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First read the poster instruction file that is attached in here to get an idea on what you will be working on. Then read the lab activity file it has basic information on my poster for example it contains the hypotheses and the research question. Then after that read the HW3 file (contains information on… Continue reading First read the poster instruction file that is attached in here to get an idea o

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D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections: 1. Restate the

D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections: 1. Restate the hypotheses and predictions used in introduction 2. Summarize and analyze the results, refer to tables/figures from results section when needed 3. STATE CONCLUSIONS: compare actual results to predictions/hypothesis(es). Do your results support or negate your hypothesis(es)? 4. End with an example of why your results… Continue reading D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections:
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D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections: 1. Restate the

D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections: 1. Restate the hypotheses and predictions used in introduction 2. Summarize and analyze the results, refer to tables/figures from results section when needed 3. STATE CONCLUSIONS: compare actual results to predictions/hypothesis(es). Do your results support or negate your hypothesis(es)? 4. End with an example of why your results… Continue reading D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections:
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Learning Objectives Define inheritance Define gene, allele and trait Describe th

Learning Objectives Define inheritance Define gene, allele and trait Describe the role of DNA in protein synthesis (Central Dogma) Define genotype and phenotype Explain the relationship between genes, alleles and physical traits (phenotype) Define dominant and recessive traits Construct a Punnett square for a dominant and recessive trait for one generation Explain how traits are… Continue reading Learning Objectives
Define inheritance
Define gene, allele and trait
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D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections: 1. Restate the

D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections: 1. Restate the hypotheses and predictions used in introduction 2. Summarize and analyze the results, refer to tables/figures from results section when needed 3. STATE CONCLUSIONS: compare actual results to predictions/hypothesis(es). Do your results support or negate your hypothesis(es)? 4. End with an example of why your results… Continue reading D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections:
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In this course summative project, you will use the information you have learned

In this course summative project, you will use the information you have learned to describe the structure and function of the human organ system you selected. You will discuss and illustrate how it is affected by a specific infection, disease, or genetic condition. Your final product should be a multimedia project involving a combination of… Continue reading In this course summative project, you will use the information you have learned

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Option #1: The Community Action Plan: Written Report and Slide Presentation Your

Option #1: The Community Action Plan: Written Report and Slide Presentation Your Portfolio Project for this class is a Community Action Plan designed to alleviate or correct a public-health issue in (Food Waste) in your community. Your community can be your business, school, neighborhood, town or city of residence or birth, or county. The case… Continue reading Option #1: The Community Action Plan: Written Report and Slide Presentation
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D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections: 1. Restate the

D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections: 1. Restate the hypotheses and predictions used in introduction 2. Summarize and analyze the results, refer to tables/figures from results section when needed 3. STATE CONCLUSIONS: compare actual results to predictions/hypothesis(es). Do your results support or negate your hypothesis(es)? 4. End with an example of why your results… Continue reading D. Discussion Contents-restates and summarizes previous sections:
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