BI 130 Laboratory Exercise 1 Summer 2010

BI 130 Laboratory Exercise 1 Summer 2010 - Laboratory...

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Laboratory Exercise 1 : Dietary/Nutritional Supplements, Good for what ails you? Description and Purpose The goal of this laboratory exercise is to gather and evaluate the evidence concerning the use of a particular non-FDA approved dietary/nutritional supplement/remedies (hereafter referred to as ‘supplements’). For this assignment, begin by identifying a supplement that you, a family member or friend have taken. Alternatively, you may explore a supplement that you simply have an interest in. Examples of such supplements include (but are not limited to) Echinacea, St. Johns Wort, Chondroitin, Creatine, Pokeweed, etc. Note: legal drugs ( e.g ., antibiotics, Ritalin, etc.), illegal drugs ( e.g ., methylamphetamine, Cannabis sativa , Peyote, LSD, etc.), recognized vitamin and mineral supplements (essentially anything found in multivitamins, e.g ., Vitamin C, Vitamin A [including Retinol and derivatives], Selenium, Folic Acid, etc.) and/or foodstuffs/common spices and herbs ( e.g ., blueberry, olive oil, onion, garlic, parsley, rosemary, etc.) are NOT valid subjects for this research project. Projects focused on inappropriate compounds will receive a grade of zero. You will
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2010 for the course BIO 130 taught by Professor Xi-friedman during the Summer '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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