A poster title that is identical to your abstract title: it contains specific and concise information that is understandable to the broad readership. Name Surname , … 1 Laboratory of Experimental Samba - Charm, Natural Flair and Rhythm Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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A poster title that is identical to your abstract title: it contains specific and concise information that is understandable to the broad readership
Name Surname, …
1 Laboratory of Experimental Samba - Charm, Natural Flair and Rhythm Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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Results and discussion
Start with few sentences expressing the importance of your work, and the context where it belongs. A brief but concise background will help the reader to understand the reasons why you performed this study. Keep in mind that the more text the worst, so be mindful on saving words to the following sections.
a listing of the most important findings, which should be logically linked with the methods. Include statistics or parameter estimates that convey important information, such as descriptive statistics, point estimates, confidence intervals, p-values, q-values, etc.
list the most important point supported by your data, and suggest pertinent implications of your study. Please do not rephrase the results.
a short statement of the research scope
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A description of the study design, including succinct but precise information regarding the studied population (e.g. species, breeds, and other relevant features), sampling (strategies for sample acquisition and sample size), assays/techniques used (e.g., SNP chips, NGS platforms, etc) and variables measured (e.g., phenotypes, covariates, etc) or any other relevant data collected, and statistical assessments performed
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