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Tissue Culture Techniques in Plant Breeding
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5 pages in length. An excellent discussion on the use of tissue culture to enhance genetics. This innovative new science of plant breeding, defined as cultivar development based on genetically-enhanced breeding materials and assisted by deep understanding of genetic processes at the molecular level, has a vital role to play in tomorrow's agriculture, especially in tomorrow's new crop agriculture. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAtscul.wps

Transformation Techniques
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Modern biotechnology has evolved as a scientific field of inquiry concerned with both humans and the plant world. Bio-agriculture, medical usage and environmental reclamation are among the areas where plant biology has made significant contributions and is likely to continue. This 6 page paper argues that transformation techniques will play an important role in the future of plant breeding as well as genetic manipulation. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KTtrantq.wps

Unfriendly Phosphates.
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(5 pp) As an average person, I don't think that I get any dirty than most, yet the other day I did agree to help some friends move into a new apartment, and the majority of me was filthy, to the max. I decided that it was time to use one of the super-duper television-type detergents to get the various types of crud out of my clothes. Don't buy any soap with phosphates in it - one of my roomies cautioned. Why, I asked. She gave me the -like, what planet are you from look, and I decided to see what her concern was as the basis for this paper of humans and the environment. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BBphosph.doc

Using Forests as CO2 Sinks to Combat Global Warming
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A 6 page paper discussing the controversy arising from the UN Kyoto Protocol of 1997 as it has taken shape in 2000, with an explanation of the process of photosynthesis as the mechanism by which green plants remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and replace it with pure oxygen. Environmental groups claim that giving credits to industrialized nations for reforestation efforts only encourages clear cutting of old growth forests, thereby damaging biodiversity. Other groups claim that forests themselves can contribute to increased global warming. Bibliography lists 6 sources in 13 footnotes.
Filename: KSCO2sinks.wps

Watson, Crick,& The Significance of the Double Helix
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The discovery of DNA was one of the most important scientific contributions ever. In the 1950's, the discovery of the Double Helix significantly complimented our knowledge of DNA and changed the way we viewed its structure. This 15 page science history paper examines the years leading up to Watson & Crick's great discovery and the findings that came before it. Also discussed are the biographies of each of these two great scientists and the practical implications that their work has since had (i.e., helping to create a standard for criminologists, etc;). Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Doubheli.wps

Wetlands Restoration in Wisconsin
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This 5 page report discusses the fact that state officials in Wisconsin are well aware that wetlands have important value in both ecological and hydrologic terms. Wetlands furnish fundamental habitat for a wide variety of plants and animals and also improve overall water quality through trapping sediment, lowering nutrients and reducing contaminants. Unique legislation in Wisconsin has been enacted to assure that wetlands are both restored and protected. In addition, the report considers the importance of water quality as well as habitat maintenance in the restoration process. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BWwiswet.rtf

“Effects of temperature variation on Saccharomyces cerevisiae"
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A five page paper which investigates the ways in which temperature variation affects the metabolic rate of S. cerevisiae, and ways in which this is relevant in both scientific and commercial applications. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: JLyeast.wps

“The advantages of stem cell research”
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A paper which looks at the advances which have been made recently in stem cell research, and at some of the applications of stem cell cultures in the study of cellular development, pharmaceutical testing, and the treatment of patients who would otherwise require organ transplants. Bibliography lists 3 sources
Filename: JLStem.rtf


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