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Ans 501 pre proposal format and content
AnS 501 Pre-proposal format and content

Pre-proposals are often used by commodity groups and others that support research to screen proposal ideas so that only the most relevant and interesting are invited to submit full proposals

-saves time and energy for everyone

-means that pre-proposals must be well

prepared (clear, concise, well-written) to

be competitive


  • Format for AnS 501

    -follow JAS format (received from Dr. Tyler

    last week) for citations and references

    -12 point font, single space

  • Length

    -2 pages maximum, exclusive of references

  • Deadline

    -Oct. 18, 1:10 pm

  • Submission

    -submit electronically to

    [email protected]


  • Content

  • Title-descriptive, complete, informative

  • Investigators and titles/degrees

  • Introduction/background

    A. Introduce the focus area

    B. Statement of the problem

    C. Discuss (and cite) previous relevant work,

    or lack of, particularly if there is

    disagreement

    D. Present the hypothesis to be tested


lV. Objectives-2 or 3 short phrases that indicate

what you hope to achieve

  • Experimental plan

    A. Design of the experiment(s)

    B. Materials and methods to be used

    C. Statistical analyses

    Vl. Proposed timetable or timeline


Vll. Potential limitations of the study

Vlll. Preliminary cost estimate (do not include

this for AnS 501)

XlX. References


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