that were used in the Stone Age. Most of the stones resemble the Oldowan tools that were found in Lokalalei in Kenya; some other also resemble the Hand axe found in Bose in China. In display were other wooden domestic equipment such as wooden pestle and mortar, a spade and a spear. Pottery was not left out of the exhibition as there were several pots, weaving was represented by the skin thread and a hat. Finally, necklaces and other valuable ornaments were in this part of the museum too. 3) Lifeway
Banana (Musa acuminata) Peel Juice Drink Tonirose Garcia Charisse Mae Talandron Kylle Annriel Dungog Mary Minette Salundaguit Jaspier Villarubia Matt Allen Aliazon Bernadette Sacedon Joshua Ravanta Researchers Ms. Glesby Camangyan Adviser MARCH 2013 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First and foremost, we would like to give our thanks and praises unto the Lord for giving us the life, enough knowledge and understanding enable us to complete this project, without him everything
THE FEASIBILITY OF DRIED TOBACCO LEAVES AS A PESTICIDE AGAINST COCKROACHESChapter I Abstract Tobacco plants nowadays are very much needed and demanded by most of our dear consumers especially farmer and now that we are facing an intense economic crisis, and with that mere situation, the primary necessities which are very much needed by man in order for him to survive his daily living are now of higher prices compared to the last couple of years and that includes the demanding need and use of the
The coverage of this investigatory project spans from investigating the possible solutions to oil problems, availability of materials, time that will be consumed while making the project and the actual creation of the product. The scope of my investigation is from how to extract the oil from the seeds of the Jackfruit up to how safe the product is, which took me seven (7) days to finish. Doing this project alone made it
Acetic acid solution Ammonium hydroxide solution Ammonium chloride solution Sodium acetate solution Sodium carbonate solution Glass stirring rod Well plate Mortar and pestle Erlenmeyer flask Weighing pan Procedure: Vitamin C Titration 1. Set aside a waste beaker. 2. Acquire a vitamin C tablet and record its mass. 3. Use a mortar and pestle to crush the tablet. 4. Re-record the mass of the powder 5. Transfer the powder to an Erlenmeyer flask 6. Add 75mL of DI water to the flask 7. Add three drops
‘Chances are there are foods you love now that you hated as a kid.’ (Rose, 2012). I remembered years ago when my mother first introduced me to Nasi Kerabu and I looked at her in disbelief and asked, “Ma, are you sure this bright blue colored food is edible?” Nonetheless, who would have thought that it will be one of my favorite foods now? Simply the smell from the combination of fresh herbs, spicy coconut gravy, coconut flake fish, fish crackers and grilled chicken is enough to make me salivate
Experiment Three Report Riboflavin Fluorescence Spectra Name: Holly Experimental Section: Include all details on preparation of standard solutions. Also include the vitamin tablet brand name; the listed mass of vitamin B2 per tablet; procedure used for extraction of the tablet and dilutions performed. The experiment began by determining the best wavelength at which to excite the riboflavin molecule, by examining the graph given in the laboratory manual. Because plastic cells that absorb
Acknowledgement: This desertion would not have been possible without the guidance and help of several individuals who in one way or another contributed and extended their valuable assistance in the preparation and completion of this study. First of all, we would like to thanks Mrs. Mary Grace Ababat for letting us be given the chance to find another useful product and have us think thoroughly through the pros and cons, ins and outs, and its and buts of this proposed investigation.
result of inadequately removing all of the ground powder from the mortar and pestle. This caused the original mass of the supplement to be less than what was expected, hence the smaller final amount. There was a small difference in the procedures between the two trials of vacuum filtration. During the second trial, more care and attention was given to make sure that the entire calcium supplement was transferred from the mortar and pestle to the 250 mL Erlenmeyer flask. Because more care was given, the
worked with tools or with their hands to be a person of lowly status. The Romans only showed appreciation for technologies that could hold some benefit for the upper-class. The upper-class Romans thought that craftsmen, people who made a living out of making tools, was hardly an occupation that deserved any respect. The Hans appreciated the use of tools in their labor and how it could help the people. The Hans showed a great appreciation of their technological advancements, and its effect on society.