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Slide 2 How to give a PowerPoint presentation By Matthew Truelove Slide 3 Most common mistake #1 Slide 4 Animal testing, also known as animal experimentation, animal research, and in vivo testing, is the use of non-human animals in experiments, particularly model organisms such as nematode worms, fruit flies, zebrafish, and mice. Worldwide, it is estimated that 50 to 100 million vertebrate animals are used annually, along with a great many more invertebrates. [1] Although the use of flies and worms as model organisms is very important, experiments on invertebrates are largely unregulated and not included in statistics. Most animals are euthanized after being used in an experiment [citation needed]. Sources of laboratory animals vary between countries and species; while most animals are purpose-bred, others may be caught in the wild or supplied by dealers who obtain them from auctions and pounds. [2]in vivoexperimentsmodel organismsnematode wormsfruit flieszebrafishmicevertebrate [1]model organismseuthanizedcitation neededpounds [2] The research is conducted inside universities, medical schools, pharmaceutical companies, farms, defense establishments, and commercial facilities that provide animal-testing services to industry. [3] It includes pure research such as genetics, developmental biology, behavioural studies, as well as applied research such as biomedical research, xenotransplantation, drug testing and toxicology tests, including cosmetics testing. Animals are also used for education, breeding, and defense research. [3]geneticsdevelopmental biologybehavioural studies biomedical researchxenotransplantationtoxicology testscosmetics testing Supporters of the practice, such as the British Royal Society, argue that virtually every medical achievement in the 20th century relied on the use of animals in some way, [4] with the Institute for Laboratory Animal Research of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences arguing that even sophisticated computers are unable to model interactions between molecules, cells, tissues, organs, organisms, and the environment, making animal research necessary in many areas. [5] Some scientists and animal rights organizations, such as PETA and BUAV, question the legitimacy of it, arguing that it is cruel, poor scientific practice, poorly regulated, that medical progress is being held back by misleading animal models, that some of the tests are outdated, that it cannot reliably predict effects in humans, that the costs outweigh the benefits, or that animals have an intrinsic right not to be used for experimentation. [6] The practice of animal testing is regulated to various extents in different countries.Royal Society [4] U.S. National Academy of Sciences [5]animal rightsPETABUAV [6] Too much text Slide 5 Structure Say hello, introduction Define key terms Part 1, most common mistake number 1. Part 2, most common mistake number 2. Part 3, most common mistake number 3. Part 4, using graphs and statistical information. Part 5, inappropriate pictures, sounds etc... Part 6, short break for cup of tea (talk about weather). Part 7, examples of appropriate pictures. Part 8, Examples of appropriate graphs and charts. Part 9, summary of key points. Part 10, questions. Too many bullet points Slide 6 Structure Causes pain and death Unreliable Alternatives Rebuttal has led to medical advancements Slide 7 Dont use complicated graphs or statistics Slide 8 K.I.S.S Slide 9 Keep It Simple, Stupid! Slide 10 How much text do you need? As little as possible Slide 11 Most common mistake #2 Slide 12 Look at my lovely Power Point!!! Dont use pointless pictures or inappropriate colours and sound. Slide 13 Most common mistake #3 Slide 14 Dont state the obvious Slide 15 Use pictures to support your arguments e/thalid2.jpg Slide 16 -jump-in-lab-animal-tests Keep statistical information simple Slide 17 Slide 18 Keep it simple. Don't parrot PowerPoint. Minimize numbers and complicated graphs. Give it a rest. Slide 19 Elucidate


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