Guide for Writing Lab Results

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Guide for Writing Lab Results 1. For each lab, you will hand in a carbon sheet from your lab notebook. Each lab exercise lists specific items that must be included for full credit. In each case, you are expected to write an introduction that indicates the purpose of the lab. This should not be copied directly from the lab sheet, but should be written in your own words 2. Most of the labs are set up so that you only need to answer specific questions. There are two labs which are indicated as “full lab reports” (the enzyme kinetics lab and the second week of the succinate dehydrogenase labs). “Full lab report” means that there should be separate sections of Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion. Each of these sections must be structured with complete paragraphs. The text should be written with the expectation that the reader is not familiar with the specific experiment being described. The Introduction should address all indicated key terms. The Materials and Methods should include step by step descriptions of what you did so that someone who has not done the experiment could do it following what you wrote. This, of course,
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIOL 301 taught by Professor Tepperman during the Winter '08 term at University of Cincinnati.

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