BISC 330L Group Presentation Guidelines

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BISC 330L Group Presentation Guidelines During the week of April 28 , each group is required to give an oral presentation on a specific metabolic disorder or any other biochemistry-related topic . Think about what would be an interesting topic, something your classmates would like to hear more about. Some possible choices are familiar topics such as diabetes, high cholesterol levels, lactose intolerance, or biochemistry of aging, or less known ones such as Maple Syrup Urine disease, Metachromatic leukodystrophy, or Fabry's disease. The goal of the presentation is to take a look at the things from the biochemistry perspective utilizing knowledge and information you have acquired this semester. Your presentation gives the rest of the students an opportunity to learn something new, and it also provides each student an opportunity to speak in front of an audience. In order to avoid different groups presenting the same topic, each group is required to submit their choice(s) during the week of April 7 . You have to use scientific papers to back up your research on the particular topic, so it would be best if you quickly scan some papers related to your topic before deciding on the final choice. Sometimes you think of an interesting topic but when you start looking for research papers or review papers you just cannot find any suitable ones. Good sources would be journals such as
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course BISC 330L taught by Professor Petruska,tower during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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