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Rubric Work independently. Write a report summarizing your experiments on the dive response. You should include the baseline data from your group, your assigned dive parameter data, and class data for the other class parameters tested. Follow the lab report guidelines posted on eCampus. Submit your report to turnitin and print the receipt. Attach the grading rubric, your turnitin receipt, and a printed copy of your report and turn in the report to your lab instructor at the beginning of next week’s lab. Required: Turnitin Receipt and Grading Rubric (-0.5 pt. each if not present) Lab Report (10 pts. total) Make sure that each section of report is Bold Title stated 0.25 pts. —Concisely stated and should include the principle being explored and variable(s) manipulated. This must be more professional than just “Lab Report” or “Lab 9”.
Abstract 0.25 pts. —A brief summary of each section of your paper, arranged as a single paragraph (100-150 words). Introduction 2 pts. —Should clearly state the problem or phenomenon under study. It should include enough background material to make the rest of the report understandable, and should include your hypothesis. Methods 1 pt. —Briefly state the methods used and highlight any deviations from the planned protocol described in the lab materials. Be sure to cite the lab procedure here. Results 2.5 pts. —This section should contain pertinent tables, graphs, and/or figures, and they should be labeled clearly and correctly. You should also briefly describe the results in the body of the text and highlight trends in the data that you will explain and relate in the discussion. Discussion 3 pts. —Describe your results clearly and derive conclusions, relating them to current models, or relevant current hypotheses. Did the results support or refute your hypothesis? Explain any errors that have resulted while conducting your experiments. Literature Cited 0.5 pt —(Minimum of two references) You should cite your sources correctly. This includes material facts and ideas that you yourself did not derive. Cite your sources in the body of the text by including the first author’s last name, then the year in parentheses. Eg. (Reese, 2011). The complete citation for each source should appear in alphabetical order in the Literature Cited section. For example: Reese et al. 2011. Biology 9th ed., Pearson/Benjamin Cummings Publishing Co., pg. 146.
Jack Stanley Section 509 Title The Effects of Various Stimuli on Human Heart Rate while Initiating the Mammalian Dive Response Abstract The mammalian dive response of apnea, bradycardia and vasoconstriction is analyzed.

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