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You are invited to explore these projects created by participants in the 2001 LifeLines OnLine workshop.

These early-draft PowerPoint presentations are currently undergoing field testing during 2001-2002. 

Eloise Carter,
Oxford College, Oxford GA
My Twin Sister Meiosis
Ann Coopersmith,
Maui Community College
MalamaKeone'o'io Ecology, sampling, multicultural science
Linda W. Crow,
Montgomery College, TX
As the Stomach Turns Digestion, enzymes
Uma Garimella,
Volunteer State Community College, TN
and Madelyn Wilson,
Three Rivers Community College, MO
The Nerve of it All Nerve function and struture, acupuncture and alternative medicines
Joe Keen,
Patrick Henry Community College, VA
and Joseph Gar,
Paducah Community College, KY
The Way the Cookie Crumbles Osteoporosis, hormones and their actions, genetic engineering of hormones,
Stacey Kiser,
Lane Community College,  OR
How Now Mad Cow Prions, proteins, Altoids and Mad Cow Disease
Donna Maus,
Fort Scott Community College, KS
Decisions CF, genetics, gene therapy, ethics in context
Lana McNeil,
University of Rural Alaska, Nome AK
Goodbye Honeybuckets Artic biology, microbiology, waste treatment
Alan Oliveira, Brazil,
at Southeast Missouri State University
Holy Cow! Mad Cow Disease overview of etiology, control
Mark Salata,
Gordon College, GA
Outbreaks Microbiology, epidemiology
Mark Storey,
Texarkana College, TX
and Wayne McMillan,
Garden City Community College, KS
Rio Grande Wildlife Refuge Habitat restoration, Rio Grande plants and animals, aerial data, maps, etc.
Theodosia Wade,
Oxford College, GA
Where Have All the Ladies Gone? Ecological sampling in forests, conservation organizations, legal issues
These projects were created during a workshop at
Southeast Missouri State University, May 30 - June 3, 2001.

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