Reproducibility is the ability of an entire experiment or study to be duplicated,
either ... and in practice for establishing scientific authority in any field of
knowledge. ... not be shown as part...
... can be proven incorrect c. it can be tested d. the explanation is already known.
____ 8. The ability to reproduce results is an important part of any a. hypothesis.
Environments are constantly changing, so the organism must adapt. Sexual
reproduction ensures genetic diversity in the progeny. If one or a few of the
The ability reproduce reproduce results is an important part of any? hypothesis ...
What is the term for an organism ability to survive and reproduce? fitness.
Sep 9, 2012 ... Best Answer: This is important because it is easy to mess up and experiment and
get results by mistake or to misread something or to have the ...
Aug 28, 2015 ... A key feature of science is researchers' ability to reproduce ... Researchers are
under pressure to continually produce important results, which in ... That insight
could lead research into more-productive directions – itself part of the scientific
process. .... This item has been saved to read later from any device...
Jun 10, 2014 ... In a general sense reproduction is one of the most important concepts ... In
unicellular organisms, the ability of one cell to reproduce itself ... proteins enables
the organism to make any substance that existed in a previous generation. ... The
chemical constituents of cytoplasm (that part of the cell outside the ...
... in the body's ability to fix itself—may be an important component of aging. ...
that doesn't encode any proteins but instead protects the protein-encoding part of
the ... donor's stem cells into infertile mice restored the mice's ability to reproduce.
Nov 20, 2013 ... The slightest shift in their microenvironment can alter the results ... California,
failed to replicate many important studies in preclinical cancer research .... Dr.
Bissell's opinion piece beggars the ability of laboratory science to .... in great part
because, after one year, I could not reproduce most of the (pu...
Dec 23, 2014 ... We are going to attempt to recreate the results using the methods ... “Is this
associated with, or not, the ability to reproduce those results?” ... Does you failing
to reproduce a result mean that the original result ... that means that all the
variables that you thought were not important, might actually be important.