Recordkeeping, Writing,
& Data Analysis


Microscope studies

Flagella experiment
Laboratory math
Blood fractionation
Gel electrophoresis
Protein gel analysis
Concepts/ theory
Keeping a lab notebook
Writing research papers
Dimensions & units
Using figures (graphs)
Examples of graphs
Experimental error
Representing error
Applying statistics
Principles of microscopy

Solutions & dilutions
Protein assays
Fractionation & centrifugation
Radioisotopes and detection

Guide to the study

Lab part 1

Lab part 2



Flagella Regeneration Data

Here is a figure representing data from a previous semester's results. The data were consistent with what we see when the experiment is not compromised. This figure is NOT for inclusion in your research paper. It is presented here to help you interpret the data. You may reference this web page in your paper should you refer to this information. Note how the figure was designed – no frills, just information.

Fig. 1. Time course of flagellar regeneration following amputation of flagella in Chlamydomonas reinhardii untreated and treated to prevent protein synthesis. Bars represent standard deviations of the means.

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Created by David R. Caprette (caprette@rice.edu), Rice University 13 May 05
Updated 13 Aug 07