2011 Bio 122 SDH Assay Report - Due Week 5 FINAL0

2011 Bio 122 SDH Assay Report - Due Week 5 FINAL0 -...

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Stanford and Kabnick Fall 2011 Rubric for Report on SDH Activity Due Week 5 at the Beginning of Lab You must write a double-spaced report that includes the following parts: Title: The title should be descriptive. It should explain the question being addressed in the report, and may give some idea as to your findings. However, the title should be as brief as possible. Beneath your title, be sure to include the names of all participants and authors of your study. Introduction: When writing an introduction, it is important to provide readers with enough background so that they can understand your study. It is useful to start by providing information that prepares the reader to understand your hypothesis, and thus you should use the justification section from your hypothesis assignment here. Make sure to make any changes suggested by your TA. All sources should be cited and included in your references section. This introduction section should build on your justification section from your hypothesis assignment, and should contain additional information on the concept behind the experiment you conducted. Include information on what SDH is, and what the goal of your experiment with SDH was. Hypothesis: Include the hypothesis you generated for the hypothesis assignment.
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course BIO 102 taught by Professor Avery during the Spring '11 term at FGCU.

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