2002 Category Awards in
Mammalian Biology

First Place: J1022
Stainbrook, Haileigh K. Grade 7, Fresno County
The Comparison of the Infestation of Internal Parasite Ova between Permanent Pasture and Rangeland Cattle
Advisor: Ms. Nicole Vincenti
School: Fairmont Elementary School, Sanger

Second Place: J1018
Miyazono, Evan T. Grade 8, Orange County
A Possible Cure for Some Types of Color Vision Difficiencies
Advisor: Mrs. Andrea Walker
School: Forster (Marco F.) Middle School, San Juan Capistrano

Third Place: J1007
Ferrante, Matt S. Grade 8, Santa Cruz County
The Water is Hot, How Are Your Vitals? A Study of the Effects of Hot Tubs on Blood Pressure, Pulse, and Body Temperature
Advisor: Mrs. Annie Marshall
School: Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz

Honorable Mention: J1010
Heydari, Andia Grade 8, Kern County
Thieman, Megan L. Grade 8, Kern County
Do Leonrado DaVinci's Golden Measurements Remain Constant over One Year's Growth? (A Two Year Study)
Advisor: Mr. Steven Duerr
School: Standard Middle School, Bakersfield

List of all projects in this panel

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