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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    Francis Gilbert,Peter Mcgregor,Chris Barnard
  • ISBN:
    0273734687
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    Pearson; 4 edition (July 8, 2011)
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by Francis Gilbert (Author), Peter Mcgregor (Author), Chris Barnard . The late Chris Barnard was Professor of Animal Behaviour at Nottingham University.

by Francis Gilbert (Author), Peter Mcgregor (Author), Chris Barnard (Author) & 0 more. Asking Questions in Biology unpacks this crucial process of enquiry, from a biological perspective, at its various stages. It begins with an overview of scientific question-asking in general, before moving on to demonstrate how to derive hypotheses from unstructured observations. Francis Gilbert is Associate Professor of Ecology at Nottingham University. Peter McGregor is a Reader in Applied Zoology at Cornwall College.

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The chapter discusses the use of tables, figures and other modes of presentation and shows how a written report should be structured.

Key features include: ● Self-test questions and answers ● An easy-to-use Quick Test Finder ● Key topics illustrated with a wide range of examples: from ecology and behaviour to toxicology and parasitology. The chapter discusses the use of tables, figures and other modes of presentation and shows how a written report should be structured. The chapter then moves on to consider the presentation of material in spoken and poster.

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Chris Barnard, Francis Gilbert (School of Biology, University of Nottingham) and Peter McGregor (Cornwall College, Newquay). 2 Asking questions: The art of framing hypotheses and predictions . Observation . Exploratory analysis . Forming hypotheses . Summary References. source: Nielsen Book Data).

Asking Questions in Biology unpacks this crucial process of enquiry, from a biological perspective, at its various stages. It then explains in the main sections of the book, how to use statistical tests as tools to analyse data and answer those questions before, finally, showing the best practice in presenting scientific reports.

Asking and answering questions is the cornerstone of science yet formal training in understanding this key process is often overlooked.

Asking Questions in Biology unpacks this crucial process of enquiry, from a biological perspective, at its various stages. It begins with an overview of scientific question-asking in general, before moving on to demonstrate how to derive hypotheses from unstructured observations. It then explains in the main sections of the book, how to use statistical tests as tools to analyse data and answer those questions before, finally, showing the best practice in presenting scientific reports.

As such, it is an indispensable companion to all students of biology, but particularly those enrolled in courses concerning experimental design; data analysis; hypothesis testing; research methods; or any practical project work.