Fall Semester 2012-13 Rubric for Assessing Annotated BibliographyRoll Book.# 12 Name Nicolle A. Rosa Mercado Grade 23/25Date: October 12, 2012 Points (Points 30X2= 60 -100%)A. SUMMARY & CSE STYLE MANUAL FORMAT 1 2 3 4 5Summarizes completely the article and mentions contributions to scienceUses CSE format for the bibliographic referenceB. ENGLISH COMPETENCEUses correct grammar, syntax, spelling, and punctuationDemonstrates clarity and coherenceC. CRITICAL THINKINGAdequately critiques the articleIncludes article contribution to review paper development xTemplate for Annotated Bibliography I Biol. 3095-Scientific Literature and BibliographyDue date October 12, 2012Bernard A. Kunz, Paige K. Dando, Desma M. Grice, Peter G. Mohr, Peer M. Schenk, and David M. Cahill;(October 2008); UV-Induced DNA Damage Promotes Resistance to the Biotrophic PathogenHyaloperonospora parasitica in Arabidopsis; Rockville, United States; American Society of Plant Biologists;Vol. 148; pg. 1021-1031This study evaluates the possibility that ultra-violet (UV) rays may contribute to plant immunity diseases.The investigators suspect that UV rays indirectly help the plant to create a resistance to pathogens such asHyaloperonospora parasitica. They show that cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers (CPDs) and 6-4 photoproducts(6-4PPs) have a very important role in the ability of the plants to develop pathogen resistance. It wasdiscovered that plants that where exposed to low levels of UVB radiation for 26 days accumulated greatamount of DNA damage. It is also proposed that other types of DNA damage might induce resistance topathogens that may be harmful to Arabidopsis thaliana and other types of plants. These researchers havediscarded the possibility of UV rays activating systemic acquired resistance (SAR). They concluded thatDNA that has been damaged by ultra-violet rays activate defense mechanisms that fight against pathogensharmful to the plants. It is a very interesting fact that something that can be so perilous to humans is actualyable to help other organisms when exposed to the correct amount.