CSSF Category Awards: 2015
Plant Biology

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J1830 — First Place
Jacquelyn B. Opalach, Grade 8
Investigating the Accuracy of the Method Foresters Use to Estimate the Radial Growth Rate of Trees
Advisor: Mr. Greg Ennes
School: Sunny Brae Middle School, Arcata, Humboldt County
J1829 — Second Place
Isaiah L.D. O'Neal, Grade 8
Plant Electrophysiology: How Does the Stimulation of Trigger Hairs Affect Action Potential Generation in Venus Flytraps?
Advisor: Mrs. Darshana Shah
School: Portola (Gaspar de) Highly Gifted Magnet Middle School, Tarzana, Los Angeles County
J1832 — Third Place
Neal B. Shipman, Grade 8
Marsh Invasion: Testing if Early Germination Gives an Edge to Algerian Sea Lavender
Advisor: Mr. J.D. Trebec
School: Albany Middle School, Albany, Alameda County
J1825 — Fourth Place
William S. Lyons, Grade 6
Zeolite Power: Do Zeolite Minerals Enhance Plant Growth?
Advisor: Mrs. Tracy Lawrence
School: Riverside STEM Academy, Riverside, Riverside County
J1810 — Honorable Mention
Madison A. Elliott, Grade 7
Calling the Right Shots
Advisor: Mrs. Wendi Rodriguez
School: Heritage (The) School, Phelan, San Bernardino County
J1811 — Honorable Mention
Daniel W. Feng, Grade 6
Spinning Seeds: How Centrifugal Force Affects the Growth of Plant Roots
Advisor: Mrs. Ann Bennett
School: Turtle Rock Elementary School, Irvine, Orange County
J1815 — Honorable Mention
Arham A. Habib, Grade 7
Annie Zhang, Grade 7
Variation of Growth between Genetically Modified and Non-Modified Plants
Advisor: Mrs. Hitu Saksena, Ms. Hitu Saksena
School: Diablo Vista Middle School, Danville, Contra Costa County

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