradication Method for the Invasive Parrot Feather
Advisor: Mrs. Jewely Lopez-Lickey
School: Sanger Academy Charter School, Sanger, Fresno County
J2028 — Third Place
Morgan C. Riggins, Grade 8 portrait
Enhancing the Biomasses of Raphanus sativus with Different Manures
Advisor: Mr. James Spandikow
School: Madison Middle School, Oceanside, San Diego County
J2023 — Fourth Place
Matt C. Moropoulos, Grade 7 portrait
Electrifying Soil
Advisor: Ms. Stephanie Wald
School: Ralston Middle School, Belmont, San Mateo County
J2006 — Honorable Mention
Keegan C. Dahm, Grade 7 portrait
What Is the Long Term Effect of Electricity and Metal on Plant Tumors?
Advisor: Mrs. Dawn O'Connor
School: Ascencion Solorsano Middle School, Gilroy, Santa Clara County
J2014 — Honorable Mention
Monique C. Iuster, Grade 8 portrait
Befuddled Bean Seeds: The Effects of Gravity and Centrifugal Forces on the Gravitropism and Growth of Bean Seeds
Advisor: Ms. Sherri Kilkenny
School: Mission Hill Junior High School, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County
J2015 — Honorable Mention
Laura D. Jennings, Grade 6 portrait
Aquatic Plants and Their Different pH Levels
Advisor: Mrs. Andria Bloom
School: El Tejon Middle School, Lebec, Kern County
J2021 — Honorable Mention
James M. McCabe, III, Grade 6 portrait
Gregory M. Regan, Grade 6 portrait
Can Food By-Products Be Used as a Natural Supplement for Plant Growth?
Advisor: Ms. Sharon Escalona-Olsen
School: American Martyrs School, Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles County

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