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Today, the majority of natural lands in Illinois have been replaced by agricultural lands. Discuss how agriculture has negatively impacted native plant speciesin Illinois, citing specific examples from the primary literature. Also, summarize ongoing conservation efforts that aim to protect these imperiled plants. -Explain about Zebra Mussels in Illinois

A topic paper is essentially a miniature review paper. Based on your primary sources, you will summarize and synthesize our current understanding of the topic you have selected.

Organization & Content

  • Your goal is to synthesize the information presented in each source into a single coherent discussion of the general topic.
  • Try not to get too bogged down in the details of any single source. Look for the "big picture" ideas.
  • The body of your topic paper should compare and contrast the primary sources you cite, as they relate to your topic.
  • DO NOT simply summarize each source one by one. Instead, discuss how the biological concepts are connected.Paper Format
  • Your paper must be submitted as a MS Word document (.docx).
  • Your paper must be typed with 12-pt font and double-spaced with 1" margins.
  • There are no strict page number requirements, but a good ballpark is around 4–6 pages(excluding the Lit. Cited).
  • DO NOT include a title page. Simply include your name at the top of the first page.
  • Carefully proofread your paper to avoid spelling and grammatical errors. Better yet —ask someone else to proofread your paper before you submit it.
  • Always view your submission after you upload it to Blackboard to make sure everythingis OK.In-text Citations
  • Since the paper is intended to review scientific research articles, you should cite one or more of your sources for nearly everything you write.
  • Place in-text citations at the end of the first sentence containing information from a source, but before the period. When in doubt, include a citation.
  • DO NOT directly quote from any of your sources.
  • Use your own words and cite the source. Failing to do so is plagiarism and will result in afailing grade for the paper (and possibly the course).
  • Identify the author(s) and year within parentheses. DO NOT include first names orinitials; only last names.
  • If there are three or more authors, list the last name of the first author followed by "et al.",meaning "and others."
  • If you are citing multiple sources within the same sentence, list the sourceschronologically (oldest to most recent) separated with a semicolon.

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