Effeteness Of Vitamin D In Women

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Topic: Effeteness Of Vitamin D In Women
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way why that is the case. Also, discuss at the points that various papers agree on in your
discussion. If they don’t agree on some conclusions, describe why that is the case. In this part,
you can also show the graphs and tables that the authors have used to describe and argue their
findings. In this part of your report include as many references to support your arguments.
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specific or if future work is needed in the problem that can be (briefly) described.
Figures requirements
Each figure should be embedded in the appropriate place within the report. The resource
where the figures were obtained from should be referenced in the figure caption after its title. For
example: Figure 1. The impact of fertilizers on wheat growth. (Luikart et al,. 1999). The figure
number and legend should be placed below the figure. Number the figure with an Arabic
numeral (e.g Figure 1) and provide a legend on the same line. The title should be
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Tables should be inserted in the appropriate place in the text. You should reference the resource
of your tables in the caption just like figures (see above). Each table should be numbered above
with an Arabic numeral (e.g Table 1.) and given a title on the same line. The title should be
comprehensible and table should be referenced in the text. The table number and title should be
in bold font, left justified, and should have no full stop at the end. There should be 1 line space
between the heading and the table. Only the first letter of the first word of each row or column
heading should be in capitals in the table. Do not enclose the table with a box. When tables are
referred to in the text they should be typed in full and in bold font (e.g Table 1).
10) References
Within text references should be restricted to the authors’ names followed by the year of
publication e.g., (Allison, 2008) for single author papers. For a two authors paper you need to
mention both authors’ surnames e.g., (Norman and MacInnes, 2002). For multiple authors papers
use “et al.,” which the Latin abbreviation for “and others” for example (Luikart et al,. 1999)
means that Luikart and others did the work. A complete list of references cited in the text must
be arranged alphabetically at the end of the text separated by one line space. They should
conform to the following examples:
Luikart, G., M.P. Biju-Duval, O. Ertugrul, Y. Zagdsuren,C. Maudet, and P. Taberlet (1999).
Power of 22 microsatellite markers in fluorescent multiplexes for parentage testing in goats
(Capra hircus). Anim Genet. 30: 431-438.
Norman A. and M. MacInnes (2002). Genetic engineering of embryonic stem cells via site
directed DNA recombination. Reviews in Undergraduate Research. 1: 29-37.
Cheffins, R. and Hirst, D.J. (1990). Proc. Aust. Soc. Anim. Prod. 18: 172.
Entwhistle, K.W. (1984). University of Sydney Post-Graduate Foundation in Veterinary
Science Proceedings 68: 311.
Smith, R.A. (1970). Ph.D. Thesis, University of Melbourne.
Snedecor, G.W. (1956). “Statistical Methods”, 5th ed. (Iowa State University Press: Ames).

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