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Unit title & code
BHS006-1: Chemistry and Molecular Genetics
Assignment number and title
001 / 004 Genetics Report (REFERRAL)
Weighting of assignment
Size or length of assessment
1250 words (excluding references and appendices)
Unit learning outcomes
1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic ideas and concepts in chemistry and molecular genetics.
2. Present, evaluate and interpret qualitative and quantitative laboratory data, in order to develop lines of argument and make sound judgements in accordance with basic theories of chemistry and genetics.
Completing Your Assignment
What am I required to do in this assignment?
This referral assignment should be completed by:
a) any student who has a deferred result for unit BHS006-1 shown on eVision/SITS and obtained less than 40% for assessment 1.
b) or, any student who has approved mitigation for the original BHS006-1 assessment 1.
What does this assignment involve?
This referral requires you to write a report that answers each of the questions given below (using complete sentences and paragraphs, and with appropriate referencing). These questions guide you through the expected understanding of the science related to the mitotic chromosomes practical that was carried out in this unit and signify understanding that should have been shown in the original assignment report.
What do I need to do to pass? (Threshold Expectations from UIF)
In order to pass Assessment 1 you will need to:
How do I produce high quality work that merits a good grade?
Clarity of English language and presentation is essential throughout. Your ability to follow the instructions within this assignment brief is also essential. These are basic professional skills expected by all employers.
Any figures must be numbered (e.g. Figure 1) and include a figure legend (located below the figure) that describes the content of the figure, provides the reference source (if you obtained the figure from elsewhere), and defines any abbreviations or symbols in the figure. Figures include any visual element such as diagrams, photographs, graphs, etc. Any tables must also be numbered (e.g. Table 1) and include a brief title only (located above the table). Any abbreviations or symbols in the table should be defined in a footnote below the table. Your main written text must refer to the figure or table (e.g. see Figure 5) to show how the figure/table supports your writing and do so before the figure or table is displayed. Do not include figures or tables that are not referred to in the main text. Do not include excessive diagrams in your introductory material. Do not allow tables or figures to go over the page
– this looks very messy and unprofessional.
All text must be written in your own words. Copying text from reference sources, friends or lab partners is PLAGIARISM. Copying text from somewhere else and then changing a few words in it here and there is also PLAGIARISM. You must read and understand your reference source, then explain your understanding in your own unique words, and then provide a citation – e.g. (Patel, 2014)
– immediately afterwards to show where the information you have explained came from. Failure to do this is an academic offence and will be treated in accordance with the University regulations for plagiarism.
Your report must answer each of the short answer questions below. The answer to each question should be numbered appropriately. Your submission must be in the form of appropriately constructed sentences and paragraphs. Single word answers or bullet point statements are not sufficient.
The report must be no more than 1250 words. The word count does not include references. Excessive word counts will negatively affect grading. Clarity of English language and presentation is essential throughout.
You must include at least three peer-reviewed scientific journal articles or textbooks as sources. All sources must be listed in correct UoB Harvard format in a single reference list at the end of your report.
Questions to be answered in your report:
Table 1. Distribution of cell cycle phases for onion roots grown in different conditions.
Control group (In
sunlight on Earth)
In dark cellar on Earth
In sunlight on Earth
with BabyBio plant feed
In sunlight on space
Total no. of cells counted (I+P+M+A+T)
Total cells in M-
References: You should include at least three peer-reviewed scientific journal articles or textbooks as sources. These should be listed in correct UoB Harvard format in a single reference list.
How does this assignment relate to what we are doing in scheduled sessions?
You should demonstrate in your report knowledge and understanding of basic concepts in molecular genetics through clear explanation of DNA structure, and the accurate analysis and interpretation of your DNA data.
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