Undergraduate Honors Theses
This community contains Collections of the honors theses of Cornell University undergraduates in each of the university's colleges and schools in which they may enroll.
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(2016-05)Due to the poor regenerative potential of adult heart tissue, heart disease is a major cause of death worldwide. With developments in cell biology, researchers have gravitated towards investigating the applications of stem ...
Kar2 modification as a response to reactive oxygen species generated from protein folding machinery inside the endoplasmic reticulum (2014-01)Reactive oxygen species are generated as a byproduct of protein folding inside the endoplasmic reticulum. Hydrogen peroxide is a particular form of reactive oxygen that can damage and modify DNA as well as cellular proteins. ...
Novel epoxide-based glutamate agonist class of pesticide: Synthesis, binding mechanism, and potency (2014-05)Global food production poses one of the greatest challenges for the planet in coming decades, and synthesis of next generation safer pesticides ranks among the important methods in combating this challenge. The vast majority ...
(2014-05)Drosophila melanogaster females undergo reproductive dormancy, or diapause, under conditions of low temperature and short daylight hours. This stage is characterized by non-vitellogenic ovaries, increased lipid stores, ...