PEER REVIEW ARTICLE Vs. POPULAR PRESS ARTICLE COMPARISON PAPER (15 points). Prepare a 1050 - 1400+ word paper by obtaining a recent (less than 6 months old) article from the popular press (newspaper or magazine) and then look up a peer reviewed (expert reviewed) journal research article (does not have to be as recent) on the sam
1. List and describe the steps of the scientific method. 3. Is it sufficient to do a single experiment to test a hypothesis, why or why not? 4. What do you call a sample that goes through all the steps of an experiment but does not contain the factor being tested? 7. Why is it important to test one substanc
A. Background Information The background information of this laboratory report would include information about the slug and the substances that were used in the experiment. 1. You should included the following information on the slug. a. Classification of the organism, including kingdom, phylum, class, or
Select a laboratory procedure or experiment and carry out a review of the hazards and risks associated with the procedure. 1. using a template, write a report outlining, a. all the hazards and risks. b.what equipment, procedures etc. need to be in place in order to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner. Choose an area
Qualitative biology questions: different kinds of research methods in anthropology, qualitative and quantitative research, philosophy
See attached file for full problem description. 1. The research question "What is the meaning of the lived experience?" is used in: A. Ethnography B. Phenomenology 2. Data collection for phenomenological research is done through: A. Questionnaires B. Interviews and observation methods 3. A process
Question1. The data below was obtained in an experiment to determine the protein concentration of two unknown solutions. Analyse the data, plot a suitable graph and determine the protein concentrations of the unknowns Protein standard (mg cm-3) Absorbance at 540nm 0
Please provide detailed answers to the following: 1. IS THIS SCIENCE? In discussions of untapped human potential, it is commonly said that the average person uses only 10% of his or her brain. Is this conclusion likely to be correct? Explain your answer in terms of natural selection. 2. IS THIS SCIENCE? Both the th
I need some help answering these questions: 1. What types of ethical issues arise when an organization conducts research? How would you ethically research the solution to a strategic problem facing an organization using various research methodologies? 2. Can you give two examples of an ethical issues in a real world research
What would be a simple hypotheses of two different oganisms (not a bee and Flower) that interact with one another. by using the scientific method and imagination how would an experiment test this hypothesis. Be sure to identify variables and a control for them.
Ideas and links for obtaining a recent (less than 6 months old) article from the popular press (newspaper or magazine) and a peer reviewed journal article on the same or similar topic are included. Advice on how to clearly summarize each article in is also achieved. What was the attention to details? What triggered the rese
Identify two different types of organisms that you have seen interacting, such as bees and flowers. Now form a simple hypothesis about this interaction. Use the scientific method and your imagination to design an experiment that tests this hypothesis. Be sure to identify variables and a control for them. Text Book: B
Is this Science? Biologist E. O. Wilson has estimated that 27,000 species go extinct each year. Sinec skeptics, however, point out that scientists have documented the disappearance of only 1100 species over the past 500 years. Does this observation demonstrate that Wilson's estimate is inaccurate? Explain your answer.
Part 1 1.What do the following examples show us about the need for empirical research? Provide not only your answer to each question, but your rationale for your answer. a. If you drop a bullet off a 3-foot-high table, and fire another one straight across an empty football field, which will hit the ground first? b.
Hypothetical experiment 1. If you were to search around your house for any products that you use in your house that list the following what would they be: a. Keep out of reach of children b. Precautionary statements - hazards to humans and domestic animals c. Do not use around water, do not apply directly to water d. D
Can you give me some recommendations on a peer review article and a popular press article? Start work on Peer Review Article Vs. Popular Press Article. I have to prepare a paper by obtaining a recent (less than 6 months old) article from the popular press (newspaper or magazine) and then look up a peer reviewed journal ar
I need results for the experiment of osmosis by only changing the concentration outside the potato. But using the values volume of the total solution 20cm cubed the potato just using a normal cork borer cutting the pieces of potato to 2 cms for the results I need 5 results to be taken 3 times at a range of pure water to 2 m
This is not real, but mearly a non-fiction scenario: In isolating a novel protein from th esynapse of a cocroach that I have discovered, I get to name it too. Using immunohistochemistry, I determine that the chemical is found in axon terminals. Thus, I suspect that it might have something t do with synaptic release of vessicle
1. Use the steps of the scientific method to solve a problem. Answers should be formatted as follows: State the Problem: 1. observation 2. hypothesis 3. experiment 4. conclusion 2. Briefly describe 2 properties of water. 3. List the four principal types of biological molecules, and give an exa
The internet can be a great resource for scientific information, however you need to make sure your internet sources are reliable and the information you gain from them is truthful. The advent of the internet also allows students a unique opportunity to search through databases of scientific peer reviewed journals online and of
Learning to write a laboratory report is often a hard frustrating task for students. Lab reports must be written following a specific format and must be clear and concise. This type of writing is much different than what is expected from you in other courses. The following solution outlines the sections of laboratory reports
1. Identify two different types of organisms that you have seen interacting, such as bees and flowers. Now form a simple hypothesis about this interaction. Use the scientific method and your imagination to design an experiment that tests this hypothesis. Be sure to identify variables and a control for them. 1A Select a mole
I placed one potato slice in tape water and the other in a salt solution. What is the difference in the texture of the potatoe slices? I didn't see a change. But the next question that was asked was, What happened to the potato slice in the salt solution to cause the observed change? I couldn't answer this question because I did
I have attached an research article. I need to know - what is the experimental design used in this article? Is this an appropriate experimental design and why? - what statistical tests were used and were they appropriate and why?
My science teacher gave me 10 "beads" that have an unusual property... they change color: purple, pink, green etc, with sunlight. My assignment is to investigate this special property of the beads, and try to determine how they do what they do. I must design and conduct, at home, two original controlled experiments pertainin
Writing a good lab report in biology requires good organization and knowing what to include in each of the sections.
The difference between the various forms of the research technique of blotting. Complete with diagrams.
What is the difference between a Southern blot, a Northern blot, and a Western blot? Include a basic overview of the procedures.
This is an example of how to do an indepth analysis of a research article. This analysis is on mRNA degradation.
Analyze a peer-reviewed journal article having to do with biochemical research into mRNA degradation.