CSEF Category Awards: 2019
Microbiology (General)

Junior Division

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Awards Ceremony photo to come

J1510 — First Place
Annabelle E. Hsieh, Grade 7
How Temperature Stressors Affect Organelle Movement during the Light to Dark Cycle of Pyrocystis fusiformis
Advisor: Ms. Jacqueline Newman
School: Chandler School, Pasadena, Los Angeles County
J1514 — Second Place
Shukriya A. Osman, Grade 8
Do Antioxidants Prevent Chemotherapy Cell Toxicity?
Advisor: Ms. Najwan Naserelddin
School: Bright Horizon Academy, San Diego, San Diego County
J1515 — Third Place
Pola V. Pietrzkowski, Grade 8
Increasing Amount of Proteins in Edible Plant Cells to Improve Plant-Based Food
Advisor: Mrs. Afsaneh Miller
School: Fairmont Private - North Tustin Campus, North Tustin, Orange County
J1501 — Fourth Place
Michael M. Baghdassarian, Grade 8
What Isolated Substances in Manuka Honey Can Preserve Raw Unrefrigerated and Unpasteurized Milk from Spoiling?
Advisor: Mrs. Lida Gevorkian
School: Chamlian (Vahan & Anoush) Armenian School, Glendale, Los Angeles County
J1503 — Honorable Mention
Allen L. Bryan, Grade 7
Bacteria Invade Your Veggies
Advisor: Ms. Melissa Bolles
School: St. Catherine of Siena School, Burlingame, San Mateo County
J1511 — Honorable Mention
Ella L. Ivan, Grade 7
How Mid-Winter Storms Affect Bacteria Levels in Major Waterways of Northern California
Advisor: Mr. Nicholas Dedini
School: Jacoby Creek Elementary School, Bayside, Humboldt County
J1512 — Honorable Mention
Sai Rithvik Kotla, Grade 8
The Hardiest of the Hardy: Assessing the Endurance Limit of Some Extremotolerant Microbial Life Forms
Advisor: Ms. Prasanna Srinivasan
School: Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, Camarillo, Ventura County


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