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  • guava and avocado soap IP

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    Juan G Macaraeg National High School Binalonan, Pangasinan The Potential of Avocado Fruit ( Persea Gratissima ) to Moisturize Skin and Guava Leaves (Psidium guajava linn ) as Anti-bacterial Soap Gwyneth M. Calica Vic Allen Leonel de Castro Michelangelo L. Lemon (Researchers) Mrs. Evelyn Casem Mrs. Gloria C. Nemedez (Research Teacher’s) 2014 - 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT…………………………………………………………………….....i ABSTRACT……………………………………………………………………………………..ii CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION Background

  • Benefits Of Using Guava Leaves

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    Psidium guajava: THE BENEFITS OF USING GUAVA LEAVES Psidium guajava: The Benefits of Using Guava Leaves Jose Mari P. Montano BIOL-8460-2016 Dr. Robert Ballard July 28, 2016 Psidium guajava: THE BENEFITS OF USING GUAVA LEAVES Psidium guajava: The Benefits of Using Guava Leaves Herbal medicine has always been a part of the different cultures of the world. According to Woodham et al. (2000), herbs has played a very important part in the field of medicine for thousands of years. Looking

  • The Effects Of Guava And Olive Leaf Extracts On Doxorubicin Induced Toxicity

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    Cardio- Nephroprotective Effects of Guava and Olive Leaf Extracts on Doxorubicin-Induced Toxicity in Rats Abstract Objective: Doxorubicin (DOX) is an anticancer drug that is known to increase oxidative stress in several organs. Our objective was to evaluate the possible cardioprotective and nephroprotective effects of guava leaf extract (GLE) and olive leaf extract (OLE) on DOX-induced toxicity in rats. Methods: Forty adult male albino rats were randomly divided into 4 groups of 10 rats each, as

  • The Effects Of Guava And Olive Leaf Extracts On Doxorubicin Induced Toxicity

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    Cardio- Nephroprotective Effects of Guava and Olive Leaf Extracts on Doxorubicin-Induced Toxicity in Rats Abstract Objective: Doxorubicin (DOX) is an anticancer drug that is known to increase oxidative stress in several organs. Our objective was to evaluate the possible cardioprotective and nephroprotective effects of guava leaf extract (GLE) and olive leaf extract (OLE) on DOX-induced toxicity in rats. Methods: Forty adult male albino rats were randomly divided into 4 groups of 10 rats each, as

  • The Causal Fungus Of Guava Scabby In El Beheira Governorate

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    Characterization and Control of Pestalotiopsis sp the Causal Fungus of Guava Scabby Canker in EL-Beheira Governorate, Egypt. ABSTRACT During 2013-2014 growing seasons, forty three isolates of Pestalotiopsis spp were recovered from guava leaves and fruits showed scab symptoms from different regions in EL-Beheira governorate. Five Pestalotiopsis species were recognized according to the morphological characteristics of fungal colony (Colony color, Size and number of acervulii) and conidia (Length, Width

  • Theme Of Hullabaloo In The Guava Orchard

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    NOVEL THE HULLABALOO IN THE GUAVA ORCHARD T.V.N Swathi Research Scholar Department of English Acharya Nagarjuna University Guntur swathitvn@gmail.com Winner of the Booker prize 2006, Kiran Desai was born in India in 1971. Daughter of an eminent Indian English author Anita Desai, she has carved out a name for herself as a novelist by writing just two novels, Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard and The Inheritance

  • Ghana Must Go Analysis

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    Literature Respond Essay (Option A) “We Need New Names” by Noviolet Bulawayo, is a story considered to be full of despair and of the African continent. The main idea that leaves the audience wondering is the change of situation and the cost of escape. “In Ghana Must Go” by Taiye Selasi, the characters come together to give a story of their experiences as a family. Both of these stories have similarities due to their settings in the African Diaspora. The African Diaspora setting gives the two stories

  • The Intervention Agent of Study Is Guava-Juice and Mung Beans

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    The intervention agent of the study is guava-juice. The fruit itself contains up to 300 mg vitamin C of 100g edible portion (Tun et al., 2007). Although one may think that quite a lot vitamin C gets lost during processing techniques such as juice-making, it was shown that 100 ml of guava-juice still contains 76.2 mg of vitamin C. Therefore it was decided to use guava juice since it is easier to standardize. Even if the juice needs to be stored up to 8 days there is only a slight decrease of 1.2%

  • Effectiveness Of Gooseberry Juice With Honey And Guava Juice Case Study

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    gooseberry juice with honey and guava juice with honey on the level of haemoglobin among iron deficiency anaemic adolescent girls studying in selected schools using physiological and clinical procedures. 2.2 Aim The aim of the present study is to compare the effectiveness of gooseberry juice with honey and guava juice with honey on the level of haemoglobin among iron deficiency anaemic adolescent girls. 2.3 Objectives 1. Effectiveness of gooseberry juice with honey and guava juice with honey compare

  • An Essay About Invasive Species

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    bigger problem because it starts to get expensive to maintain and control. One invasive species is a strawberry guava or psidium cattleianum is an invasive species in Hawaii. The strawberry guava is a small shrub or tree that can grow to be 3-15 feet tall. The tree has a smooth trunk with shiny egg-shaped leaves that are about 2-4 inches in length and 1-2 inches wide. The strawberry guava

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