BISC209/S13: Assignment 209 Lab10

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Due on May 7 if you are in the Tuesday lab or on May 8 if you are in the Wednesday lab. All papers due by 5pm on the day specified.<BR>
Due on May 7 if you are in the Tuesday lab or on May 8 if you are in the Wednesday lab. All papers due by 5pm on the day specified.<BR>
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You will write a full scientific paper on our semester-long project, '''Abundance and Richness and Community Behavior of Microorganisms in a Soil Community the Wellesley College Greenhouse ________'''. Required elements are title, abstract (both graphical and in narrative form), introduction, M&M, results (including a narrative as well as figures and/or tables) , discussion, references. This research paper should use experimental evidence from your work this semester to explore our topic: abundance, diversity, and community behavior among microbes in a soil community. You will use experimental evidence to answer our investigative questions: '''"How crowded is this community? How diverse? How do individuals in the community find a niche (compete for limited resources and/or co-operate to provide useable resources for others)?"'''.<BR><BR>
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You will write a full scientific paper on our semester-long project, '''Abundance and Richness and Community Behavior of Microorganisms in a Soil Community of the Wellesley College Greenhouse ________'''. Required elements are title, abstract (both graphical and in narrative form), introduction, M&M, results (including a narrative as well as figures and/or tables) , discussion, references. This research paper should use experimental evidence from your work this semester to explore our topic: abundance, diversity, and community behavior among microbes in a soil community. You will use experimental evidence to answer our investigative questions: '''"How crowded is this community? How diverse? How do individuals in the community find a niche (compete for limited resources and/or co-operate to provide useable resources for others)?"'''.<BR><BR>
In your graded assignments, you have gotten feedback on several partial or draft sections of this paper. You may have only a few additional creative figures or tables and anaysis to add or revise.  Pay close attention to your instructor's comments and suggestions and seek clarification if needed. Please refer to information about writing in a science style found in the Resources section of this wiki and in Sakai. Particularly helpful is the information found in the Science Writing folder in Resources on Sakai, particularly the Structure of Science Writing Handout.  A grading rubric will also be posted there. Please download and refer to it BEFORE and AS you write your paper. Good luck.
In your graded assignments, you have gotten feedback on several partial or draft sections of this paper. You may have only a few additional creative figures or tables and anaysis to add or revise.  Pay close attention to your instructor's comments and suggestions and seek clarification if needed. Please refer to information about writing in a science style found in the Resources section of this wiki and in Sakai. Particularly helpful is the information found in the Science Writing folder in Resources on Sakai, particularly the Structure of Science Writing Handout.  A grading rubric will also be posted there. Please download and refer to it BEFORE and AS you write your paper. Good luck.

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Wellesley College-BISC 209 Microbiology -Spring 2013

Final Paper: Bacterial Diversity and Abundance in a Soil Community: Co-operation and Competition

Due on May 7 if you are in the Tuesday lab or on May 8 if you are in the Wednesday lab. All papers due by 5pm on the day specified.

You will write a full scientific paper on our semester-long project, Abundance and Richness and Community Behavior of Microorganisms in a Soil Community of the Wellesley College Greenhouse ________. Required elements are title, abstract (both graphical and in narrative form), introduction, M&M, results (including a narrative as well as figures and/or tables) , discussion, references. This research paper should use experimental evidence from your work this semester to explore our topic: abundance, diversity, and community behavior among microbes in a soil community. You will use experimental evidence to answer our investigative questions: "How crowded is this community? How diverse? How do individuals in the community find a niche (compete for limited resources and/or co-operate to provide useable resources for others)?".

In your graded assignments, you have gotten feedback on several partial or draft sections of this paper. You may have only a few additional creative figures or tables and anaysis to add or revise. Pay close attention to your instructor's comments and suggestions and seek clarification if needed. Please refer to information about writing in a science style found in the Resources section of this wiki and in Sakai. Particularly helpful is the information found in the Science Writing folder in Resources on Sakai, particularly the Structure of Science Writing Handout. A grading rubric will also be posted there. Please download and refer to it BEFORE and AS you write your paper. Good luck.
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