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APPROVAL SHEET

An Undergraduate thesis entitled: TERATOGENIC ACTIVITY AND EMBRYO TOXICITY OF Pleurotus salmoneostramineus EXTRACT ON THE DEVELOPING ZEBRA FISH EMBRYO prepared and submitted by Florielyn G. Liwanag in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY is hereby approved and accepted.

RENATO G. REYESSOFRONIO P. KALAW

Adviser Critic

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JERWIN R. UNDAN

Department Research Coordinator

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Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Biology

EVARISTO A. ABELLAROSALIE R. RAFAEL

Chair, Department of Biological SciencesCollege Research coordinator

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RENATO G. REYES

Dean of College of Arts and Sciences

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BIOGRAPHICAL DATA

Personal Information

Name: Florielyn G. Liwanag

Date of Birth: October 7, 1992

Place of Birth: Guimba, Nueva Ecija

Religion: Roman Catholic

Civil Status: Single

Educational Background

Elementary: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Academy-2005

St. John, Guimba, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

Secondary: Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College-2009

St. John, Guimba, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

Tertiary: Central Luzon State University-2013

Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

Seminars Attended:

Scientist-in-focus 2: Agricultural microbiology and biotechnology: -February 21, 2013 “Innovations in Bioentrepreneurship”

PCIEERD research colloquium: In celebration of 8th national – November 21, 2012 biotechnology week

The strength and elegance of the Philippines bamboo: - October 12, 2012 “Turning the Philippines from brown to green (Opportunities of Bamboo in the Philippines)”

Breathless: “Smoking and Its Impact on One’s Health” - September 14, 2012

Scientist-in-focus 1: Food Safety – August 17, 2012 “From Fish Parasites to Human Infection”

Embryo technology: “Developments and Trends” - September 9, 2011

Crop biotechnology for production of sufficient and nutritious foods - August 13, 2010

“So many species, so many forests, too little time” - July 19, 2010

“Updates on bacterial cellulose” - June 10, 2010

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The author wishes to express her deepest and sincerest appreciation to the following who in one way or another had contributed to the completion of her goal.

She is most indebted to her adviser Dr. Renato G. Reyes and also to her critic Dr. Sofronio P. Kalaw for their valuable assistance, kind understanding and encouragement while she was pursuing her academic work and for their constructive criticisms and suggestions in the conduct of this thesis.

The author is most grateful to Mr. Rich Milton Dulay for his suggestions, encouragement and supervision for the improvement of this manuscript.

Profound appreciation is likewise extended to Dr. Jerwin Undan, Department Research Coordinator, and to her panelists, Dr. Eden S. David and Prof. Federico Pineda for their constructive criticisms and guidance.

Heartfelt thanks are also extended to Kuya Ogie, Kuya Tolits, Ate Che, Ate Dear, classmates, boardmates and friends or “luga” friends namely: Wewe, Danny, Bis, Kuya Hec, Juga, Ate Sarah, Kuya Robin, Dij, Ate Jo, Ate Onang, Melvie, Rhodz, Lele, Jeff, Chel, Devon and Mars especially to the mushroom people for their laughters, moral support and invaluable suggestions during the preparation of the manuscript.

Finally, the author wishes to dedicate this work to her...
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