I need to summarize this biology article related to human zygote by following sections:
Background information & importance to biology
Material and Methods (Details not required)
Length doesn't matter.
Please use the following reference:
Ivakhnenko, V., Cieslak, J., & Verlinsky, Y. (2000). A microsurgical technique for enucleation of multipronuclear human zygotes. Human Reproduction, 15(4), 911-916.
BACKGROUND INFO AND IMPORTANCE
This paper describes a microsurgical technique to remove extra nuclei from abnormal human zygotes created during infertility treatments. Removal of pronuclei from zygotes is a proven valuable technique in embryological studies, however the authors feel that this technique has been not sufficiently studied in humans, because of limited sources of zygotes and political constraints. Working with these zygotes provide great research opportunities for embryologists and can result in the information needed to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. However, previous studies have ...
In this solution I help the student find and summarize the following sections of a scientific paper: the introduction, the question researched, the hypothesis, the methods, the results, and the conclusion.
Scientific Merit Paper
Incarceration, Addiction and Harm Reduction: Inmates Experience Injecting Drugs in Prison. By: Small, Will; Kain, S.; Laliberte, Nancy; Schechter, Martin; O'shaughnessy, Michael; Spittal, Patricia. Substance Use & Misuse. 2005, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p831-843. 13p.
This is the article I chose to do the scientific merit paper on, however I need help with the the following:
Explaining and evaluating the validity and reliability of your chosen research study.
Explaining and evaluating the scientific merit of the study.
Summarizing and evaluating the advancement of knowledge.
Summarizing and evaluating the contributions to theory.
Summarizing and evaluating the hallmarks of good research.
Applying the terminology of research.
Demonstrating both the depth and the breadth of your understanding of scientific research and scientific merit by including relevant examples and supporting evidence.