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Introductory Research Report Tips ­Be explicit. Ex. Where does the observation come from? It should be either from the lab  or information from online. ­Always cite if unsure. No marks will be deducted  Exam: next week 2 parts: Part A: short answer questions at station (2min/question) closed book Part B: Questions with longer answers – open lab manual and notes ( no textbook) 1. Design a measured­response and a choice experiment 2. Analyze and graph continuous data and answer questions (mean, C.I., SD) 3. Analyze discrete data and answer question 4. Abiotic and biotic factors that affect your experimental organism  Bring lab manual, notes, calculator Hints: study as if closed book exam, summarize steps to design a sound experiment (MR  and choice experiment) ­Flag important information in your lab manual  Methods from the first section of the course such as looking at a microscope and draw  what I see.  Methods and results assignment: 24 hours from now!! A33­34 ­Name, and lab section are on the front page a) Hypotheses b) Methods­max 400 words and describe how your experim
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