hiThe first part of this assignment was due in before the Midterm and was available in Module 3. Go
to the "Independent Project Hypothesis/Control" discussion forum to sign up for a project and propose a hypothesis AND describe a control you will use (5 points). Remember, each experiment must be unique and Biology based.
Now: Write a 3-5 page paper including the following:
- Descriptive title of your experiment
- Hypothesis of your experiment
- Introduction - why you chose this experiment, background to understand your experiment
- Materials and Procedures - list of your materials and a brief outline of the procedures you used
- Experimental results - well labeled pictures (with data tables and graphs if needed) of your results (be sure to include controls!)
- Conclusions - do your results support or negate your hypothesis, what next steps would you take to find out more.
- References - cite references for your procedures and any information you mentioned in the Introduction. Use the CSE/CBE style Name-Year system.
For reference style go to: http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/DocCSE_NameYear.htmlFormat: 1.5 spaced, 1" margins, 12 point font.
Submit your paper in Word format (doc, docx) or pdf format online.
- Be sure that it is in either word (doc, docx) or pdf format.
- The title of your uploaded file should be the title of your experiment.
- Only one file may be uploaded for your project (pictures must be contained in the document)
- The Independent Project must be biology related.
- Report must contain tables of your data or pictures (having both is a plus!)
- To avoid plagiarism, one photo MUST be of yourself (face shot) with your experimental materials. Reports submitted without this photo can only earn up to 50% of the points.
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