Yeast Mating Report Guidelines (1)

Yeast Mating Report Guidelines (1) - Bio 122 Cells and...

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Bio 122 Cells and Genetics Fall 2011 Yeast Mating Report Due Date: Week 11 lab (6% of total grade) Specification: - Three to five pages - Double-spaced - Times New Roman, 12 font Section Details: 1. Introduction (in bullets): 1.2 points Explanation of yeast life cycle including alternating haploid and diploid Explanation of mating types: a and alpha Description of yeast strains, including description of dominance and color Briefly describe rationale for experiment State hypothesis and rationale for hypothesis The introduction should include in-text citations for all material gathered from sources. At the end of the document there is an explanation of how to do in-text citations and References. 2. Methods (in bullets): 0.5 points Briefly explain methods of each lab (Weeks 7, 8 and 9). Write one bullet for each week. Write methods in your own words. Do not copy lab protocol. Use past tense Use passive voice o The following link has an explanation of passive voice and other helpful science writing tips. http://writingcenter.unc.edu/resources/handouts-
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