It is more efficient to work on the draft of your paper from the middle out, from the known to the discovered, i.e.
If you want others to cite your paper, you should make sure they read it first.
For the correct spelling, try Biotech's Life Science Dictionary or one of the technical dictionaries on the reference shelf in the Biology or Health Sciences libraries., 4th edition, Oryx Press, Phoenix, 1994. A bit more advanced, intended for those writing papers for publication.
It’s the sort of project that can leave even the most organized student quaking in their boots, staring at the assignment like they’re Luke Skywalker and it’s the Death Star.
Put simply, the Introduction should answer the question ‘Why:’ why you choose that topic for research; why it is important; why you adopted a particular method or approach; and so on.
You can also think of the Introduction as the section that points out the gap in knowledge that the rest of the paper will fill, or the section in which you define and claim your territory within the broad area of research.
This format has been called the IMRAD (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, And Discussion) organization.
I, M, R, D is the order that the sections have in the published paper, but this is not the best order in which to write your manuscript.
The erythrocytes that are in the blood contain hemoglobin. This sentence implies that there are erythrocytes elsewhere that don't contain hemoglobin.) 2.
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