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How to Write a Lab Report BIO/101 Version 2 1 University of Phoenix Material How to Write a Lab Report Lab reports are an important component of all laboratory courses. A lab report is how you explain what you did in experiment, what you learned, and what the results meant. A lab report reflects the application of the scientific process. The report should include the major steps of the scientific method: the observations, hypothesis, test of the hypothesis, list of materials, procedures, data collected, analysis of data, and conclusion. Here is a standard format. 1. Title Page The title of the experiment. Your name Your instructor's name The date the lab was completed or the date the report was submitted. 1. Title The title says what you did. It should be short and explain the main parts of the experiment. Some examples of titles would be "Evolution by Natural Selection” or “Temperature and the Rate of a Chemical Reaction” or “How Does Natural Selection Direct Evolution?” 2.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course EB 110 taught by Professor Ms.thomas during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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