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KEVIN ZHANG, Princeton sophomore studying Molecular Biology




Major: Molecular Biology

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2016

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Kevin is a sophomore hailing from Philadelphia. While he is majoring in Molecular Biology, his interests vary from physical chemistry to American history. He is a co-president of the Princeton Botany Club, and loves nothing more than exploring the wonders nature offers. While he can't bring his entire carnivorous plant bog to Princeton, he at least has a terrarium of assorted carnivores that he dotes on.



Past Classes

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S180: A Secret Life of Plants: Carnivorous Diets in Splash Spring 14 (Apr. 26, 2014)
Plants aren't as innocent as you might think! While many will let you or other animals eat them, others have turned the table...horrifically devouring animals that cross their paths. What are these plants? Why do they trap insects? Where do they live? Come learn about the luring, trapping, and digesting mechanisms of carnivorous plants, from the famous Venus Flytrap to lesser known beasts like the butterworts and dewy pine. Perhaps you'll even get to take a little carnivore home with you!