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I would like to do a science fair project next year on the heart and chloresterol since it is a big issue in health these days. Is it possible for me to use organisms like Daphnia (in which I can see their hearts under a microscope) or earthworms and feed them high-fat diets and see how what kind or a response I receive from them? Is there any other way for me to do an experiment on chloresterol and other animals or insects?? Thank you for any information that you can give me.
Re: Can animals besides mice be used as subjects in chloresterol experiments?
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