CSSF Project Listings: 2009
Mammalian Biology

Junior Division

 Photo Gallery 

Aaron D. Barnhart, Grade 8 portrait
Can Cats Be Right or Left Pawed?
Advisor: Dr. Marvin Ordway
School: Twain Harte Middle School, Twain Harte, Tuolumne County
Eli A. Hoff, Grade 8 portrait
SarahRose C. Jarvis, Grade 8 portrait
Can Bricky and Indy Coexist?
Advisor: Mr. Richard Lebeck
School: Hillside Middle School, Simi Valley, Ventura County
Alexandra S. Kokka, Grade 7 portrait
Studying the Effects of Stress and Nutrition on the Growth Rate of Mice
Advisor: Mrs. Susan Wright
School: Washington Academic Middle School, Sanger, Fresno County
J1404 — First Place
Eugene Laksana, Grade 8 portrait
Impact of Osteophase and Herbal Extracts on BMD Levels
Advisor: Mrs. Krista Taylor
School: Townsend (Robert O.) Junior High School, Chino Hills, San Bernardino County
Ryan A. McCormick, Grade 6 portrait
A-Maze-Ing Rat Senses
Advisor: Ms. Julie Dorse
School: Stone Creek Elementary School, Irvine, Orange County
J1406 — Second Place
Mary M. Raymund, Grade 8 portrait
Saddle Sense: Which Saddle Pad Material Keeps the Horse at the Coolest Core Temperature After a Twenty Minute Workout
Advisor: Mr. Art House
School: St. Margaret's Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, Orange County
J1407 — Fourth Place
Mackenzie Lynn Riney, Grade 8 portrait
Is a Horse's Stride Length Affected by Its Own Shoulder Angle or Height?
Advisor: Mrs. Erin Schumacher
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1408 — Honorable Mention
Marcia Elena Uncangco, Grade 7 portrait
How Mice Habitats Affect Cognitive Skills
Advisor: Ms. Beth Persky
School: Southwest Middle, San Diego, San Diego County
J1409 — Third Place
Christa G. Watkins, Grade 8 portrait
Equine Magnetic Orientation
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County

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