The Effect of Kakawate Leaves(Gliricidia Sepium), Pyhood Leaves(Albizia Procera) and Tiessa Fruits(Pouteria Campechiana) as Ripening Inducers to Banana(Musa Paradisiaca L.)”

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THE EFFECT OF KAKAWATE LEAVES(Gliricidia sepium), PYHOOD LEAVES(Albizia Procera) AND TIESSA FRUITS(Pouteria campechiana) AS RIPENING INDUCERS TO BANANA(Musa paradisiaca L.)”

A Research Paper
Presented to the
Faculty of Leon National High School
Special Science Class
Leon, Iloilo

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements
In Research IV

by:
Cantara, Janina Joie S.

March 2011
Table of Contents
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Chapter Page

1 INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Statement of the Problem Significance of the Study Definition of Terms Scope and Limitation of the Study Paradigm
2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Conceptual Literature Related Studies Local Studies Foreign Studies
3 METHODOLOGY Materials Procedure Data Gathering Procedure Research Design Statistical Tool

4 RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS

5 SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION APPENDICES

Acknowledgement
The researcher would like to express her heartfelt gratitude to every person who, in one way or another contributed and extended their valuable assistance in making this research possible; Mr. Alejandro and Mrs. Evelina Cantara, the researcher’s parents, for the valuable guidance and support, and for the untiring help, love and deep understanding; Mr. Rolito Caldito, for the unselfish and unfailing support in the conduct of the study; Dr. Loida Catalinio, research adviser, for her patience and steadfast encouragement all throughout the research process; Friends and classmates, for the support and encouragement and inspiration; and The Almighty God, for answering the researcher’s prayers, for giving her the strength and making her safe during the conduct of the study.

JANINA JOIE S. CANTARA

March 2011

Cantara, Janina Joie S. “THE EFFECT OF KAKAWATE LEAVES(Gliricidia sepium), PYHOOD LEAVES(Albizia Procera) AND TIESSA

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