Review paper:Students will be expected to produce a written review paper on a topic in genetics of their choosing. Make sure that you consult with the professor concerning the topic before you start to conduct your literature search. No topics will be approved after the first 6 weeks of class. A list of topics (examples) will be posted in BlackBoard. You must cite at least five sources of reference material. Examples of citable publications include academic papers in professional journals, including Nature, Science, Cancer Research, or Discover, specialty books, or reputable scientific Web sites (citing their title and URL see below). The review paper must be typed and double-spaced. It should be a minimum of five written pages in length but not exceed eight pages including references. It must be well written using good grammar and paragraph structure. The paper will be worth 100 points (20%) towards your final grade. Your paper will be due by the last class before the first group presentation. All references cited should be put into a reference section with the following general format for a book, parts of a book, research papers, or websites: (web sites should be numbered in the order that they were first cited and listed in numerical order at the end of the written references, including their URL and a title if available): The paper must be written in APA format. This includes, a title page, body and references. The abstract can be excluded. For more help on APA format, see the following website: http://www.apastyle.org. To help with formatting citations use www.citefast.com. The final paper should be turned in through turnitin.com, this link will be posted on Blackboard. The originality percentage can not exceed 12%. No paper copies will be accepted.Creighton, H. B., and B. McClintock. 1931. A correlation of cytological and genetical crossing-over in Zea mays. Proceeding of the National Academy of Science 17: 492-497.May, B. 1992. Starch gel electrophoresis of allozymes. Pages 1-27 in Hoelzel, A. R. (Ed.)Molecular genetic analysis of populations. IRL Press/Oxford University Press, New York, NY.Russell, P. J. 2010. iGenetics: a molecular approach, third edition. Pearson, BenjaminCummings, San Francisco, CA.
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