A List Of Biology Dissertation Ideas To Write About
When it comes time to write your dissertation, it can be a little intimidating. That is mostly because you will have to write a paper on a topic that has not been previously discussed. It should be written in a way that it could be published and used as a source for other students. That can be very intimidating. This list will give you an idea of the general topics that you can write this paper on. You can choose one of these main topics and then choose one aspect or one concept regarding this topic. Then you will analyze that topic in regards to something real. Take a look at the list of general ideas.
- Active transport
- Adipose tissue
- Animal tissues
- The Cell Cycle
- Cell Biology
- Cell Junctions
Now once you have your main idea, read through some information on it or read your text book over again on the subject. You will need to find one distinguishing thing to write about. This could be a concept relating to the subject. If you look back through your text book, you may be able to find a great idea of a topic to write your paper on. Here is how you can do it.
- Start by searching the term in the index and jotting down the page numbers where it appears.
- Check out each of these pages and reread all of the information.
- Find the main chapter on the term and see if there are any special boxes that give you actual real life situations relating to that topic. These are probably the same boxes that you skip over when you are reading. They will usually give a case study on the concept. These boxes make the perfect thing for you to write your dissertation on.
- You can even just start from chapter one and go through looking for these special boxes that give information on real life situations that deal with the concepts and ideas in the text.
When you think that you have the idea of a topic that you want to write your paper on, make sure to first write an outline to make sure that it will be a good enough topic. Then the only thing that could hold you back is finding out that you can’t find anything on it.