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Let me start by saying I apologize for bothering You. Although it might not be obvious from this short message (assumably full of errors) I do not usually have troubles with English. The thing is, the vocabulary this language possesses is so vast I managed to wield decently just snippets(mainly from legal, historical and spoken branch). That's because I'm a close student of the law. Back to the point, I have recently come across a problem.
I am yet to succeed in solving it. I was hoping, one could say praying, You would yield a guidance during this task since my English expertise is in different field. I have come up with this so far:

"The subject of my graduation work is capturing Beta-hemolytic streptococcus in Mikrochem laboratory during the half year period. In theoretical section I handle each individual type of Beta-hemolytic streptococcus . I describe their morphology, cultivation and diseases that they cause. In practical section I address methods of assessment Beta-hemolytic streptococcus involving microscopy, cultivation and antigenic analyses. In research section I ascertain frequency of each types of Beta-hemolytic streptococcus in relation to gender and age."

Is it understandable? Is it flawless?:-) If not what do I do to make it so...
!PLEASE, REMEMBER, THESE SENTENCES OUGHT TO BE WRITTEN IN FORMAL ENGLISH!
Thank You in advance for any improvement
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My only correction is that you have missing articles before the names of the labs. In the practical section...In the research section...and possibly in the Mikrochem laboratory but I'm not sure if that is a type of lab Emotion: yes or a Proper name Emotion: no.

I'm also not sure about the 'capturing' but this could well be a specialist bit of vocabulary I'm not aware of, as I am no scientist!
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First off, I'm sorry for that mess. It ignored the format I put it into...

I'd like to thank You for such a quick response and correction. I'm not sure about "capturing" either^^... I try to "catch" all streptococcus. Mikrochem is a name. I also wasn't sure about "streptococcus"= is it plural?(I research many kinds of them)///EDIT///: plural is streptococci
"The subject of my graduation work is capturing Beta-hemolytic streptococci in Mikrochem laboratory during the half year period. In the theoretical section I handle each individual type of Beta-hemolytic streptococci . I describe their morphology, cultivation and diseases that they cause. In the practical section I address methods of assessment Beta-hemolytic streptococci involving microscopy, cultivation and antigenic analyses. In the research section I ascertain frequency of each types of Beta-hemolytic streptococci in relation to gender and age."