Obviously, you are not completing the laboratory exercise, but the majority of your report will focus on the theory and interpreting the results of the experimental appropriately. I. Title – The title should describe specifically what was studied in the investigation. II. Introduction (25%) – Contains the purpose, background and major results / findings. • Purpose: Contains a single, concise statement of the major objective of the lab (i.e. what are the questions you are trying to answer). Also, state the hypotheses you were testing as well as any specific items you were investigating. • Background: Provides a brief summary of the topic being investigated including any information that may be necessary in order to explain your purpose. Information that should be discussed includes what cellular respiration / alcoholic fermentation is (what it is, what it does, where it occurs, when it occurs, why it occurs, how it works, and why it is important). • Results: States the major results / findings of your investigation. III. Materials & Methods (5% each) – Describe in your own words the materials and methods used in your independent investigation. Use bullets to help organize these sections. Use the proper names of the equipment used as you describe the methods. Your procedures should be detailed enough so that another student unfamiliar with the equipment and activities could easily repeat your work by reading your procedure. IV. Results (15%) – This section starts with a paragraph that indicates what the data shows and summarizes the significance of the data. This section also includes the charts, graphs, and data tables that summarize the results of your investigation. V. Discussion (25%) – This section is the most important part of the report. It restates your hypotheses, briefly summarizes your results, explains whether or not your hypotheses were met, and explains how your results support or conflict with the biology involved in your experiment. The section includes specific data of the results of your experiments to explain / support your results as well as provide explanations for any relationships / results observed. The section does not discuss educational value, skills learned, error analysis, or commentary on the experiment. However, you may describe how any problems you encountered during your investigation may have influenced the results. Suggestions for the improvement of techniques or experimental design may be included here. VI. Conclusion (5%). Sums up what happened in the experiment and discusses the significance and implications of your investigation. VII. Works Cited (10%) – List all of the sources that you used to prepare this report, Use a minimum of 3 sources. If you use web-based sources, scholarly organizations (.edu sites) generally provide accurate and reliable information. You must cite each of your sources within the body of your report. Format your works cited using the CSE formatting guidelines which can be found at: http://writing.wisc.edu/Handbook/DocCSE_NameYear.html Grammar itself (10%) Lab Report: • Title page – should have the Title of the Experiment, Your Name, Course Section, and Due Date • Report should be 5 – 10 pages (excluding title page, tables and graphs). Keep in mind the comprehensive and detailed format you may have encountered in lab reports for other science courses. Could someone duplicate your experiment upon reading your report? The brevity of your report requires that you use a concise writing style, touching only upon your most important observations and results. Nevertheless, you must also present as much supporting detail as is necessary to support your conclusions and allow the reader to understand the logic by which you obtained them. • Use 12 point Times New Roman font and DOUBLE SPACE your report. • Report contains section headings (such as Introduction, Materials & Methods, etc). General Considerations Before Lab: • Read through the instructions for the lab exercise. • Ask yourself: • What are the goals of the lab exercise? • What data will be examined? How will an examination of this data help to achieve the goals of the lab exercise? • If there are several data sets, are there any physical relationships we know that relate the variables? • As you read through the procedure and relate it to the results and theory, you should constantly be asking yourself: • What are the relationships you observe in the data? • Do you know of any underlying physical principles which might produce the relationships you observe? • Is there a common theme to the relationships you observe in the data? Are these relationships relevant to the goals of the lab?
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