1. Source: http://www.stuartxchange.com/Kamote.html
Philippine Medicinal Plants
Kamote (Ipomea Batatas)
- is introduced by the Spaniards from Mexico in the early colonial period. It is an antioxidant, antimutagenic, antibacterial, and antidiabetic warm season crop that is extensively cultivated in the Philippines. It can be planted any time of the year and is easily propagated from stem cuttings. Kamote has a higher nutritional value than the common potato. It is a good source of vitamins A, B and C, iron, calcium and phosphorus.It is also high in complex carbohydrates and dietary fiber; deficient in protein.
2. Source: http://www.sharpie.com
In the said site, phosphorence is also mixed with the highlighter ink for making it glow. This phosphorence is also used in the glowing bracelets that are usually seen in concerts for source of some light.
3. Source: gonzaga_mendoza manuscript (MS Word)
This source is a document containing an example of a research paper. The research topic is about the use of seed of achiote fruit as an alternative to the commercially manufactured highlighter ink. It also contains all the parts of a research proposal such as the hypothesis, significance of the study, review of related literature & studies, methodology, and a flow chart.
4. Source: http://www.chemicool.com/elements/phosphorus.html
This site tells about the discovery of phosphorus. Hennig Brand discovered phosphorus in 1669. He state that urine naturally contains considerable quantities of dissolved phosphates. He called the substance "cold fire" because it was luminous, glowing in the dark. He sold his method to Johann Daniel Kraft ang Kunckel von Lowenstern and for further payment, he also revealed it to Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. From this site, it stated that the name comes from the Greek word "phosphoros" meaning bringer of light.
5. Source: http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxfaqs/tf.asp?id=147&tid=27
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