Free Essays on Science Investigatory Projecteffects Of Makahiya Mimosa Pudica Leaves Extract In Homeopathic Treatment Of Syrian Hamsters Mesocricetus Auratus With Hyperglycemia

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

    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:...

  2. Mimosa Pudica (Makahiya) root extract against rice pest

    Mimosa pudica (makahiya) ROOT EXTRACT AGAINST RICE PEST Trisha Denise G. Enriquez Shaira Franciene C. Enot Andrea Lois P. Degamo Joco Bryan T. Baylon Lyka J. Alas Timothy Dave Reynce B. Hiso Chryss Emans G. Milanes Proponents (VII-Galileo) REGIONAL SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL FOR REGION IX ...

  3. Comparative Analysis of Hypoglycemic Activity of Camias (Averrhoa Bilimbi L.), Guava (Psidium Guajava L.) and Macopa (Syzygium Samarangense) Leaf Extracts in Glucose-Treated Rats (Rattus Norvegicus)

    Diabetes is a lifelong disease in which the level of glucose in the blood is abnormally high. Connected to this is a condition called hyperglycemia. Hyperglycemia is the technical term for high blood glucose (sugar). High blood glucose occurs when the body can’t produce sufficient amount of insulin...

  4. Malunggay & Makahiya Extract for S.I.P.

    Category Makahiya and Malunggay Leaves as Effective Wound HealersCluster A:Guihulngan National High School-Poblacion, Guihulngan City, Negros Oriental | The researchers...

  5. The Feasibility Of Makahiya Edited

     “The Feasibility of Makahiya (Mimosa Pudica) plant as an Alternative Larvicide for Mosquito larvae” Chapter 1 Introduction Dengue is the most common arthropod-borne viral (arboviral) illness. It is transmitted by the mosquitoes of the genus Aedes which are widely distributed in tropical or sub-tropical...

  6. Science Innovation and Its Impact on Life

    a doubt that scientific innovation, and even science as a whole, has drastically changed the way we as a species live and interact with the universe. Sometimes however, science can change society in a negative way rather than a positive way. Some science goes against human morality and human values,...

  7. English Literature

    wound healing by influencing these reparative processes or by limiting the damaging effects of inflammation. Product ratings for wound healing Science Ratings | Nutritional Supplements | Herbs | | BromelainVitamin B-complexVitamin CZinc (oral and topical) |   | | Chondroitin sulfate (topical)CopperHyaluronic...

  8. Acidity of Tea Leaves

     Acidity Of Different Types of Tea Leaves A chemical study    Introduction The story of tea begun according to legend of the early emperor named Shen Nung who was a skilful ruler, imaginative scientist, and patron of the arts, 5 000 years ago in ancient china. For him...

  9. Mimosa Pudica

    Mimosa Pudica ( Makahiya ) as a Vicks Vapor Rub Camille H. Villaflores IV - Diamond Chapter I Introduction A . Background of the Study The uses of traditional medicinal plants in relieving symptoms of disease and curing various infections date back...

  10. guava extract soap

    Transcript of Investigatory Project =) V. Significance In finding a cure for the said problem, we conducted a research and we found out that there are natural compounds that can contribute in treating these kinds of problem. Natural compounds that are used for making soap are more appropriate than...

  11. Kaymito Leaves Decoction as Antiseptic Mouthwash ”

    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...

  12. Ancient India and Medical Science

    Ancient India saw great advancements in medical science. Some of these fields were dental surgery, cataract extraction and plastic surgery. It is amazing that even in the absence of anesthesia some of the complex operations are performed. Around 800 B.C the first instances of surgery were recorded. It...

  13. The Hypoglycemic Effect of Sweetsop Leaves to Diabetic Induced Albino Rats

    “The Hypoglycemic Effect of Sweetsop Leaves to Diabetic Induced Albino Rats” In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Biology By: Caampued, Reggie A. Fernandez, Smilla Len V. Magpantay, Aira May B. Sanchez, Sean Marionne B. Tandog, Elijah Tenedero , Lester Paul S. Researchers ...

  14. Investigatory Project

    TALISAY (TERMINALIA CATAPPA) SEEDS AS AN ALTERNATIVE SOURCE OF THIRD CLASS BREAD FLOUR A research study presented to the faculty of Mandaue City Science High School In partial fulfillment of the requirement in Research II Researchers: Edenamore Luz M. Abella Icha Shailene L. Ondo Arvin...

  15. Meh meh meh

    Department “INHIBITORY ACTIVITY OF Plumeria rubra (KALACHUCHI), Ipomea aquatic (KANGKONG), Mimosa pudica (MAKAHIYA), Euphorbia hirta (GATAS-GATAS), and Coleus aromaticus (OREGANO) PLANT EXTRACTS AGAINST Staphylococcus aureus COAGULASE PRODUCTION” Diloy, Frances Marie N. Montas, Hanah A...

  16. Chapter II Mike

    fungal pathogen of terrestrial arthropods, kills the aquatic larvae ofAedes aegypti, the vector of dengue and yellow fever. According to the College of Science (2013 p1) noted that “when larvae of Culex quinquefasciatus broke the water tension with their perispiracular valves for air intake, floating conidia...

  17. Guave Leaves Extract Soap for Wounds

    an “Investigatory Project” SHAILA P. MELCHOR JIVEA NICOLE A. ANIMOS Researchers IVY AZORES - ANIMOS Adviser Acknowledgement The researchers wishes to extend their sincere and most profound gratitude to the following people, who in one way or another helped inspired...

  18. Science Investigatory Project

    and were distributed to a cage with a dimension of (33 x 57). The cage was further subdivided into two cages for the different treatments with two birds per cage. Fresh leaves of Aloe Vera were then extracted, 5ml per liter of water. Feeding troughs and waters were also provided for each cage. The set...

  19. Treatment of Diabetes with Natural Therapeutics

    TREATMENT OF DIABETES WITH NATURAL THERAPEUTICS Introduction: Diabetes is a chronic disease characterized by elevated blood glucose levels and disturbances in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. These metabolic abnormalities result in part from a deficiency of the blood sugar-lowering hormone...

  20. Mimosa Tenuiflora

    Mimosa Tenuiflora Mimosa Tenuiflora, or Mimosa Hostilis, is the scientific name of a plant more commonly known as the Mimosa tree or shrub. The mimosa plant is a fern like perennial that can grow up to eight meters tall given optimal growth conditions. The mimosa leaves are attached with a petiolate...

  21. Bad Science

    BAD SCIENCE • Many animal models of disease are induced and cannot be compared to the human disease. For example, although genetic and toxin-mediated animal models are now widely used to model Parkinson's disease, the British anti-vivisection interest group BUAV argues that these models only...

  22. Molluscicidal Effects

    TOPIC PROPOSAL NO. 1 Proposed Title: MOLLUSCICIDAL EFFECTS OF SAMBONG (BLUMEA BALSAMIFERA, SAN FRANCISCO (CODIAEUMVARIEGATUMAND, AND MAKAHIYA (MIMOSA PUDICA)ON FRESH WATER SNAIL: A BASIS FOR LABORATORY ACTIVITY DEVELOPMENT Rationale Schistosomiasis is one of the most important and rapidly spreading...

  23. Applied Kinesiology Overview

    can be a troublesome combination when seeking medical care. If one only knew how many different medical treatments are out there that don’t work, we would think twice before seeking medical treatment. This is the case with applied Kinesiology also known as AK. Applied kinesiology is, according to its believers...

  24. Hamsters

    Oregon) In general, hamsters (especially those in the wild) are robust little animals and aren't affected by many natural diseases. But, they are very susceptible to the infectious diseases of other animals, including humans. Many of the problems and ailments now associated with hamsters are a direct result...

  25. Antifungal Effect Of Pineapple Skin Extract To Saccharomyces cereviciae

    (Ananascomosus) SKIN EXTRACT TO Saccharomyces cerevisicae De Castro, Zaira May S. Diolata, Raylene Audrey A. Ilustre, Aila Marie D. Makahiya, John Mark F. Quirao, Hazel Anne C. Silapan, Ma. Angelika A. Submitted To the Faculty ofCalamba City Science High School in Partial ...

  26. Hamsters and Guinea Pigs Comparison

    Hamster and guinea pigs ESSAY: Hamsters and guinea pigs are two completely different animals. The most obvious difference is that hamsters are very small; they can fit in the palm of your hand. Guinea pigs are much larger, generally weighs around 3 pounds or so when fully grown. Hamsters are...

  27. Tuberculosis 9

    the grounds of the sanatorium. Tired and depleted from TB, he began eating the onions, enjoying several a day. Within a month he was well enough to leave the institution. Now there's a story to delight and intrigue a plant medicine enthusiast. It turns out that onions really do have antibacterial properties...

  28. Homeopathy

    Homeopathy: “simila similibus curentur What is homeopathy? It is a branch of science meant to promote healing. It is a method of individualizing small doses of medicines in order to initiate a healing response (Ullman1). This treatment is seen as a dangerous fake medical practice but in reality is safe. Sometimes...

  29. Overview of Multi-Drug Resistant Bacterial Strains

    emergence of multi-drug resistant bacterial strains throughout the country limits the effectiveness of currently used drugs and significantly limits treatment, leading to prolonged infections. Thus, the search for newer sources of antibiotics is a national challenge for preoccupied research institutions...

  30. Herbs as Primary Medicine

    enlightened approach to personal well-being. Plants Can Be Dangerous Too Plants can also pose a danger to human health. Drink a tea made from oleander leaves or chew a mouthful of foxglove and and you'll be dead in a hurry. On the other hand, if you use any of the thousands of healthful herbs that have been...