Lab_Report_Template

Lab_Report_Template - Short descriptive title Your name and...

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Short, descriptive title Your name and lab partner’s name Abstract Introduction (scope and purpose of your experiment) Short description of methods Results Your conclusions Introduction Background information: Make a general statement likely to interest the reader in your topic Do not reference information that is common knowledge (i.e., familiar to your audience) Review current literature (primary journal articles) on the topic Paraphrase information from the literature and cite the source; do not use direct quotations Use proper citation format (Name–Year or Citation–Sequence format) Final paragraph should contain the objectives of your experiment Materials and Methods Write in full sentences and paragraphs; do not use a numbered list Use past tense Provide enough detail to enable the reader to repeat the experiment Do not list materials separately Do not refer to the containers Do not explain routine procedures (e.g., do not explain how to use a micropipettor) Do not say that you will graph and interpret the data
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIO 156 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '06 term at Monroe CC.

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