Coffee from Ampalaya Seeds

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COFFEE FROM AMPALAYA SEEDS
(Momordica Charantia)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
A. Background Of The Study 3
B. Statement Of The Problem And Objectives Of The Study 4
C. Significance Of The Study 6
D. Scope And Limitations 6
E. Operational Definition Of Terms 7 Chapter II 8 Review Of Related Literature 8 Chapter III 11 Methodology 11
A. Research Design 11
B. Type Of Study 12
C. Independent And Dependent Variable 12
D. Treatments Of The Study 13
E. Subjects / Samples 13
F. Replications Per Treatment 14
G. Methodology Proper 14
H. Statistical Treatment For Data Analysis 17 Chapter IV 18 Results And Discussions 18 Chapter V 30 Summary, Conclusion And Recommendations 30 Appendix 32
Appendix A 32
Appendix B 34 BIBLIOGRAPHY 36 References 36
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It also contains polypeptide-P;a plant insulin that helps diabetic patients.

D. Scope And Limitations

This research will be conducted on July–August 2012 at Paraiso Cmpd. Baybay City, Leyte. This study focuses on how to make Ampalaya (Momordica charantia) seeds into coffee. The whole fruit is not included in making the product, only the seeds are used to make coffee. The researchers are not focusing on the nutrient values that they can get in the Ampalaya (Momordica charantia) seeds nor will they include it in their research. Instead, the researchers are focusing in making coffee out of Ampalaya (Momordica charantia) seeds and in the sensory qualities (taste, color, and odor) of Ampalaya (Momordica charantia) coffeein comparison to the commercial coffee.

E. Operational Definition Of Terms

* Momordica charantia * scientific name of the Ampalaya or Bitter Melon * polypeptide-P * a plant insulin found only in the Ampalaya * potentiate insulin * is an alternative cancer treatment using insulin to administer low-dose chemotherapy or mandelonitrite * caffeine * is a bitter, white crystalline xanthine alkaloid that acts as a stimulant drug and a reversible acetylcholihesterase inhibitor * is found in varying quantities in the seeds, leaves, and fruits of some
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