What's Wrong with the Plants?
Use the following form as a guide to write up your lab report. Keep in mind that your instructions should be clear enough for someone who is reading your research to be able to repeat your experiment and achieve similar results.
Your report must include:
At the end of your lab, answer the following:
1. Describe the controlled variables and the experimental variable in your experiment.
2. Discuss and give examples from your experiment, the difference between quantitative and qualitative data.
3.What are some possible sources of experimental error in your experiment?
1. What was the most interesting thing you learned in this experiment?
2. Explain the most difficult task you had to do in this experiment.
3. If you could repeat your experiment, what would you do differently?
4. If you could rewrite this lab, what would you change?
The University of Arizona
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
General Biology Program for Secondary Teachers