Feasibility Of Chili And Kamias As A Mosquito Killer Essays and Term Papers

  • Review of Related Literature in the Past Chili Was Used Only as Spices Because of Its Taste. Later on, It Was Discovered as a Good Mosquito Killer Because of Its Pesticidal Property. While Kamias (Ginger Lily) Was Also

    Submitted to: Mrs. Annalyn Peña Teacher The Feasibility of Chili (Capsicum frutescens) and Kamias (Hedychium coronarium) as Mosquito Killer Introduction: In our world, the taste of the chili was not famous to some people because it is spicy, hot, and very less aroma...

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  • Chilli and Kamias as Mosquito Killer

    The Feasibility of Chili (Capsicum frutescens) and Kamias(Hedychium coronarium) as Mosquito Killer 1. Introduction In the past chili because of its taste but it is later on found out that chili was a good mosquito killer because of its pesticidal property while kamias was also used as spice but...

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  • Chili and Kamias

    Abstract: Chili (Capsicum frutescens) is commonly used as a food spice because of its hot and spicy taste. It was later discovered that chili has pesticide property that can be used to kill mosquitoes. Kamias (Hedychium cornarium) which is also used as food spice was also discovered to have properties...

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  • The feasibility of kamias and chili as mosquito killer

    The Feasibility of Chili (Capsicum frutescens) and Kamias(Hedychium coronarium) as Mosquito Killer Background of the Study: This study is done by the researcher to give importance to the chili and kamias fruit. Not just in food, butthe researcher wanted to produce a mosquito killer out of them...

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  • The Feasibility of Chili Capsicum Frutescens and Kamias Hedychium Coronarium as Mosquito Killer Essays and Term Papers

    Mrs. Maricor Haloot The Feasibility of Chili (Capsicum Frutescens) and Kamias (Hedychium Coronarium) as Mosquito Killer Background of the study: This study is done by the researcher to give importance to the chili and kamias fruit. Not just in food, but the researcher...

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  • Chili and Kamias as Moquito Repellant

    education Region 1 Division City of Schools DAGUPAN CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Dagupan city The Feasibility of Chili (Capsicum frutescens) and Kamias (Hedychium coronarium) as Mosquito Killer An Investigatory Project presented to the faculty of the Dagupan City National High School of Education...

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  • Secret

    I. Title The Feasibility of Chili and Kamias as Mosquito Killer II. Rationale The title has been selected for the study because mosquito bites are common here in the Philippines and it’s the cause of dengue. A total of 54,659 dengue cases were reported nationwide from January 1 to August 14, 2010...

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  • Investigatory Project

    the Capsicum frutescens and Kamias or the Averrhoa bilimbi, these were used not just for food because of their taste as spices but this can also be used to make a cockroach killer. Also because this can be compete with the usual or the commercially endorsed mosquito killer. Also to lessen the number of...

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  • Kamias and Chili

    importance to the chili and kamias fruit. Not just in food, but the researcher wanted to produce a mosquito killer out of them. For all we know that chili has been tested and proven to be the one good ingredient in mosquito killer making and what if it is added by the acidic property of kamias fruit? The researcher...

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  • Research Papers

    "thE fEasibiLity of mAngo (Magnifera indica) LeavEs aS An inseCticiDe" ABSTRACT This study aimed to produced an insecticide from mango leaves using the decoction method. To get the extract of mango leaves, this will be pounded using the mortar and pestle and were boiled in water for its preservation...

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  • Maryannreyteran

    KAMIAS AS BEVEARAGE DRINK HOW TO MAKE KAMIAS WINE? MATERIALS: 80 pcs. Of Kamias Caserole Salt 3 tbsp. sugar 1 tbsp. yeast 1 Cotainer Straw Streamer Cotton Cotton cloth 1 or 2 bottle PROCEDURE: 1. Prepared the 80 pcs. Kamias aqnd remove the upper and lower part . 2. After removing...

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  • Research

    Years of Clarian Legacy: Quality Catholic Education Research I I. The effectiveness of Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera) as a soap… II. The Feasibility of Paper to become Furniture… III. The capability of Talahib (Saccharum spotaneum) to become a rope… \ The Effectiveness of Malunggay (Moringa...

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  • The Feasibility Study of Chili to Kill Mosquito

    Introduction: In the past chili because of its taste but it is later on found out that chili was a good mosquito killer because of its pesticidal property while kamias was also used as spice but it was discovered that it has properties such as astringent, stomachic, refrigerant and antiscorbutic. Other...

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  • The Feasibility of Chili (Capsicum Frutescens) and Kamias (Hedychium Coronarium) as Mosquito Killer

    importance to the chili and kamias fruit. Not just in food, but the researcher wanted to produce a mosquito killer out of them. For all we know that chili has been tested and proven to be the one good ingredient in mosquito killer making and what if it is added by the acidic property of kamias fruit? The researcher...

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  • Feasibility of Chili and Kamias Mosquito Repellant

     Chapter 1: Introduction Mosquitos are common flying insects that are found around the world. There are about 2,700 species of mosquitoes. Female mosquitoes are usually larger than males. Females drink blood and the nectar of plants while the males only sip nectar of plants. When female mosquitoes...

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  • The Feasibility of Chili (Capsicum Frutescens) and Kamias (Hedychium Coronarium) Mosquito Repellent

    Introduction In our world, the taste of the chili was not famous to some people because it is spicy, hot, and very less aroma when eaten but because of its taste it is later on found out that chili was a good mosquito killer because of its pesticidal property while kamias was also used as spice but it was discovered...

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  • reseach

    INTRODUCTION In our world, the taste of the chili was not famous to some people because it is spicy, hot, and very less aroma when eaten but because of its taste it is later on found out that chili was a good mosquito killer because of its pesticidal property while kamias was also used as spice but it was discovered...

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  • Investigatory Project

    Chili and Kamias as Mosquito Killer Abstract: Review of related literature: In the past chili was used only as spices because of its taste. Later on, it was discovered as a good mosquito killer because of its pesticidal property. While kamias (ginger lily) was also used in food spices before...

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  • Biotech

    Chili(Capsicum frutescens) and Carambola as Mosquito Killer Review of Related Literatures Chili peppers have been a part of the human diet in the Americas since at least 7500 BC. There is archaeological evidence at sites located in southwestern Ecuador that chili peppers were domesticated more than...

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  • Hehe

    Effectivity of Chili and Kamias in times of Dengue (Draft) Submitted by: Origenes, Patricia May V. Erejer, Mary Joy E. Flores, Meriam V. Sadagnot, Janet IV-Narra Submitted to: Mrs. Rowena Cumal What is Dengue? Dengue is transmitted by several species of mosquito within the genus...

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