Salford Report Assingment Help With Solution

Posted on March 16, 2017

Salford Report Assingment Help With Solution


MSc MPVB Malham report.
Format of report:
The report should be a detailed study of one of the 2 major systems that have been studied at Malham by Salford students for over 20 years: i) rabbits and their parasites or ii) wood mice and their parasites. The report should investigate the relationship between the host and its parasites and report on these based on the past 10 years of data.The exact analyses that you undertake are up to you, but may contain (but are not limited to): Does gender influence susceptibility to infection? Is rainfall related to infection? Does co-infection of parasites occur more frequently than would be expected? Does age influence susceptibility to infection? Remember to focus only on analyses that are of
parasitological relevance: the fact that rainfall differs significantly between years isn’t of interest on its own, but may be if that relates to infection. An excellent report will show evidence of original thinking with regards the analyses conducted. The data is available on the module Blackboard site, although we have been unable to provide rainfall data for 2014.
The report should take the format of a scientific paper and be limited to 3000 words (not including references and Bibliography). Writing a scientific paper is a key academic skill and it is essential that information is provided in an accurate and succinct manner.
The report should contain the following sections:
Title: Provide a short title that is informative (NOT just ‘MSc Malham report’). What was the study about? Look at previously published papers for ideas.
Abstract (Max 250 words): Summarise the study – this is a very important section of any paper as it helps the reader decide whether the paper is of enough interest to warrant further investigation. Start the abstract with a general sentence (or two) that puts the work into a general context. The abstract should contain some background information, the aims, the results and the importance of the results in a broader context.


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Abstract (Max 250 words): Summarise the study – this is a very important section of any paper as it helps the reader decide whether the paper is of enough interest to warrant further investigation. Start the abstract with a general sentence (or two) that puts the work into a general context. The abstract should contain some background information, the aims, the results and the importance of the results in a broader context.
Materials and Methods: The purpose of this section is to enable somebody else to repeat your study (and hopefully validate your results). Information on how hosts were captured, how they were processed, how you looked for parasites etc. The location (use grid references) of the study site should be included here. The names and manufacturers of apparatus should also be included.
Enough detail should be provided that it is clear to the reader what procedures you carried out. For the level of detail required look at previously published papers: there are several papers based on Malham data that have been written by Salford staff – use these as a basis. The reader doesn’t need to know that you cut in a particular direction, but that you removed the intestine. Like all of the other sections, it should be written in the past tense. For example, not ‘we will be trapping rodents using Longworth traps’ but ‘Wood mice were captured using Longworth traps’. Statistical methods and software packages used for data analysis should be mentioned here, not in the results.
Specific points: The traps used for small mammal capture were Longworth traps (you can search online for Manufacturers details). State that traps were set in the woods surrounding Malham Field centre. Likewise with the rabbits, state that they were shot by a local farmer in the surrounding area. We do not have an exact grid reference for each capture.
Results: This section should still have a text narrative, not simply be a list of tables and graphs. Never present the same data in a different form (i.e. don’t use a graph and a table to present some data), choose which method is the most appropriate. Within this section you should report, but not explain, your findings. For the purpose of this report you should include some summary information with regards prevalence and intensity of infection, as well as the particular statistical analyses you performed. Do not describe the statistical methods here, but put those in the Materials and Methods section instead.
IMPORTANT: Do not write about null hypotheses etc. in this section. Simply state your findings and support them using the results of your analyses.
Using my in-class example as a guide, I WOULD NOTWRITE: ‘I was interested in whether male and female students differed in their heights. My null hypothesis was that males and females did not differ significantly with regards their heights. I performed a T-test and my results were T=2.98, 36 d.f., P<0.05. As P<0.05 we reject the null hypothesis, indicating that there is a significant difference in the heights of males and females.’ I WOULD WRITE: ‘Males were found to be significantly taller than females (T=2.98, 36 d.f., P<0.05).

Make sure all tables and figures are appropriately labelled. The legend should be positioned above a table but beneath a figure.
Discussion:This is where you summarise your findings and try to explain them by using previously published studies to support your conclusions. Try to support any explanation for your findings by referring to a published study. If there were any limitations in the study design then they can be discussed here, but try not to be too negative.
References: A full list of references using the Harvard referencing system.

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