Laboratory Report Format Here are the following parts and description that a laboratory report should have by each group after every experiment/laboratory activities. Experiment Title Group _: Member 1*, Member 2, Member 3, Member 4, Member 5 Grade – Section Introduction/Abstract A concise description of the entire experiment (purpose, relevance, methods, significant results and conclusions). Objectives A concise and summarized list of what needs to be accomplished in the experiment. Background An account of the experiment intended to familiarize the reader with the theory, related research that is relevant to the experiment itself. Methods A description of what was performed, which may include a list of equipment and materials used and procedure in order to pursue the objectives of the experiment. Results A presentation of relevant measurements convincing the reader that the objectives have been performed and accomplished. Discussion of Results The interpretation of results directing the reader back to the objectives. Conclusions Could be part of the previous section but is not intended solely as a summary of results. This section could highlight the novelty of the experiment in relation to other studies performed before. References Cite your references here in APA format. NOTE: Title font size is 14 pt. and should be bold. The rest of the report should have a font size 11 pt. and the headings of each part should be bold. Font style is Arial. Paragraph should be justified. Each paragraph should have an indent of 1 inch. Pictures or images should be placed in between paragraphs with labels and caption (e.g. Image 1. The slides showing the sample from the bottom layer of the hay infusion.) Abstract should have margins that are 1 inch more on both sides, justified. Group members and section should be 10 pt. font size, bold. The laboratory report should be 4 pages maximum. Member with asterisk is the leader of the group.