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Assignment Series 3 Reverse Genetics Using RNAi
Rubric Results Section for Series 3 BISC219 F13: Reverse Genetics Project – 27 points
| || At or Above Standard || Below Standard || Possible|
|| 1.5-2 pt. Structure of the narrative presents information in a logical sequence. Refers to figures/tables by number in the narrative & inserts figures/tables into narrative appropriately.
|| 0-1 pts. Did not impart information in a logical sequence.Did not reference figures/tables or insert them appropriately into the narrative
Does not include authorship.
| Table(s) and/or Figure(s) well designed to illustrate conclusions. Included all crucial information that allows the figure or table to make the main points visually and to “stand alone”: novice reader does not need to read the narrative or the legend to see the data’s main meaning. All data adequately identified; correct units included; labeling appropriate.
|| Figure(s) or table(s) not well designed to illustrate main points visually, clearly, or in most direct and simple way or missing essential information needed for understanding.
| Data Analysis/|
| 13-15pts. Identifies question addressed; includes a brief description of the experimental design related to the question; Uses appropriate experimental evidence and explains it effectively to a general audience. Includes all parts requested in assignment description. Writing style uses correct vocabulary, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and is clear and concise. Appropriate conclusions come logically from investigation's findings
|| 0-12.5pts. Missing question addressed, experimental design, appropriate experimental evidence or an inadequate explanation of the evidence. Does not include all aspects requested in assignment description. Inappropriate level of detail (either too much detail or too general). Writing style is not clear or concise and/or uses incorrect vocabulary, grammar, spelling, or punctuation. Unsupported conclusions or inappropriate conclusions