Peer Review of Research proposal

Peer Review of Research proposal - Pinal Patel Peer Review...

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Pinal Patel Peer Review for Alex Moore, Trang Lam, Javid Aceil, and Sarah Schatz Proposal for “Tiny Crustaceans Face Huge Problem” BIOL 1108L, Thursday 8:00 AM TA: Jessica Hoffman March 3, 2011 There are every parts included in this research proposal. In the introduction, the information about the Daphnia is not coherent from starting to the end. It has some unnecessary things said according to the question been asked. There is not much information about the heart rate of Daphnia. It talks about the life cycle, food cycle of Daphnia. There is not much of research written about the heart rate of Daphnia. The introduction addresses the pollution topic over and over. The proper context is not provided to frame the research question. The hypothesis is not made at the end of the introduction paragraph. There is an explanation about how the experiment should be carried. There is enough information about the Daphnia.
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course BIOL 1108L taught by Professor Stanger-hall during the Spring '09 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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