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You will be reading primary research papers throughout the semester. You are expected to evaluate each paper and turn in a one page review that addresses the following issues: 1) what isthe main point...

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You will be reading primary research papers throughout the semester. You are expected to evaluate each paper and turn in a one page review that addresses the following issues: 1) what isthe main point or purpose of this paper? 2) what research question or hypothesis is being tested? 1You will be reading primary research papers throughout the semester. You are expected to evaluate each paper and turn in a one page review that addresses the following issues: 1) what isthe main point or purpose of this paper? 2) what research question or hypothesis is being tested? 13) Identify and describe a pivotal experiment from the paper and what was learned in that specific experiment. 4) identify a weakness in the paper and design a control or series of control experiments that could improve that part of the paper; and 5) if this was your research, what experiment (with controls) would you do next?3) Identify and describe a pivotal experiment from the paper and what was learned in that specific experiment. 4) identify a weakness in the paper and design a control or series of control experiments that could improve that part of the paper; and 5) if this was your research, what experiment (with controls) would you do next?
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Anju Lata answered on Mar 24 2020
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Running Head: RESEARCH PAPER REVIEW
RESEARCH PAPER REVIEW        
RESEARCH PAPER EVALUATION & REVIEW
(Organization of the Sea Urchin Egg Endoplasmic Reticulum and Its Reorganization at Fertilization)    
    
Student Name:________________
University_______________________
    
    
Purpose of the Paper: Purpose of this paper is to analyze the 3D dissemination of Endoplasmic Reticulum in living cells. The paper demonstrates constant movement in the structure of ER a
angement (of Lytechinus pictus egg) during the complete process of fertilization and mitosis, detected through DiI labeling.
Research question: Whether ER is equivalent to the plasma mem
ane in its functional as well as morphological complexity?
Pivotal Experiment: ER present in the cytoplasm of Sea Urchin’s eggs were stained by microinjecting fluorescent DiI, dissolved in soybean oil. Confocal Microscopy revealed that the dye spread from soybean oil to the ER mem
ane but did not stain other organelles of the cell. It enabled to clearly identify the extension of ER structures within the egg.
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