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Apologetics 1st

Use MLA format and the footnote referencing system for all citations. Remember to use <ref name=something> for multiple occurrences. For help with footnotes: see help:footnote.

The following is an MLA template for internet references.

<ref>Authorlastname, Firstname. [http://www.example.com ArticleTitle] ''Publisher site name''. Web. Month Day, Year. (specify whether its the date of publication date, or last modified, or accessed. - i.e. Published November 3, 2015.).</ref>
Name Ministry Support Topic
Copeland, Jamie John Lennox Magdala
Hopf, Grace Stand to Reason Cana
Lazo, Carlos Jim Mason Bacterial flagellum
Maxwell, Ryan Creation Today Darwinism
Schley, Jacob Sean McDowell Distant Starlight in a Recent Creation
St. Lewis, Jaide William Lane Craig Clay theory
Weary, Erwin Richard Howe origin of sexual reproduction
Williams, Brayden Creation Evidence Museum of Texas Biblical Archaeology of Rome

Chemistry 2nd

Use MLA format and the footnote referencing system for all citations. Remember to use <ref name=something> for multiple occurrences. For help with footnotes: see help:footnote.

The following is an MLA template for internet references.

<ref>Authorlastname, Firstname. [http://www.example.com ArticleTitle] ''Publisher site name''. Web. Month Day, Year. (specify whether its the date of publication date, or last modified, or accessed. - i.e. Published November 3, 2015.).</ref>

The following is an example MLA template for a references from your textbook.

<ref>Batdorf, Brad., Santopietro, Rachel., Cox, Heather., Porch, Thomas., and Wetzel, John. ''Chemistry''. Greenville, S.C: Bob Jones University Press, 2009. page-number. Print.</ref>

For later occurrences with a different page number use: <ref>Cox page-number.</ref>

Name Compound Topic Extra Extra
Barbosa, Lorena Squaric acid Methaqualone
Bondarenko, Edward PCP (Phencyclidine) Fire
Borenko, Susanna Hydroxide amorphous solid
Buzitis, Anna Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) Anesthesiology
Chang, Sean resorcinol Salt
Coglas, Thomas Cesium Sulfur hexafluoride
Dean, Jonathan Ammonium hydroxide Cellulose
Farley, Dalton Batrachotoxin Gunpowder
Garth Green, Grace Arsenic Electron dot diagram anesthesia
Glinskiy, Sam Propane Periodic table trends
Kaneda, Christopher Zinc oxide toothpaste Antoine Lavoisier
Lee, Jongwon Maleic acid nanoelectrochemistry
Portes, JJ Urethane Soap
Reymore, Parker Carbon monoxide Penicillin Chernobyl nuclear disaster Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster
Shin, Amy Polyethylene (Polyethylene terephthalate) Methanol
Theodros, Toby Tartaric acid Ionic compound (sodium borate)
Woods, Laura Adamantane gluten Hydrocephalus (Class presentation)
Worrell, Fleurette tubocurarine (Class presentation) Krokodil (desomorphine)

Biology 4th

You will write a 1.5 page (900 words minimum) research paper describing a type of organism. Each paper should contain a general introduction that describes the organism, and then specific discussions related to body design, life cycle, and ecology under the headings provided, and one additional topic of your choosing.

The following is an MLA template for internet references.

<ref>Authorlastname, Firstname. [http://www.example.com ArticleTitle] ''Publisher site name''. Web. Month Day, Year. (specify whether its the date of publication date, or last modified, or accessed. - i.e. Published November 3, 2015.).</ref>

The following is an example MLA template for a references from your textbook.

Porch, and Batdorf. Biology with Laboratory Exercises. South Carolina: Bob Jones University Press, 2005. page-number. Print.

A public domain or Creative Commons Licensed representative image of the organism should be uploaded and inserted at the top of the taxonomy box on the right side of your page. Under the picture, fill in the taxonomic hierarchy of the organism. At least three other additional pictures should be included that support the text. Suggestions would include a close up view of distinguishing characteristics (i.e. close-up of features), behavior being discussed, habitat map, etc.

  • Encyclopedia of Life Creative Commons Licensed image of organisms that are organized taxonomically.
  • NOAA public domain images of marine organism. Use the collections tab to browse, or enter the following into Google images to search the entire site "site:www.photolib.noaa.gov KEYWORD".
  • Use USDA Plants for your plant taxonomy and public domain pictures. May only contain information on plants that live in the USA. Search using the following in Google "site:plants.usda.gov KEYWORD".
  • Use Advanced Search on Flickr to find Creative Commons Licensed documents.
Name Invasive Species Animal Plant/Protist/Fungi Extra Credit
Anishchenko, Michael periwinkle (Genus: Vinca) Great grey owl (Strix nebulosa) Class presentation sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus) Red maple (Acer rubrum)
Arneson, Brenner Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus or Rana catesbeiana) Squirrel (Family Sciuridae) hollyfern (Genus: Polystichum)
Boad, Corey Common water hyacinth (Eichornia crassipes) Lanternfish (family: Myctophidae) (Karenia brevis)
Faulconer, Aidan Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus or Rana catesbeiana) Grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) Stinkhorn (Fungi Family: Phallaceae)
Kuzel, Amanda Common water hyacinth (Eichornia crassipes) Cape fox (Vulpes chama) turkey corn (Dicentra eximia)
Lee, Daniel periwinkle (Genus: Vinca) Kangaroo (class presentation) Sasanqua camellia (Camellia sasanqua)
Liu, YiLong Common water hyacinth (Eichornia crassipes) Chinese moccasin (Deinagkistrodon acutus) Only species in genus longan (Dimocarpus longan)
Lloyd, Evan Amazonian apple snail (Pomacea maculata) Immortal Jellyfish (Turritopsis dohrnii) Class Presentation Oleander (Nerium oleander) Class Presentation
Maxwell, Ryan Galapagos penguin (Spheniscus mendiculus) Lawndaisy (Bellis perennis)
Munshaw, Josiah periwinkle (Genus: Vinca) Common basilisk (Basiliscus basiliscus) Class Presentation chautle livingrock (Ariocarpus fissuratus) Class Presentation
Simon, Beatrice Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus or Rana catesbeiana) Barreleye (Family:Opisthoproctidae) Hydrangea (Genus: Hydrangea)
Theodros, Elda Amazonian apple snail (Pomacea maculata) Cattle (Bos taurus) caterpillar phacelia (Phacelia cicutaria)
Yevtushenko, Daniel Amazonian apple snail (Pomacea maculata) Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) Class presentation (Neospora caninum) Class presentation

Human A&P 5th

Use MLA format and the footnote referencing system for all citations. Remember to use <ref name=something> for multiple occurrences. For help with footnotes: see help:footnote.

The following is an MLA template for internet references.

<ref>Authorlastname, Firstname. [http://www.example.com ArticleTitle] ''Publisher site name''. Web. Month Day, Year. (specify whether its the date of publication date, or last modified, or accessed. - i.e. Published November 3, 2015.).</ref>

The following is an MLA template for your textbook.

<ref>Wile, Jay L., and Shannon, Marilyn M. ''The Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made!''. Cincinnati: Apologia Educational Ministries, Inc., 2001. page-number. Print.</ref>

For later occurrences with a different page number use: <ref>Wile page-number.</ref>

Name Topic 1 Topic 2 Extra Credit
Eilertsen, LuLu Hypothyroidism Drugs (class presentation) Stroke (Class presentation)
Heck, Abby Epilepsy Lung Licensed practical nurse
Hipolito, Sami Dialysis Renal failure Pediatric psychology (Presentation only)
Hudson, Asha Cancer treatment Physiology of death Hand transplantation (Presentation only)
Isbell, Karen Homeostasis Eugenics neonatal physician (Presentation only)
Moore, Alan thoracic cage Anxiety cartilage
Yosef, Sarah Forensic anthropologist Obstetrician-Gynecologist Biomedical engineering

Biology 7th

You will write a 1.5 page (900 words minimum) research paper describing a type of organism. Each paper should contain a general introduction that describes the organism, and then specific discussions related to body design, life cycle, and ecology under the headings provided, and one additional topic of your choosing.

The following is an MLA template for internet references.

<ref>Authorlastname, Firstname. [http://www.example.com ArticleTitle] ''Publisher site name''. Web. Month Day, Year. (specify whether its the date of publication date, or last modified, or accessed. - i.e. Published November 3, 2015.).</ref>

The following is an example MLA template for a references from your textbook.

Porch, and Batdorf. Biology with Laboratory Exercises. South Carolina: Bob Jones University Press, 2005. page-number. Print.

A public domain or Creative Commons Licensed representative image of the organism should be uploaded and inserted at the top of the taxonomy box on the right side of your page. Under the picture, fill in the taxonomic hierarchy of the organism. At least three other additional pictures should be included that support the text. Suggestions would include a close up view of distinguishing characteristics (i.e. close-up of features), behavior being discussed, habitat map, etc.

  • Encyclopedia of Life Creative Commons Licensed image of organisms that are organized taxonomically.
  • NOAA public domain images of marine organism. Use the collections tab to browse, or enter the following into Google images to search the entire site "site:www.photolib.noaa.gov KEYWORD".
  • Use USDA Plants for your plant taxonomy and public domain pictures. May only contain information on plants that live in the USA. Search using the following in Google "site:plants.usda.gov KEYWORD".
  • Use Advanced Search on Flickr to find Creative Commons Licensed documents.
Name Invasive Species Animal Plant/Protist/Fungi Extra
Bartleson, Vanessa pink hibiscus mealybug (Maconellicoccus hirsutus) Chinchilla (Genus: Chinchilla) Baja rose (Rosa minutifolia)
Dean, Sara Snakehead (Family: Channidae) Darth Vader jellyfish (Bathykorus bouilloni) only species in the genus Lycopod (Division Lycopodiophyta)
Edstrom, Christian pink hibiscus mealybug (Maconellicoccus hirsutus) Vulture (Families Accipitridae & Cathartidae) Hornwort (Division: Anthocerotophyta)
Eilertsen, Amaria Northern pacific seastar or Japanese common starfish or Flatbottom Sea Star (Asterias amurensis) White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) Amoeba (Protist Phylum Amoebidae)
Garth Green, Michael Northern pacific seastar or Japanese common starfish (Asterias amurensis) Babirusa (Genus: Babyrousa) manchineel (Hippomane mancinella)
Gunawan, Reagan Himalayan blackberry (Rubus armeniacus) Bullet ant (Paraponera clavata) white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima)
Kaneda, Dustin Snakehead (Family: Channidae) Markhor (Capra falconeri) American cancer-root (Conopholis americana)
Lee, Leah Northern pacific seastar or Japanese common starfish (Asterias amurensis) Cassowary (Genus: Casuarius) Flowering plant (Division: Magnoliophyta)
Mischel, Trinity Snakehead (Family: Channidae) Tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) Common winterberry (Ilex verticillata)
Plata, Donavan pink hibiscus mealybug (Maconellicoccus hirsutus) Slow loris (Genus: Nycticebus) Baseball plant (euphorbia obesa)
Sones, Lucie Himalayan blackberry (Rubus armeniacus) Reticulated giraffe (Giraffa reticulata) waterlily (Genus: Nymphaea)
Young, Simon Himalayan blackberry (Rubus armeniacus) Nurse shark (Ginglymostoma cirratum) telegraph-plant (Codariocalyx motorius)

Biotechnology 1st

Use MLA format and the footnote referencing system for all citations. Remember to use <ref name=something> for multiple occurrences. For help with footnotes: see help:footnote.

The following is an MLA template for internet references.

<ref>Authorlastname, Firstname. [http://www.example.com ArticleTitle] ''Publisher site name''. Web. Month Day, Year. (specify whether its the date of publication date, or last modified, or accessed. - i.e. Published November 3, 2015.).</ref>
Name Topic 1 Topic 2
Wilson Human genetic engineering
Maxwell, Ryan Gene therapy
Jacob DNA sequencing

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