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BIO 101 Term Paper and PowerPoint Requirements
Each student is required to prepare a term paper with an accompanying PowerPoint presentation on one of the topics listed.
The purpose of the term paper is to demonstrate that you can apply some of the topics presented in this class to “The New Biology” topics in Chapter 13. The paper must include an analysis of the topic presented, and include how these are relevant to principles learned in previous chapters.

Format:
The paper should be typewritten, paginated, double-spaced, in Times New Roman font, size 12, 1 inch margins (top, bottom, left, and right), and must follow the outline shown below. There is a recommended page length of five to seven (5-7) pages (four pages and a few sentences on the fifth does not constitute five pages!) See below for reference style.
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Cover page – Should include the title, your name, the course number and name and date submitted (not included in page count).
Introduction – Should include an overview of the topic. References are needed in the text whenever a fact is stated – use this format: (Author Last Name, date), for example, (Gill, 1992)
Current Study (Literature review) – Summarize the literature on the topic. Look for both pros and cons for each topic.
Discussion – In this section you should critically analyze the literature. Select which position is best supported by the literature.
References – Include all references used in the preparation of this paper.
Reference Format
Books
Mantell C.L. (1968) Carbon and Graphite Handbook. Interscience, New York.
Journal Articles
Guerin, W.F., and Boyd, S.A. (1992) “Differential bioavailability of soil-sorbed naphthalene
to two bacterial species.” Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 58: 1142-1152.
Book Chapters
Ball, W.P., and Roberts, P.V. (1991c) “Diffusive rate limitations in the sorption of organic
chemicals,” In Organic Substances and Sediments in Water, vol. 2, Humics and Soils (Edited
by Baker, R.A.), Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, Michigan, pp 273-310.
Website
Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) Cleanup Alliance, Remediation Technologies
Development Forum (RTDF), http://www.rtdf.org/ (date accessed)

Honor Code: This paper should be written solely using your own language based on your own research of the literature. Major statements, facts, and conclusions must be supported by appropriate references. A sentence or several sentences that are directly copied from a reference must be quotation-marked followed by a referred citation. It is strongly suggested that you rephrase, instead of directly quote, the sentence(s). Copying sentences or paragraphs without following the above procedure will be regarded as plagiarism. Once plagiarism is found in the term paper, the student will receive 0 grade on the work and a final grade no better than C for the course. Such a case will also be reported to the Departmental Chair and the Curriculum Committees.

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