CSSF Category Awards: 2007
Mammalian Biology

Junior Division


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J1117 — First Place
Samantha Y. Lux, Grade 8 portrait
How Well Do Horses Learn?
Advisor: Mrs. Rita Armstrong
School: Los Cerritos Middle School, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County
J1106 — Second Place
Riley A. Callahan-Mayo, Grade 8 portrait
How Long Can You Hold Your Breath?
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1104 — Third Place
Emily J. Boone, Grade 8 portrait
Is the "Mosquito Tone" an Example of Selective Teenage Hearing?
Advisor: Mrs. Mary Filakouridis
School: Mariners Christian School, Costa Mesa, Orange County
J1112 — Fourth Place
Jonah Kaye, Grade 6 portrait
Taste Buds vs. Ice
Advisor: Mr. Ryan Fletcher
School: Stanford (Jane Lathrop) Middle School, Palo Alto, Santa Clara County
J1101 — Honorable Mention
Varun Agarwal, Grade 8 portrait
Sweet n' Deadly
Advisor: Dr. Cynthil Vanogopal
School: Buena Vista Middle School, Salinas, Monterey County
J1102 — Honorable Mention
Tanner E. Akol, Grade 7 portrait
Hypertension in the Veterinary Office
Advisor: Mr. Darrell Steely
School: Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County
J1113 — Honorable Mention
Taylor L. Kerr, Grade 8 portrait
How Does Grooming Affect a Horse's Heart Rate?
Advisor: Mrs. Barabra Coffing
School: Kucera (Ethel M.) Middle School, Rialto, San Bernardino County
J1119 — Honorable Mention
Kelly A. McGinnis, Grade 7 portrait
Domestic Cat (Felis catus) Responses to Bird Sounds
Advisor: Mr. Manuel Garcia
School: Three Rivers Union School, Three Rivers, Tulare County

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