CBS biology presentation roster for Origins 2011

A while back, I posted the roster for the geology portion of the Origin 2011 conference, edited by the fine folks at the Creation Geology Society. Here's the final roster for the biology portion:

"An ANOPA Study of Coelurosaurian Theropods," Cavanaugh
"The Hebrew Taxonomy of Living Things," Daniels
"A Just Holy War ... with Animals? Genesis 9, Deuteronomy 20, and a Conservation Ethic for a Creation under a Curse," Demme
"Balancing Imago Dei with Dominion: A Biblical Understanding of Conservation Ethics," Elaine
"Does Biblical Similarity Inform Biological Similarity?" Francis & Chou
"A Biblical View of Australopithecines and Paleoanthropological Data," Klenck
"Biological Origins in Christian Textbooks: Problems and Suggestions for Improvement," Lantzer & Layne
"Survey of Microbial Composition and Mechanisms of Living Stromatolites of the Bahamas and Australia," Purdom & Snelling
"Application of the Post-Flood Continuity Criterion to Flowering Plants," Sanders
"Creationist Interpretation of Fossil Pollen Assemblages of the K-Pg Boundary," Sanders
"The Chimpanzee Genome is Nearly Identical to the Human Genome," Wood
"The Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is a Mammal," Wood
"Preliminary Baraminological Analysis of Jurassic and Cretaceous Avialae," Wood, Ross, Garner
"Detecting Discontinuity in the Dinosauria using Baraminic Distance Correlation," Wood, Ross, Garner

REMEMBER! The early registration deadline for Origins 2011 is this Friday, July 1. If you are presenting a contributed talk (on this list or the geology list) and you have not yet registered, please do so this week to guarantee the discount registration.

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