BIOL 201 - Introductory Biology
Concordia Libraries subscribes to JoVE Science Education videos. These videos show basic lab techniques and methods that you will use during your labs. Videos you may find helpful include:
- Formatting Science Reports from the University of Wisconsin - Madison
- The Lab Report from the University of Toronto
Books at the Library:
- Making sense: a student's guide to research and writing:
- Vanier Library, Reference section: QH 304 N67 2011.
- A student handbook for writing in biology:
- Excellent book in the Vanier library (3rd floor) with an excellent chapter entitled "Step-by-step instructions for preparing a laboratory report or scientific paper." (Chapter 4)
You are required to cite 3 references for your assignment. Here are suggestions of references you can cite:
- BIOL 201 Lab manual: available on 3 hour reserve at the Vanier Course Reserve Room.
- BIOL 201 Textbook: available on 3 hour reserve at the Vanier Course Reserve Room.
- At the bench: A laboratory navigator: Chapter 15 of this book covers the topic of electrophoresis. This book is available on 3 hour reserve at the Vanier Library Reserves Room.
- Biotechnology: Applying the genetic revolution: Chapter 3 of this e-book has a section that discusses electrophoresis. If you are off-campus, you will need to log in with your netname and password.
- Laboratory Methods in Enzymology: DNA: Chapter 4 - Agarose Gel Electrophoresis: This chapter provides a methodology and protocol for gel electrophoresis. If you are off-campus, you will need to log in with your netname and password.
If you would like to look at other sources, here are a few suggestions:
You have been asked to cite using the Chicago Style: