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Why it was done and what is the problem being addressed? What did you do? It is the materials and methods section of your abstract, but it is only one or two sentences in length. It is a description of how you decided to approach the problem. What did you find out? crucial results obtained. Without these results, the experiment would have been useless. Conclusions? This should directly follow the results so the reader knows what results led to what conclusions. Sample 1 : This experiment will determine what will make enzymes effective and what will make them ineffective . We tested different samples of enzymes in a spectrophotometer and recorded their absorption rates . Six samples were placed in the spectrophotometer but two contained no enzyme; these acted as blanks for the other samples. The four remaining samples contained Catecholase ranging from 0.5 ml to 1.75 m. The second half of the experiment contained four test tubes with a constant amount of Catecholase, but the pH levels ranged from four to
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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