The Maximizing Microbiology Harold Amos Scientist Analysis
I don’t know how to handle this Biology question and need guidance.
You will identify a living scientist that is doing research related to one of the topics covered in this course (Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology, Genetic Engineering, or Virology.) Although he is a lovely person, do not pick Dr. Fauci.
Name of the person
The institution/where they work
A one sentence description of the topic of research that they are doing.
A one sentence description of how their topic relates to the course.
A one sentence description of how their topic relates to your life.
If possible, add a picture of the scientist.
Preventing Sodium Warfarin Overdose Presentation
Create a 5 page PowerPoint for a public service announcement to be run in the physician’s office on how to prevent sodium warfarin overdose.
You are to address in your PowerPoint:
- The common places warfarin is found
- Ways to minimize accidental ingestion by small children, the elderly and pets
- What immediate actions that should be taken after accidental infestation
Biology Article Summary Discussion
Here are the three sites
For your homework, for this week you will need to write a summary of EACH of the three papers. Like an abstract, the summary should be thought of as a brief overview of the paper but written in your own words and answering the following questions about each of the three papers. You should identify what information is important and condense that information in your summary. The summary is to be written in paragraph form, in your own words (NO direct quotes) and will need to answer the questions below with proper grammar and paragraph flow. Each paper, with a summary, is worth 5 points (total 15 points). Each summary should NOT be over one page, single-spaced. You will also need to include a citation for the paper on each summary in the format as outlined in the procedure portion of the self-paced activity this week (Week 7) and a working link to the paper.
you should include these.
What is the question the research is trying to answer? What are the hypotheses being tested?
What are the predictions/predicted results being made?
What is the basic experimental design? List the responding variable(s) including units, and two controlled variables. What is the manipulated variable? How many treatments were there? What are the treatments? How was the data analyzed (don’t just state the entire methods section – but remember to be brief)
Describe the results. Were they significant?
Briefly explain the key implications of the results.
Were the research’s hypotheses/explanations supported? Explain why or why not.