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Minnesota State Morphological Features of In Vitro System of Pigs Discussion

Minnesota State Morphological Features of In Vitro System of Pigs Discussion

Question Description

I’m working on a biology writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

First section (around 5 lines): very short introduction into the paper (after all we’ve all read the paper) addressing
what the basic question of the paper is and what basic conclusion they come up with.

Second section (around 20 lines): go systematically through the paper giving a very short description of the
actual experiments (again, we’ve all read the paper) followed by fundamental problems that you have with the
design, execution and presentation of the experiments. Do not critique the layout of the paper…where the
Materials and Methods is, where the figures are relative to their accompanying text, etc

Third section (around 5 lines): the grand finale where you totally trash the paper or admit to actually liking it
(e.g.: “the experiments of the paper are very sound, but the actual findings represent only a minor step forward for
this research field”, “while some of the experiments are poorly controlled/merely present correlational data/etc.,
the sum of the data makes a convincing case for a new and rather provocative model….” and so on… If you
thought that the paper was poorly written overall, you might state this in the third section as well