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How should we go about the project

Post by Klovers--Hemlock »

Hi, my name is Kayla and my friend Jordan and I are part of the 9th & 10th NSSA stem program, and we are doing a project on the cocoa genome. But we have a problem, our problem is in terms of experimentation we don't know what to do. What do you recommend or suggest we do?
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Re: How should we go about the project

Post by theborg »

Hello Kayla. Welcome to the site and thank you for your question.

What your experiment procedure is depends largely on what you're trying to prove...what is your thesis? Below is a write up on the scientific method, which should be helpful in guiding you along in the development of you experiment procedures. ... fic-method

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