THE SALICYLATES OBTAINED FROM THE BARK OF WEEPING WILLOW (Salix sepulcralis, Salicaceae) AS A STIMULANT
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
GLAIZALINE A. AGUSTIN
JOANNA MARIE S. BAUTISTA
WINNIE G. ERORITA
Mariano Marcos State University
College of Health Sciences
Department of Pharmacy
2906 City of Batac, Ilocos Norte
This thesis manuscript entitled THE SALICYLATES OBTAINED FROM THE BARK OF WEEPING WILLOW (Salix sepulcralis, Salicaceae) AS A STIMULANT prepared and submitted by Agustin, Glaizaline A., Bautista, Joanna Marie S., Erorita, Winnie G., in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, is hereby endorsed.
Imelda B. Corpuz, RPh, MS
Augustus Caesar C. Pati, RPh
Janelyn V. Rojas, RPh, MST Member
Artemio Seatriz, Ed.D.
Dexter A. Adriatico
Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy.
Aileen O. Camangeg, RPh, MA, MS
Lailani S. Galutira, RN, MHPEd Chairman, Dept. of Pharmacy
Dean, College of Health Sciences
Amidst all the challenges that appeared over the horizon which brought unclear visions of tomorrow, some people were considerate enough to become the researchers’ lanterns in the uncertain path. They are the people who believed in their unique capabilities, trusted their strengths and helped mold themselves in order to fill their visible weaknesses. Thus, they would like to extend the greatest appreciation to all the people who contributed in the completion of this manuscript:
To their dearest families and friends for their outmost support which served as their greatest foundation of inspiration and determination;
To Ms. Imelda B. Corpuz and Ms. Janelyn V. Rojas, Thesis adviser and committee member, for the patience, understanding, pieces of advices, and encouragements which initiated the to work as hard as possible the for completion of this manuscript;
To the faculty and staff of the Department of Pharmacy for the unending support and guiding hands in completing certain tasks;
To Mr. Dexter A. Adriatico, English Critic, for dedicating his expertise in editing and polishing the manuscript;
To Dr. Artemio Seatriz, statistician, for his expertise in analyzing and interpreting the gathered data;
To all the persons whose names were not mentioned, for all the hands lent; and
Above all to the Almighty God for His bestowed knowledge and wisdom for the realization of this challenging yet achievable work.
List of Tables
List of Figure
Background of the Study
Statement of the Problem
Significance of the Study
Scope and Limitations
Operational Definition of Terms
REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Data Gathering Procedure
Statistical Treatment of Data
PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Summary of Findings
Preparation of Reagents Used in the Confirmatory Test
Weight of the Test Animals and Dose Computation
Data on the Motor Coordination of the Swiss Mice
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