One of the important outcomes from the course is that upon completion, students familiarize themselves with the usage of terminology and research associated with Human Physiology. Through reviewing research articles and constructing a written summary, you will gain exposure to terminology of microbiology in its application in the “real-world” setting.
This module includes a written assignment on a topic of your own choice that reviews research and provides the student’s own summary and understanding of what that research tells us. You may select any module specific topic that is based upon any material presented in the textbook. The article that you are summarizing must be a peer-edited article (not a website, magazine, etc.). Plagiarism of any sort will not be tolerated.
The 1-page summary should reflect independent student research on the topic chosen and include the following:
Summary must be single spaced, in 12-point, Times New Roman font.
Summary must include the following sections: objectives, methods, results, and conclusions.
Include a reference page in APA format.
Summary must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. EST on the day they are due.
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NOTE: Must be an article summarizing a digestive system or reproductive system scholarly artcile
“To search scholarly articles with the Marian Library: go to the Marian library website, find the databases, and choose one of the two Medline databases. Enter the key words to search for, for example, “sperm mitochondria.” Before you do the search, click “Structured Abstracts” to give you only articles organized according to the categories that you need for your abstract assignment, and click “Full Text” so that you be will be able to get the full article as a download. Then click search and you should get a number of research and peer-reviewed articles that will fit the bill for your assignment. If you don’t find any that you like you can try with only one of the search terms and that will give you a bigger selection of articles to choose from.”
https://scholar.google.com/(Links to an external site.)