Principles of Biology I, Week 1 Notes
Principles of Biology I, Week 1 Notes BIOL 2107
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PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I FIRST WEEK NOTES Scientists approach questions using two tactics: 1. Inductive reasoning: using repeated observations to make general statements; this is when discovery science is used to build a hypothesis. 2. Deductive reasoning: using factual hypotheses to predict outcomes and tests; use discovery science observations, making this hypothesisdriven or manipulative science. How does scientific information differ from other forms of info? *Consider the following taken from a website 1. Toxins Found During Pregnancy Unmistakably Linked To Autism o Look at information/data for yourself; don’t accept blindly 2. A Bacterium That Can Grow by Using Arsenic Instead of Phosphorous o Scientists question the findings of fellow scientists o Nobody could reproduce these findings meaning that the most likely explanation would be contamination in the cultures. Process of Science: Exploration & Discovery Societal Forming & Community Benefits & Testing Hypotheses Analysis & Outcomes Feedback
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