Bio Extra Credit Paper - Jonathon Neale Van Tuinen Bio 206...

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Jonathon Neale Van Tuinen Bio 206 I chose to write upon the paper “Early evolution of the venom system in lizards and  snakes” to fulfill an interest I have long held in evolutionary toxicology and to better understand  the evolutionary connection between the Squamata as expounded upon in lecture. This paper  proved a very enjoyable read and quite enlightening while all the while remaining succinct, full of  information in its brevity, and very fact-oriented. I believe that this work is an excellent model for  scientific papers and should certainly be used as an example to novice science students who  lack knowledge in the matter of writing scientific papers. This paper adheres perfectly to scientific literary convention starting with its title: “Early  evolution of the venom system in lizards and snakes.” It states the aim of the paper succinctly  and completely, and enables the enterprising researcher to determine at a glance whether the  paper is relevant to his/her current inquiry. The only thing I personally would have done  differently was perhaps to foreshadow the papers postulated result, namely that the venom 
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course BIO 206 taught by Professor Vantuinen during the Spring '08 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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