Mosquitoes Be Gone

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Description

This article covers a study done on an antibody shown to improve immune response to malaria. It ties medical and biological concepts to vector entomology. This article is quite advanced, so it may only be suitable for college and advanced high school students.
https://www.scienceintheclassroom.org/research-papers/mosquitoes-be-gone

Science in the Classroom (SitC) is a collection of freely available annotated research papers from the Science family of journals. SitC aims to help educators, undergraduates, and advanced high school students understand the research contained in scientific primary literature by using annotations and providing accompanying teaching materials. Annotations include vocabulary, methods, descriptions of prior research, and explanations of major conclusions. Each paper has an educator’s guide outlining connections to science competencies within STEM learning frameworks and standards.

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Standards Present

Present

Media Format

PDF Download, Text/Web Page

Creation Date

2014

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1 review for Mosquitoes Be Gone

  1. LessonHiveAdmin

    An annotated reading to get students used to primary scientific literature. The teacher guide contains suggested discussion questions. This is for advanced high school students or first year undergrads.
    Please note that this website uses color to indicate parts of the paper (previous research, hypothesis, etc.) It may not be accessible for all students.

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