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Conclusion

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Each scientific article should equalone or two main ideas. These shouldbe stated in the Conclusion.
Some journals use a format thatincludes a section labeled
“Conclusion” or “Summary,”
 
 
The Introduction of the paper givesthe current scientific context of these ideas, the Discussion showshow your data lead to or supportthe ideas, and the Conclusionsummarizes the ideas in onesuccinct paragraph.
When you first face the Conclusionsection of your paper, you shouldalready have a draft of theDiscussion. The Discussion movesfrom your specific observations tomore general statements related tothe work of others.
For your Conclusion, take therecap from the beginning of yourDiscussion and the generalstatements from the end, andforge a single unclutteredparagraph.

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