Experiment on aluminum animals

Research question is “does color impact the rate of loss and gain from an organism?” A typical lab report have the following general outline: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion. The introduction states your question and any background info the reader would need to understand your question. It also states your experimental design in the form of a null and alternative hypothesis. The materials and methods section describe how you conducted an experiment. The point of this section is so that others can replicate what you did. In the results section you show the data you have collected (Graphs and/or Tables) and you are to describe the trends in the data (which group is greater… ect). The discussion section is where you attempt to explain the trends you have shown as your results, you will also here decide if your experiment’s results support or refute your initial hypothesis and describe how your understanding of the topic has changed, and what you could do in the future to improve your experiment or learn more on the topic.