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1 BSC 3402 Theory and Practice in the Biological Sciences The Double Helix by Jim Watson 22 September 2010
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2 Organizational for Today Name cards Questions about web site? Class expectations? Next week Read original papers Commentaries on The Double Helix (pp. given on schedule) Response paper #2 due on The Double Helix This week: In-class response question Discussion of The Double Helix
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3 Response Paper #1 1. Read over your paper. 2. Back up your assertions. 3. Use correct format for text citations and references. 4. Get right to the point. 5. Stick to your focus. 6. Word choice matters. 7. Mismeasure of Man (and all the books in this course) is not a novel, it is non-fiction. 8. The word "data" is a plural noun so you should say “these data are…” and “this datum is…”
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4 In-class Response Question 1. Name 2. Would you describe the work that Watson and Crick did as “science”? Why or why
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course BSC 3402 taught by Professor Brockmann,h during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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