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  • The Orchid Grower - A Juvenile Forensic Science Adventure Novel

    The Orchid Grower
    A Juvenile Science Adventure Novel about Orchids and Genetic Engineering
    Genetics
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    Repeat Griffith's and Avery, MacLeod and McCarty's experiments - demonstrate that DNA is the “transforming factor” [E]
    Can we use the chemoreceptors in our oral cavities to differentiate between different human genes in order to recognise or choose a potential reproductive mate? [P]
    Unique Haplotypes of Mitochondrial DNA Control Region in a Han Chinese Family [E]
    Trace Your Ancient Ancestry Through DNA [E]
    Use DNA Sequencing to Trace the Blue Whale's Evolutionary Tree [E]
    Transposon Tn5398 of Clostridium Difficile (DNA sequences) [P]
    A taxonomic reassessment of the orders ectocarpales and scytosiphonales based on ribosomal small subunit DNA sequences [E]
    Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering
    Exploring DNA Damage: What Effect Do Ultraviolet Rays Have on Yeast Colony Growth? [E]
    Optimizing Bacterial Transformation Efficiency: Heat and Cold Shock Parameters and DNA Plasmid Concentration [E]
    Factors That Cause Degradation in Oncorhynchus DNA [P]
    Will DNA Survive Separated From Other Cell Components? [P]
    Transposon Tn5398 of Clostridium Difficle (DNA sequences) [P]
    Medicine
    Research mutations in the RNA of influenza strains such as H1N1 to determine whether the mutations follow a cyclical pattern that could be used to predict future outbreaks. [P]
    DNA Database to Defeat Cancer [P]
    Mathematics
    RNA Alignment Scoring Based on Covariance [E]
    Computer Science
    Silicon vs. DNA computers [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E]
    Genetic Algorithm [P]
    Forensic Science
    Forensic Science & Biometrics Science Fair Prjects and Experiments
    Botany
    A taxonomic reassessment of the orders ectocarpales and scytosiphonales based on ribosomal small subunit DNA sequences [E]
    Environmental Sciences
    To develop anti-RPA2 antibodies which can be used in immunoabsorbent assays to detect and characterize DNA damage done by chemicals in river. [P]
    Determine if treating wastewater with ultraviolet light will increase bacterial resistance to ultraviolet light in the effluent by triggering constitutive production of DNA repair enzymes. [E]
    Microbiology
    Measure bacterial transformation efficiency as a function of plasmid DNA concentration. [E]
    Biochemistry
    DNA Science Fair Prjects and Experiments
    Future Science
    A system that detects a person’s identity through a blood and DNA test and checks through a database that contains all of the patient’s medical history, preventing misdiagnosis and mistreatment due to language barrier, memory, and unconsciousness [P]
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