Research methods

The research method is written in the form of paragraphs. Tools that are commonly used do not need to be called the brand or model, unless the tool determines the results of the study. The material used is described in detail (eg where it was obtained, strain or clone number, and so on). Tools and materials are described along with writing research procedures. The experimental design and its approach are described in detail. Also describe the statistical method (if any) or data analysis used in detail. If needed, pictures of the data collection locations or sample points can be provided.

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