Introduction – the first section of the report which prepares the reader for the purpose and subject matter of the report. This section should include an in-depth discussion of the subject; in this case, the impact of predation on populations.
Hypothesis – the stated hypothesis is testable and falsifiable statement relating to the subject and variables.
Materials and methods – this section provides a detailed, step-by-step plan for recreating the experiment. (Presents easy-to-follow steps that are logical and adequately detailed).
Results – this section describes the independent and dependent variables and presents the data. (Data table and graph neatly completed and very accurate).
Discussion/Conclusion – these sections provide a detailed explanation of the results and an interpretation of the hypothesis. (Presents a logical explanation for findings and addresses releavant questions. Additional questions or relevant applications are described).