Chick Project Poster Description

Chick Project Poster Description - ANSC324 Here is a little...

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ANSC324 Here is a little guidance on what should be included in each section of your poster: Introduction The introduction section to your paper should be used to introduce your topic area, state your hypothesis, and tell us how the hypothesis will be tested. So, if you were investigating the Lys requirement, you might start by writing: The most recent NCR (1994) lists the Lys requirement of 0-3 wk old broilers as 1.10%. You might then go on to cite literature that either supports or does not support this requirement. When referencing papers from the literature, do so using a format similar to one of the following: Radcliffe et al. (1998) observed a decrease in stomach pH when pigs were fed diets containing 3% citric acid. or A reduction in gastric pH has been observed when weanling pigs were fed diets containing 3% citric acid (Radcliffe et al., 1998). ***If only one author is listed then simply list (Radcliffe, 2004) ***If two authors are listed then list both names (Radcliffe and Yager, 2004)
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2011 for the course ANSC 324 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '11 term at Purdue.

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