BIO 325L Lecture 4 - This Week In Lab. This Lab activities...

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This Week In Lab…. This Week In Lab…. Lab activities Lab activities Quiz Quiz Fly lab Part 3 Fly lab Part 3 (pp. 22-23) Evaluate F1 progeny Evaluate F1 progeny Make F1 crosses Make F1 crosses DNA typing Lab 1: PV92 (pp. 29-36) DNA typing Lab 1: PV92 (pp. 29-36) Micropipetting technique Micropipetting technique DNA - short interpersed element: DNA - short interpersed element: Alu Alu insert insert Self-prep genomic DNA extraction Self-prep genomic DNA extraction Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) procedure Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) procedure Practical test: sexing flies Practical test: sexing flies
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What do you need to turn in? HW HW pre-lab Q pre-lab Q Sordaria sp. Sordaria sp. Results Results Fly notation and white-eyed mutations homework Fly notation and white-eyed mutations homework Prelab/homework assignment Mini-practical test: microscopy technique
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Regarding Thesis Statements A thesis statement is a single declarative sentence that states what you want your readers to know, believe, or understand after having read your essay , i.e., a statement of the point the essay makes. In developing your thesis statement you should not be thinking primarily about how you want your essay to start . You should be thinking about what what you want the whole essay you want the whole essay to say to say , … , … …what you want the reader to know or believe at the end at the end of the essay, not not the beginning the beginning . . Your Thesis Statement should be: Your Thesis Statement should be: clear and unambiguous. clear and unambiguous. precise and limited. precise and limited. controversial or informative. controversial or informative. defensible. defensible.
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different types of thesis statements - analytical : breaks down an issue or idea into its component parts. breaks down an issue or idea into its component parts. Rest of paper presents evaluation of parts to the reader. Rest of paper presents evaluation of parts to the reader. - explanatory: explains something. explains something. Rest of paper presents explanation to the reader. Rest of paper presents explanation to the reader. - argumentative: makes a statement of opinion (or proposal, interpretation, etc.). makes a statement of opinion (or proposal, interpretation, etc.).
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BIO 325L Lecture 4 - This Week In Lab. This Lab activities...

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