Albino or White Tigers Annotated Bibliography
Topic: White/ Albino Tigers
Making sure you can find proper, reliable sources for your project is essential. Sometimes you may find you can’t find enough research already completed on a topic. Sometimes there will be too much to wade through to create a concise report. By working through the primary literature on a topic, you can begin to determine whether your topic is feasible and the direction your thesis will take in your final report. Using the resources we discussed in class as well as any you normally use to find primary literature, create an annotated bibliography. Find at least 10 research articles and complete the following for each article:
- The full citation for the article
- Provide a summary of the article
- How does this article connect with your topic?
Abstract About White Albino Tigers Summary
An abstract is essentially a summary of the paper to follow. You will find abstracts before most research articles and is used as both a guide to the reader as well as a roadmap of the article ahead. When using an abstract for primary literature, the abstract will include background, the question, hypothesis, methods, results, and usually the broader context of the results. For secondary literature, or review papers, the abstract focuses more on the question or topic of the review, why it is needed, and the big take home message of the article. For your abstract, you will be providing a one paragraph summary (generally 200-300 words) of your final paper. Your abstract should include:
1) An introduction
- a) A description of the organism you chose
- b) A description of the trait you chose
2) A summary of your findings
- a) Include multiple concepts covered in lecture
3) A conclusion
a) Why is this important?