Unformatted text preview: others? What kind of “hedge words” or qualifiers, such as possibly, likely, perhaps, etc. did the authors use to discuss their conclusions and their results? Why is this important in interpreting their results or qualifying their conclusions? 5. Discuss how the authors explained their data in relation to other work related to their research? Do they cite other authors directly by name or indirectly? Do they support or criticize others’ data? 6. Analyze what you see as the strengths and weaknesses of the methods used for the research or the conclusions drawn. 7. Given the results and conclusions reported in this article, describe additional research that you believe will contribute to the scientific knowledge in this topic area....
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- conclusions, Crop Management CS, Journal of Crop Management