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"Riffles, Runs and Pools." Lake Superior Streams. School of Fisheries, University of Washington., n.d. Web. 09 Apr.2016."Crawfish Water Quality and Management." The Fish Site. N.p., 07 Mar. 2010. Web. 09 Apr. 2016.18. You are responsible for preparing and submitting a formal lab report for Exercise 12. To prepare you for this report, please read pages vii to x in your lab manual. Please complete Library Modules 4 and 5. You will find a link to the Library Modules and cricket references pertinent to the report under the ‘Formal Report’ tab on LabClicker. Include your answers to the questions in Modules 4 and 5 in this lab analysis.Module 4: Boolean Operators & Search StrategiesModule 4 Video Question: Please move only animals that lay eggs AND fly.Answer: Birds and ladybugs lay eggs and fly. Question: Please move the animals to show those that lay eggs OR fly. Answer: Blowfish, ostriches, beavers, and seahorses lays eggs. Bats fly. Birds and ladybugs lays eggs and fly. Question: Please move only those animals that lay eggs but do not flyAnswer: Blowfish, ostriches, beavers, and seahorses lays eggs.4A (via lab manual)Question: Indicate the numerical results from the “search history” of the terms “virus” OR/AND/NOT “bacteria” searches. Which search produces the most results? Which search produces the least?Answer: Virus or Bacteria: 237,961 results most resultsVirus and Bacteria: 3,622 results least resultsVirus not Bacteria: 147,333 results4B (via lab manual)Question: Indicate your concept of terms with AND/OR Boolean operators for the reference on salamanders by Prosen, et al. 2004.Answer: Courtship AND PlethodonBehavior AND amphibianReproduce AND salamander4C (via lab manual)Question: Make a list of keywords that you think would be useful to find additional references for your formal report.Answer: cricket, Acheta domesticus , sexual selection, fight, competition, mate, behavior, male, female, sing, food, offspringsExercise 10 Page 7 of 11
4D (via lab manual)Question: Using many of the keywords as possible from 4C, design a hierarchy type or concept map with the search terms. Answer: 1.Cricketa.Acheta domesticus2.Sexa.Maleb.Female3.Behaviora.Matei.Sexual selectionii.Fight iii.Offspringsb.Competition i.Singii.Food4E (via lab manual)Question: Based on your hierarchy of the search terms, create several search strategies using Boolean operators to find similar articles for your formal report. Use “OR” for terms that express the SAME concept and use “AND” to connect terms that express different concepts.Answer: Female or sexual selection; male or competition; competition and mate; cricket and singing; offsprings or sexual selectionModule 5:Databases vs. the Library Catalog(Understanding Citations Tutorial – Elements of Citations – sublink within video) Question: What type of source is this? Volanto, Keith. Texas, Cotton, and the New Deal. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 2005.