Wound Healing Activity of Fire Tree (Delonix regia) Leaf Extract in Albino Mice"

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SCIENCE INVESTIGATORY PROJECTS FROM MUNTINLUPA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL :) 2012 DepEd Regional Science Fair Winners from Muntinlupa National High School

Science Investigatory Project Competition

SIP Title: "Wound Healing Activity of Fire Tree (Delonix regia) Leaf Extract in Albino Mice"  Researcher: Ian Oliver Moscardo
Co-researchers: Berroya Bradly Jay; Corral, Nathaniel D.; Gerardo, Nicholi C.; Rances, Jason P. Research Adviser: Mrs. Ma. Regaele A. Olarte
***4th  PLACE***
Cluster 2 Life Science - Individual Category

SIP Title: "The Exterminating Effect of Cane  Toad  (Bufo marinus)  Crude  Extract  Against Rice Black Bug (Scotinaphara coartata)"
Researchers: Aldin Bermejo, Rona Peneyra, Samboy Montante Co-researchers: Baldonaza, Venus Angeline C.; De Viterbo, Shanelli M. Research Adviser: Mrs. Ma. Regaele A. Olarte
***1st  PLACE***
Cluster 2 Life Science - Team Category

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Mark Lorenz Valdez (R.I.P. 2012)

Muntinlupa National High School's
"RESEARCHER OF THE YEAR 2009"
Project:
Talahib (Saccharum spontaneum) as an Effective Main Component of Biodegradable Plastic  ( 4th Place REGIONAL DepEd-Intel Science Fair, S.Y. 2009-2010)

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Multi-Colored Fabric Dye From Talisay (Terminalia catappa) Leaves Extract Pauline Mariz Manuel
Marjorie Marmeto
Jiezel Ann Sescar
Mrs. Ma. Regaele Olarte (Research Adviser)
Statement of the Problem      
The researchers aimed to determine if the Talisay (Terminalia catappa) leaves extract could be developed as a multi-colored fabric dye.       Specifically, the study sought to answer the following questions: 1.      Can Talisay (Terminalia catappa) leaves extract be developed as a multi-colored dye? 2.      Is there a significant difference between the experimental and control set-ups in terms of: a.  Reaction to acid

b.  Reaction to base
c.  pH level
d.  Color fastness

Table 1
Frequency Distribution of Yielded Results
in terms of Color

DYE
FREQUENCY
PERCENTAGE (%)
Violet
97
93
Yellow
7
7
Brown
3
3
TOTAL
100
100

 Table 2

Comparison of Mean and T-test Result for 
Talisay and Commercial Fabric Dye

TALISAY LEAVES
COMMERCIAL DYE
VARIANCE
COLOR
FREQUENCY
COLOR
FREQUENCY

Violet
90
Violet
88
2%
Yellow
7
Yellow
10
3%
Brown
3
Brown
2
1%
TOTAL
100

100

  
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Akapulko (Cassia alata L.) Seeds as Purgative Extender for Pulvoron

Akapulvoron: A Sensory Analysis
Akapulko (Cassia alata L.) Seeds as Purgative Extender for Pulvoron Karl Ericson Landrito
Rochelle Gel Asilo
Ludy Anne Castrence
Maegan Morales
Keith Louise R. Salazar
Research Adviser:
Mrs. Ma. Regaele A. Olarte
A.   Background of the Study
          Children during their early stage of learning are curious on how things around them work. They always want to play outdoor games such as tumbang preso, patintero, piko, jolens, pogs, and many other games with their playmates. These games require touching and a lot of barefoot running. Children do not tend to know that running barefooted will cause the formation of ascaris and other parasitic worms that might infect their intestines. Malnutrition surrounds our country today; a lot of people, most especially the children, were the victims of it. One of the most common causes of malnutrition of children is worm infestation.           Worm infestation can result if there happened to be a direct or indirect contact with the feces of an infected person. It can be dispersed when the feces of an infected organism are used as fertilizers in farmlands that are now converted into urban type of community. The kids that...

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Environmental Briquette from Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) with Acacia Seeds as Binding Agent
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