Research over Ebola Diseases
Description Minimum of 2 pages. This assignment will really boost my grade if it’s well made. This is what she gave us :Introduction (20pts) What to include in the introduction: This should be a 12 inch font, double spaced, 1-2 pages on your topic (the bacterial disease). It should include: what is the common name of the disease, the scientific name of the bacterium, what are characteristics of the bacterium: structure/shape, genetic information/genome, size. where is your organism/bacteria found in the world? Is it endemic to certain regions? Briefly mention problems associated with the bacterial disease? What are some solutions to the problem? Remember do not go into detail on problems and solutions here. This will be the end of the research paper. B. Body of the Research Paper. 2-3 article analysis. (50pts) What to include when analyzing the scientific studies/articles/scholarly paper. First make sure that the studies are recent. Unless it is an important study/paper such as the discovery of the bacterial disease, then you may cite it. What I expect you to do, is read the study and then write about the study. You are to include the objectives of the study. Materials used in the study. Where did study take place? What data does the study present? What were the results of the study? The significance of the study? 2 2 You will do this 2-3 times, depending on the number of studies you decide to write about. If you have questions, please email me via canvas. C. Conclusion (15 pts) What to include in conclusion: Write a briefly summary of the bacterial disease and its impacts on humans and organisms affected. This is where I want you to expand on the problems and solutions. After reading the 2 or 3 studies and writing about them, recap/discuss your findings. You are analyzing the studies. D. Citation (use APA format) (5pts) When you use facts or ideas that are not your own you must cite the source of your information. This will help others to know where you got the facts or information in case that person would like additional details about your subject. Also, it is important not to plagiarize the work of others. Plagiarism is taking the ideas or work of someone else and using them as if they were your own. Plagiarism is a crime. While editorial policies of various journals vary, these policies must be followed precisely. In many areas of biology, the following citation format is used: Author’s last name, first name or initials. Year of publication. Article title. Journal title. Journal volume (Journal number): page numbers. This is the ONLY correct way a citation will be accepted when doing your analyses and literature citations. Examples are given below. Note that some have one, two, three, or no authors. For articles with three or more authors, use the first author’s name followed by a comma and et al. There are no quotation marks or underlining used for the title of the article or the journal. The first line of the citation begins even with the left margin. All subsequent lines are indented. Barnes, Roger. 1979. Cyanate and sickle cell anemia. Scientific American. 189(4):196-201. Smith, K. and M. Jones. 1980. The behavior of wasps. BioScience. 49:14-16. Anonymous. 1977. Brain chemistry may influence behavior. Nation’s Health. 26:39-45. Journal – us this one!! Grindal, S. D., et al. 1992. The influence of precipitation on reproduction by Myotis bats in British Columbia. The American Midland Naturalist. 128(2):339-344. Books: 3 3 Bolt, Bruce A. 1988. Earthquakes: A Primer. W. H. Freeman and Company, New York. 282 pp. Whitney, E. R., E. M. N. Hamilton, and S. R. Rolfes. 1990. Chapter 12, Energy balance and weight control. In: Understanding Nutrition, Fifth Edition. West Publishing Company, St. Paul. pp. 348-394. Hogan, M. J. and D. Goss. 1990. A family checklist to conserve energy. In: Cutting Energy Costs: The 1990 Yearbook of Agriculture. J. Hayes, ed. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. pp. 134-140. Repeat this format exactly when writing your citation. E. Grammar, organization (5pts) F. Format. Write paper in 3rd person format. DO not write it with “my” “I” etc. (5pts)
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