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The first module of the semester focused students on developing skills in scientific writing. Students were tasked with researching and writing an individual paper on how plants transpire and how environmental changes impact transpiration. This project took them through the steps of: performing background research, writing an introduction and research question, performing experimentation, writing results, and how to discuss those results in a scientific way. The basic laboratory concepts they learned through writing this paper were: investigating water transport from roots to shoots, measuring plant transpiration, and how environmental changes like heat, cold, and wind impact plant transpiration.

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The first module of the semester focused students on developing skills in scientific writing. Students were tasked with researching and writing an individual paper on how plants transpire and how environmental changes impact transpiration.
The first module of the semester focused students on developing skills in scientific writing. Students were tasked with researching and writing an individual paper on how plants transpire and how environmental changes impact transpiration. 
9/19/2019
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