Make a summary. Make a summary of the essay using your list. Your summary should be no more than one paragraph long. (A summary should not be more than a quarter of the length of the essay.)
Summaries are used by readers to gain insight into the main ideas of an essay or paper. They help them understand the topic better and provide a brief overview without getting into details.
Generally, there is a claim-response structure in essays that can be summarized in a list: "claim-evidence-conclusion". A summary should follow this same structure by including all three elements - a heading if you will - and ending with a conclusion.
This is how you write a summary: Start with a general statement about the subject matter followed by specific examples to support your point of view. Finally, state your conclusion again in a broader context.
For example, let's say that we want to summarize our essay on American culture. "The United States has a culture of innovation." is a general statement that could apply to most countries. Then we give several examples of ways in which Americans have contributed to the development of technology: "the automobile, television, and the internet" (all of which were invented in America).
As a general guideline, your essay should be divided into three sections: introduction, body, and conclusion. As a result, you may only write three paragraphs in a one-page essay. Each segment in this scenario comprises of a paragraph. Thus, three paragraphs would enough in a one-page essay (250 words). Cardiovascular neurological memory The heart contains two separate neurological networks, one of which is made up of nerve cells within the heart and the other of which is made up of nerves originating outside the heart. Both networks have the capability of encoding, storing, and retrieving memories. One way that these memories are believed to be encoded is through changes that occur within the structure of the heart muscle itself. For example, studies have shown that myocytes (the contractile cells of the heart) become more flexible and elongated after they have been exposed to increased levels of adrenaline, indicating that these cells must be able to store information about previous activities.
The most famous study on this topic was published in 1973 by Japanese researchers who went by the pseudonym "Tokyo Women's Medical University Research Group." They showed that rats given injections of adrenaline over a period of several weeks developed muscles that were much more flexible than normal rat hearts. They also found evidence suggesting that these hearts had electrical properties similar to those of human hearts (for example, they could be induced to beat synchronously by applying electric shocks to their bodies). Based on these findings, the researchers concluded that the heart possesses the ability to learn and remember past experiences.
Since then, other studies have provided additional evidence for cardiovascular memory. In one experiment, scientists used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to watch how changes occurred within the hearts of people who had previously exercised regularly.
A five-paragraph essay is required, with one paragraph for the introduction, three paragraphs for the body, and one paragraph for the conclusion. However, you may also attempt parts, which allow you to have as many paragraphs as you like for the body portion of the essay.
The purpose of the introductory paragraph is to give the reader context and establish your main idea. You should not simply list facts or statistics about this issue before discussing how it affects your audience. The body of the essay should include enough detail so that readers will understand what you are trying to convey but not so much that they feel overwhelmed. Finally, the conclusion restates your main idea while also introducing any new information provided in the essay.
These are only some examples of good writing. You should not be limited to these numbers of paragraphs, as long as you maintain clarity in your writing.