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Fall 2006 Projects:<BR>
 
Fall 2006 Projects:<BR>
 
[[840.119:Human Growth Hormones|Using Microbial Biotechnology to Produce Levothyroxine, A Medication Used to Treat Hypopituitarism (Jessica and Casy)]]<br>
 
[[840.119:Human Growth Hormones|Using Microbial Biotechnology to Produce Levothyroxine, A Medication Used to Treat Hypopituitarism (Jessica and Casy)]]<br>
[[840.119:Microbial Hydrogen Production|Hydrogen Production by Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cells in Sulfur-deprived Environments (Patrick and Robby)]]<br>
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[[840.119:Hydrogen Production by Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cells in Sulfur-deprived Environments|Hydrogen Production by Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cells in Sulfur-deprived Environments (Patrick and Robby)]]<br>
 
[[840.119:Xenotransplantation|Xenotransplantation: Pig to Human Transplants (Kasondra and Beth)]]<br>
 
[[840.119:Xenotransplantation|Xenotransplantation: Pig to Human Transplants (Kasondra and Beth)]]<br>
 
[[840.119:project 4|Spider Silk Gene Implanted into Goats to Produce Biosteel (Stacy and Grant)]]<br>
 
[[840.119:project 4|Spider Silk Gene Implanted into Goats to Produce Biosteel (Stacy and Grant)]]<br>
 
[[840.119:Herbicide Resistance|Developing Herbicide Resistance to glyphosate in Tobacco Plants (Jaime and Hanna)]]<br>
 
[[840.119:Herbicide Resistance|Developing Herbicide Resistance to glyphosate in Tobacco Plants (Jaime and Hanna)]]<br>

Revision as of 21:55, 21 September 2006

840.119: Introduction to Biotechnology

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Fall 2006 Projects:
Using Microbial Biotechnology to Produce Levothyroxine, A Medication Used to Treat Hypopituitarism (Jessica and Casy)
Hydrogen Production by Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cells in Sulfur-deprived Environments (Patrick and Robby)
Xenotransplantation: Pig to Human Transplants (Kasondra and Beth)
Spider Silk Gene Implanted into Goats to Produce Biosteel (Stacy and Grant)
Developing Herbicide Resistance to glyphosate in Tobacco Plants (Jaime and Hanna)