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Allelopathy Lab Report Helpsheet Generally ± Lab reports must be typed , double spaced , single-sided , and in a 10-12 size font . ± Did you run the spell-checker ? ± Is your lab report readable and understandable? Read it aloud or have somebody else read it over and accept their criticisms graciously. ± Is your report in a binder? If it is, take it out of there. You don’t need a cover sheet or any folders. Just staple your pages together. ± To the back of the report, staple the first page of all your primary Name Date Section # Title Abstract Introduction Methods Results Discussion Literature Cited articles . ± Every section must have a heading preceding the section: Abstract Introduction, Methods Results Discussion Literature Cited (or References). Put them on a line by themselves. You can underline or bold them to set them apart. ± Incorporate your figures and tables inside your lab report in the results section. Don’t put them by themselves at the end of your report. ± Every scientific detail from your primary article that you mention must be cited as to its source. Twice . Once, directly following the information and once again, inside the Literature Cited section at the end. Check out the helpsheet ‘Citations’ for form and examples. ± Genus and species names must be italicized. Besides Raphanus sativus , students will forget to italicize species names when they discuss their primary literature or when they write their long citations at the end of the report. Besides both being italicized, remember that genera (singular, genus) always begin with a capital letter and species (singular, species) always begin with a lower case letter. Title ( 1 points) ± Your title should be very descriptive of what the report is about. At the minimum, mention the organism, the scientific principle , and any other significant aspects of the experiment . Your title can be too short, but it’s hard to make it too long. This lab report is about Raphanus sativus , allelopathy, and tannic acid. Abstract
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2010 for the course BIO 1441 taught by Professor Dr.frederick during the Fall '10 term at UT Arlington.

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