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ESPC 2008 - Ottawa (Ontario)

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Rebecca Wolfe is a grade 12 student of Three Oaks Senior High School. This inspiring Marine Biologist has been interested in Marine Biology and science from a very young age. Her interests in the marine life that many of her fellow Islanders depend upon for their livelihoods has lead her to study the invasive species of vase tunicate. Her project has lead to the creation of a test using DNA for early detection of this species in waterways. After graduation she will be furthering her studies in the field of science at an acredited university. She plans on furthering the project.

Rebecca Wolfe

Identifying Ciona intestinalis Via COX1 Primers
Division:Biotechnologie / Innovation environnementale
Région:Prince Edward Island
Ville:Miscouche, PE
École:Three Oaks Senior High School
Sommaire:In recent years the invasive species the Vase Tunicate (Ciona intestinalis) has become a problem throughout waterways around Canada. Identifying this species in waterways is difficult with only two inefficient methods; using DNA Primers and Polymer Chain Reaction, is a possible, efficient and effective way to identify Ciona intestinalis in a water sample.

Prix Valeur
Le Prix Manning en innovation
Sponsor: Ernest C. Manning Awards Foundation
500,00 $
Le Prix Manning en innovation
et le prix Manning aux jeunes Canadiens et Canadiennes de 4 000 $
Sponsor: Ernest C. Manning Awards Foundation
4 000,00 $
Total4 500,00 $