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Notebook Format Biochemical Techniques i BIBC103 A fair percentage of the grade assigned in this course will be based on the quality of your laboratory procedure, including your notebook. Remember, your notebook should be a log of your experimental work. It should be complete and thorough to the extent that your peers should be able to understand your experimental findings. Basic rules: 1. All work for BIBC103 should be kept in a bound notebook with pre-printed numbered pages and carbon copies. The carbon copies will be turned in with the lab reports and at other times if the TA requests them. 2. If your notebook does not include a table of contents section, reserve the first three pages for a table of contents. Keep the table of contents updated daily with the title of the experiment and the page number in the notebook. 3. Use pen only! 4. Do not rip out pages! If mistakes are made, they should be struck through with a single line so that the error is still legible. (What you consider wrong at one time might turn out to be right later.) What to enter:
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2010 for the course BICD BICD 110 taught by Professor Zao during the Winter '09 term at UCSD.

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