Action potential: Putting it all Together

The file is what the paper is based off of.
1. 1 pg. for Introduction:
Provide the reader with background information on the topic of the experiment and a brief review of the A&P of the body system involved. Do not repeat what is in the lab manual, but connect this experiment to anatomy and physiology in general. This is where you include previous research (be sure to cite the references!) to link the experiment to the big picture of how the body functions (or fails to function properly). State the objective/purpose of the experiment as the last sentence in the intro.
2.. 1pg. Results:
The results section should summarize the data from the experiments without interpreting them or discussing their implications.
3. 1pg. Discussion:
A discussion includes explaining, analyzing and interpreting results. You should show an understanding of the results and how these results link to the “big picture” you referenced in the introduction. Do not say there is or is not a “significant difference” in data unless you have the statistics to back it up. Stating there is a significant difference between experimental groups means you ran statistics on the data. It is unlikely you will run statistics on the data you collect for these lab reports. When discussing data, refer to the figure or table with the relevant data. Example: The mice given the highest dose of caffeine had the fastest heart rate (Figure 1). This is especially important when you have multiple graphics. Explain, analyze and interpret all your results or data. Show you understand the results—”What is the significance or meaning of the results?” “Why did I get such data?”. This section should not just be a restatement of the results but should emphasize interpretation of the data
4. works cited :
Follow guidelines on this webpage for citing references in a scientific research paper:
This is the standard format used by scientists
-Here is a sample reference for a journal article from The Journal of the American Medical Association :
Stulberg J.J., Delaney C.P., Neuhauser D.V., Aron D.C., Fu P., and Koroukian S.M. 2010. Adherence to surgical care improvement project measures and the association with postoperative infections. JAMA. 303(24):2479–2485.
Use: BOOK:
-Marieb, E. and Smith, L., 2016,Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual,PearsonEducation, Inc., United States of America,p. 156.
-Martini, F., Nath, J., and Bartholomew, E., 2018,Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology,Pearson Education, Inc., United States of America, p. 322-234.
-Zao, P., Stabler, T., Smith, L., Lokuta, A. and Griff, E., 2016,PhysioEx Version 9.1, Pearson,UnitedStates of America.