Stem Cell Essay
A number of different techniques have been utilized to generate plenipotentiary stem cells. Compare and contrast the use of somatic cell nuclear transfer and reprogramming using transcription factors to generate these stem cells.
( 30% of Mark )
Due date: Monday 12th Feb 9am
The word limit for the essay is 2500 words; this is excluding the bibliography (reference list at the end)
|A: Shows wide and appropriate knowledge with evidence of insight and originality.|
B: Shows evidence of reading beyond material presented.
C: Contains particularly appropriate examples.
D: Is technically well written – well structured, correct spelling and grammar, well referenced (if relevant).
|90-100||Answered clearly, demonstrated all of the above qualities.|| |
|80-89||Answer must meet (A) and (B) and at least one of (C) and (D).|
|70-79||Answer must meet (A) and at least one of (B), (C) or (D).|
|A: Shows wide and appropriate knowledge.|
B: Shows evidence of reading beyond the course.
C: Has only occasional lapses in detail – only minor errors.
|66-69||Answer meets (A) and (B) but not (C).||2-1|
|60-65||Answer meets (A) and may involve (C).|
|A: Shows evidence of understanding of most essential material.|
B: Is generally accurate with no major mistakes or errors.
|55-59||Answer meets (A) and (B).||2-2|
|50-55||Answer meets (A) or (B).|
|A: Shows evidence of some sound knowledge although there are serious omissions.|
B: Evidence of some knowledge but serious omissions/errors and in parts illogical.
|46-49||Answer meets (A).||THIRD|
|40-45||Answer meets (B).|
|35-39||Some evidence of understanding but lacks substance.||Pass/Fail|
|25-34||Clear failure but some attempt has been made to answer the question. Could also be a sound answer, which only partially addresses the question set. Serious errors but not daft.|| |
Little attempt to answer the question.
Serious errors and daft.
No attempt to answer the question set – no evidence of any real understanding.