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FORMAT DIRECTIONS FOR SUBMISSIONSResponses MUST be provided in the same sequence as asked. Download the section or copy each question/table in the same sequence and format as the competencies. Answer each question/task in the space(s) provided. oAnswer questions in complete sentences unless directed otherwise. oCarefully read each question and answer it exactly. No “shot-gun” approaches! (“I’ll spit back everything I know that is even remotely related to the topic at hand and hope that I get the correct answer in there somewhere!”)Your communication ability will be assessed.oWRITEYOURANSWERSINYOUROWNWORDS!!! Quotations are NOT acceptable. The point of this report is for you to demonstrate YOUR understanding of plant biology. oUse proper grammar and spelling. Proof read your responses!Write precisely and concisely. No “flowery” phrases. Plant biologists reading your paper want the facts, not flowery adjectives (even if they are flower-loving botanists!).If your sentence construction results in the meaning of your answer being unclear or inaccurate, you will not receive credit for the answer.All illustrations must be hand-drawnin order to accurately reflect what you observed in lab.Photos, either original or downloaded from the Internet, are NOT acceptable unless you are using them to supplement your hand-drawn illustrations. Credit will be earned only for your original illustrations. Be certain that each illustration is accompanied by the total magnificationat which it was drawn. All pertinent structures must be clearly labelled. (Labels may be done by hand.)Present information using your own interpretations (in your own words) and your own illustrations. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: It is your responsibility to adhere to the university’s standards for academic integrity. Violations of academic integrity include any act that violates the rights of another student in academic work, that involves misrepresentationof your own work, or that disrupts the instruction of the course. Other violations include(but are not limited to): cheating on assignments or examinations; plagiarizing, which means copying any part of another’s work and/or using ideas of another and presentingthem as one’s own without giving proper credit to the source; selling, purchasing, or exchanging of term papers; falsifying of information; and using your own work from oneclass to fulfill the assignment for another class without significant modification. Proof of academic misconduct can result in the automatic failure and removal from this course. 2
For questions regarding Academic Integrity or the Student Code of Conduct, students are encouraged to refer to the Undergraduate Catalogue, the Ram’s Eye View, and the University website at .

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