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
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…show more content…
Purgative medicines are cheap in cost but children dislike the taste because of its bitterness. The researchers came up with this project due to the desire of helping the parents of infected children in convincing their kids to take good-tasting purgative remedy that is cheaper in cost and can be done at home. The researchers found out that pounded and boiled akapulko seeds are used as an effective purgative agent. Akapulko is an herbal plant that can be used in curing skin, stomach, lung, and mouth problems, and is well known for its sudorific, diuretic and purgative characteristics. It can be ingested without having any side effect or contraindications. The researchers thought of pulvoron, being a healthy, delicious, and attractive treat for all. The akapulko seeds were consider as extender in place of the traditional rice crisps, nuts, or nougats in the pulvoron. Established that akapulvoron could be an effective and safe purgative treat, the researchers intended to conduct a sensory analysis of the product to determine if it would be generally accepted by the public.
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