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Revision as of 08:00, 19 May 2011

Wellesley College

BISC110/112- Introduction to Cell Biology- Fall 2011

   

Introduction to Cell Biology Lab        Calendar/Assignments        Resources        OWW Basics        Appendices    

Series 1: Scientific Investigation      Series 2: Genetics      Series 3: Photosynthesis     Series 4: Gene Regulation/Enzymology    

Series 1- Scientific Investigation/Behavior in Tetrahymena

In this series of four weeks of experiments you will learn:

  1. How to think, work, and write as scientists
  2. To use basic scientific equipment and techniques
  3. To make careful, unbiased observations that lead to hypothesis driven investigation
  4. To design controlled experiments to answer questions that come from observations
  5. To collect, analyze, and show data in effective figures
  6. To make and articulate conclusions from experimental results
  7. To write intelligibly in scientific research report format about your investigation and its conclusions, including the significance or implications of your findings

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