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Emergence of Life Chapter Book Summary

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I’m trying to study for my Biology course and I need some help to understand this question.

Chapter Book Summary. Keenness on the requirements should be ensured. I have a very strict professor

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University Biology Course

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Chapter summary assignment BLG 251 W2020 Due date: March 20, 2020 11:59 PM via D2L Title of Book: Life on a Young Planet: The First Three Billion Years of Evolution on Earth Published by Princeton University Press ISBN: 978-0-691-16553-0 Text Communicating science is a critical and growing component of the science-based economy. The ability to read technical information, whether from primary literature or technical manuals and "translate" the important points from that work to a different type of audience is a critical skill in today's economy. As shown by public polling data, many members of the public are interested in the work performed by scientists but they also feel like they do not understand much of it. In this assignment, you will read a book that, although written for a non-specialist audience, still contains a great deal of field-specific language and jargon that might impede understanding of the material contained within it. Your choice of language in this assignment is very important – remember that you are trying to clarify the concepts described in the book chapter. You should choose language/words that you would expect a high school student to be able to understand (even a high school student with no specific study in science). Books and book reviews (and most other media coverage) usually do not contain inline citations for referencing and I do not expect these as part of this assignment. However, they do often depend on more sources than the paper that you are covering so you may want to find a recent review or internet sources covering background material related to the topic. The entire value of the assignment comes from your ability to explain the main result(s) of the chapter, to put it into language that is understandable to a lay audience and, most importantly, to explain why the information may be relevant or interesting to a particular audience. The length of this assignment should be no more than 1000 words. The first paragraph of a critical summary should outline the structure of your paper and provide the audience with your main thesis. What themes were covered in the chapter that you intend to discuss? This should not be a laundry list of points – you must be able to defend why you chose these points and be able to expand on each one later in the assignment. Subsequent paragraphs should support the main thesis you have outlined in your introductory paragraph. Once these paragraphs are written, additional paragraphs should expand on the points presented in the work you are reviewing. In general, a concluding paragraph will summarize the points made in the previous sections of the essay and concluding a supporting statement of your original thesis. Value: 15% of final mark Assessment rubric: 15% - formulation of a strong thesis statement 25% - description of the most important point(s) in the chapter (suitable for a nonscientific audience) 60% - overall use of language in the assignment, clarity, grammar, structure etc. Submissions should include the following: Cover page • Your name and student number • The chapter you are reviewing • Date of submission • Length should be ~1000 words Content • Your title • Your submission ...
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EMERGENCE OF LIFE
Emergence of Life

The question of how living organisms came to existence has remained unanswered. This chapter
explains the origin of life and what is underneath the earth. Life is believed to have originated
from the physical and chemical interaction between the earth’s crustal rocks and mantles. This is
explained in different subheadings of the origin of life, the structure of the cell, the structure
of DNA, cell membrane, and metabolism.
The questions like what is underneath the relief bodies like mountain and sea? The author
tries to bring into the sense of what makes up the earth s structure when he keeps on asking the
questions on this composition. The answer received is “a turtle, another turtle and another turtle”
this clarifies that it is not clear exactly what the earth’s structure and the evolutionary process is.
The biology subject explains the origin. Here great scientist Charles Drawing and Pasteur try to
explain his hypothetical theory of evolution by saying life started from vast and complex apes
before diminishing evolutionally to the present complex living organisms. This theory is
expounded in early 1804 when Darwin postulated that life started from ...

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