BISC 111/113:Lab 12: Beetle Presentations

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Please refer to the [[BISC 111/113:Science Writing Guidelines | Science Writing Guidelines]] for information on writing the Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, and Literature Cited sections of your report on your ''Tribolium'' experiment. Procedures for constructing graphs and running statistical tests are available at [[BISC_111/113:Statistics_and_Graphing | Statistics and Graphing]].
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Please refer to the [[BISC 111/113:Science Writing Guidelines | Science Writing Guidelines]] for information on writing the Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, and Literature Cited sections of your paper on your ''Tribolium'' experiment. Procedures for constructing graphs and running statistical tests are available at [[BISC_111/113:Statistics_and_Graphing | Statistics and Graphing]].

Revision as of 10:18, 6 September 2011

BISC 111/113: Introductory Organismal Biology

Contents

Objectives

  1. Integrate research results with primary literature on population dynamics
  2. Present research results to student colleagues

Lab 12 Overview

I. Presentation of research results
II. Review guidelines for the final lab report

Research Presentations

Presentation of research results in written and/or oral form is a key component of the scientific process. By sharing our results, we open them to discussion and criticism, opening a route for further learning about the natural world.

Final Lab Report Guidelines

Please refer to the Science Writing Guidelines for information on writing the Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, and Literature Cited sections of your paper on your Tribolium experiment. Procedures for constructing graphs and running statistical tests are available at Statistics and Graphing.
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