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Embryo Screening. The embryo screening, also referred as PGD (preimplantation genetic diagnosis), is a procedure tested on an embryo to identify any unwanted diseases that is found in the genes of the embryo.5 star(s)
This very well written piece covers all the main ethical issues associated with embryo screening. A little more information about the techniques involved in the screening process might usefully have…
- Essay length: 1722 words
- Submitted: 10/02/2012
- Marked by teacher: Adam Roberts 01/01/1970
This account is detailed and shows a clear understanding of the chemical basis for the tests carried out. A few minor details might have been better explained.…
- Essay length: 1530 words
- Submitted: 13/11/2011
- Marked by teacher: Adam Roberts 26/04/2013
An excellent GCSE level report, which addresses all the research questions posed clearly. Relevant images and statistics are used throughout to illustrate key points and all information is thoroughly…
- Essay length: 3972 words
- Submitted: 19/05/2011
- Marked by teacher: Kerry jackson 19/02/2012
A very good A level standard practical write up, investigating transpiration in plants, and what factors can have an effect on it. The background information is well researched and…
- Essay length: 1729 words
- Submitted: 01/05/2011
- Marked by teacher: Louise Star 09/04/2013
An excellent GCSE level report that presents key scientific explanations and arguments clearly, with good use of relevant graphs and statistics and consistent references. To improve:
1)Clarify why the…
- Essay length: 2407 words
- Submitted: 09/04/2011
- Marked by teacher: Kerry jackson 15/02/2012
This case study which examines the risk to children of the MMR vaccine is an outstanding piece of work, well-researched, well-written and presented in such a way that the reader,…
- Essay length: 5390 words
- Submitted: 16/01/2010
- Marked by teacher: Ross Robertson 24/04/2013
Biology CourseworkTo determine if the distribution of flora across Ellerbeck is due to chance. The valley containing Eller beck possesses a huge variety of different species of plant life, particular species are often found in specific places5 star(s)
Excellent experimental procedure.
The theory supporting the prediction is accurate and relevant.
The introduction needs some improvement:
1. Sentences are too long, often for…
- Essay length: 2444 words
- Submitted: 31/03/2006
- Marked by teacher: Jon Borrell 08/01/2013
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