Results answer main hypothesis or research questions. It should be clear, concise, simple and enough details to allow the reader to determine whether the effect of the experimental treatment produced the significant statistical value. Results do no need comment or any attachment but in presentation, tables and graphs are significant data for comparison or show trend.
Discussion do not repeat what results spoke. It was written from simple beginning to complex conclusion. It explains how the results answer the question under study and emphasize what is new, different, or important about your results. Alternative explanations for the results are always welcome but never give incidental observations.
Discussion can be done by asking few questions such as:
Do you agree with the result based on your hypothesis?
What theory and practical consideration that generally has in common?
Any explained for undesired outcome?
Any problems while carrying operation the research?
Any suggestions for future research?
The conclusion should be made in the range of the data and the design of the study.