1 Student Version — Rubric for Lab 3 Assignments f Resources Hypothesis Development: LIFE —pp. 13-16, Knisely—pp. 2-5, and Massimo Pigliucci—pp. 127-134 Writing: Knisley: A Student Handbook for Writing, SBU edition Statistics: Taylor & Taylor: Catch Up Math and Statistics for the Life Sciences f Total Points 50 pts = Hypothesis per group (10 pts) + Methods-Results individual (40 pts) Point Breakdown for (Group) Hypothesis Testing in Lab Notebook (10 points) • 5 points: Devise a hypothesis about an animal’s structure , function , or behavior • 5 points: Propose an experiment or set of observations to test hypothesis Point Breakdown for (Individual) Methods and Results on the Isopod Experiments (40 points) Due Week of Oct. 13 th • 10 points: Methods – see Knisely pp. 32-36 • 30 points: Results – see Knisely pp. 36 - 51 Written 20 Table 10 Include all of the following data Standard Experiments – Group and Class Data • Wet vs. Dry Habitat Preferences • Moisture Source Preference
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2009 for the course SBU 101 taught by Professor Debag during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.