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The paper is a total 6 pages Max- 1 cover page, 4 pages of research on topic (Malaria), 1 reference page
Attached is the Research paper instructions, rubic, everything my professor provided to be successful. I have to turn it in through a plagiarism system so please can you be careful with that please. Thank you.
BCCC – Bio 203 A & P II Lecture Research Paper Assignment – 40 points (see rubric for details) Topic approval due date: Check course schedule Paper Due Date: Check course schedule • Research paper topic MUST be prior approved by your instructor by due date. • Late approvals attract penalty points (-2 pts) and submissions (-2 pts/day late) • Research papers USED in ANY other semester/course within or outside the college CANNOT BE SUBMITTED FOR GRADING, Turnitin will Flag it for plagiarism even though its your own work, as ONE paper cannot be USED more than ONCE. Format Instructions: ➢ Write up 4 pages max (Plus 1 Cover Pg and 1 Reference Pg.) Total 6 pages. ➢ Spacing of 1 or 1.5, font size 11 or 12, margins 1” all round. ➢ Use APA format for references, there are instructions in the College Library for your information. ➢ Direct quotations MUST be LESS than 10% of your paper even if correctly cited. ➢ Research must include at LEAST 6 different reliable, scientific sources ➢ NO Abstract, table of contents or running head required for this paper ➢ Submit your paper on Canvas in the Assignment tab for Plagiarism assessment on ‘Turnitin’ it should not be over 18% matching. If > 18% your paper will be returned as plagiarized WITH ZERO SCORE. ➢ DO NOT send by email to your instructor, it will not be graded. You are required to write a critical analysis of the disease of your choice. Included in this analysis, you will need to explain how the disease you chose affects the various body systems where relevant. The following relevant and concise information must (if pertinent) be included in your write up. Topic selection is within the systems being covered in the course ▪ Name of disease ▪ History of the disease / Demographic Data: Age, sex, race, distribution in population ▪ Description of disease ▪ Anatomy of the system(s) involved ▪ Effects on other body systems ▪ Cause of disease ▪ Signs and symptoms ▪ Diagnosis of the disease ▪ Complications, if any ▪ Treatment options
Conclusion should include the following: ▪ Brief mention of current or proposed research that may significantly impact the ▪ disease. ▪ Prevention strategies if any ▪ Your insight / opinion NOTE: you must focus on the anatomy & physiology of the disease/disorder. Discuss the normal anatomy & physiology of the organ /system affected and then state what the disease/disorder does to this organ/ system, and other organ systems. In other words, if you are picking tuberculosis, Do not go all into clinical detail about TB/bacteria that causes it but how the bacteria escape our body’s defenses and its effects on the lung tissue and function. Suggested Topics for the Paper: (Obtain Instructor’s approval of your topic) CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM • Leukemia (Acute lymphoblastic leukemia) • Leukemia (Acute myelogenous leukemia) • Leukemia (Chronic myelogenous leukemia) • Leukemia (Chronic lymphocytic leukemia) • Anemia (Sickle Cell Anemia) • Anemia (Megaloblastic anemia) • Anemia (Iron deficiency anemia) • Anemia (Thalassemia) • Malaria • Hemophilia – pick one type Lymphatic System/ Immune System • Hodgkin’s Disease • Multiple myeloma • Non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas • Systemic Lupus – SLE • Any autoimmune disorder • HIV/ AIDS – effects on any ONE body system e.g. – CNS, CVS, Resp. Eyes. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM • Asthma • COPD/COAD • Whooping cough (pertussis) • Tuberculosis Emphysema DIGESTIVE SYSTEM • Crohn’s Disease • Cirrhosis • Gluten allergy • Hepatitis A, B or C – pick ONE • Gluten Allergy – effects on Digestive physiology • Inflammatory bowel disease • Colon cancer • Effects of AGEING or Alcoholism on the Digestive System URINARY SYSTEM • Kidney failure – Acute or Chronic and explain physiology of dialysis REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM • STDs / PIDS – effects on the Reproductive functions •Erectile Dysfunction
• Infertility in male or females (Primary or Secondary causes) – Pick any ONE option. • Syphilis – effects on a body system (pick a system to discuss) Others • Cystic Fibrosis • Any tropical disease You need to contact your instructor with the disease that you wish to write on for approval. ONLY ONE DISEASE PER STUDENT, so send in your requests early to get your choice. If you wish to cover a disease that is not on this list, email the instructor for approval.
Bio 111/112 Lecture Research Paper Grading Rubric (Total 40 points)
This is the grading rubric used by the instructor for your research paper. Read this ahead of time to understand what is needed for your paper and the points that will be awarded for each area of the paper.
TO DO: 1. Learn how to use ‘end notes’ in a Word document to create your reference page (work cited). 2. Learn APA format for references.

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Reductions: Students will lose the points listed below for not following directions:
All research papers will be assessed for plagiarism on turnitin or safeassign web sites, matching should NOT be greater than 15%.
Papers with > 15- 18% matching on first check will be returned to student for corrections.
Paper will be given zero score and rejected if paper is plagiarized, no matter if properly cited.
Late Submission Paper – loss of 2 points per day late regardless of reasons
2 points for each page over or under the correct amount
2 points for not using proper font or spacing
2 points for not using correct margin size

Total Points: _______________ Point Reduction: _________ Final Score: _____________/40 points

READ FIRST: Title, Author & Publication Name, Abstract Understand the authors’ argument and ensure you will find an idea, quote, or piece of data that relates to your research. LAST: Skim Methods & Results Return to these sections for more specifics regarding how they did the research, what happened and what the results mean. These sections might require multiple reads to fully understand. READ NEXT: Introduction The introduction will be a survey of relevant background for the study, including prior studies – it should explain WHY they have performed the study. This is a good place to find ideas to PARAPHRASE. JUMP TO CONCLUSIONS: The Last Sections Yes, skip to the end and read the conclusion & discussion before reading the middle of the article. This can be a good place to find DIRECT QUOTATIONS from the study. How to Read a Scientific Journal Article Cite as you write! Use APA style to include citations in your notes – you may notice that almost everything you need for a citation is on the top of the title page of the article.
The REFERENCES page is alphabetized according to the author’s last name. Each reference usually has the following: author, year of publication, title of book or article (Capitalize only the first word of the title, subtitle, or proper nouns), and publication data. If the work has a digital object identifier (doi), use it. You must have a reference for every source used in your paper. In the examples below, the references are single spaced. For your references, be sure they are double spaced and if the citation is more than one line indent the remaining lines by ½ an inch. If a periodical does not use volume numbers, include p. or pp. before the page numbers. This is so the reader will understand that the numbers refer to pages. Also, don’t use a period at the end of a web address.
If there is a conflict between these instructions and your professor’s instructions, always follow your professor’s instructions.Your professor is the person grading your paper.