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Genotoxicity study of the fresh mature leaves of mangrove apple, Sonneratia alba Linne.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13090411260296
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This study dealt with the genotoxicity activity of the extracts of the fresh mature leaves of mangrove apple. The method used for extraction was maceration with ethanol. The test solutions used were 75mg/15mL, 150mg/15mL, 225mg/mL, 375mg/mL, 750mg/mL and 1500mg/mL. Root growth test was used to deter . . .
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University of San Carlos - JB LRC, Science and Technology Section
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Local viscoelasiticity of living mammalian cells

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13071011202763
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The ability of cells to deform or resist deformation affects several important factors of cell function. Most studies infer the elastic modulus of a living cells from the simultaneous measurements of forces and deformations exerted on the cell, based on Hertz model. However, the force-distance curve . . .
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Antimutagenic activity of the leaf extract of cebu cinnamon cinnamomum cebuense (kostermans, 1986)

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13071812115521
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This study dealt with the determination of the antimutagenic activity of the most bioactive test solution of Cinnamomum cebuense (Cebu cinnamon). The most bioactive test solution was determined through the brine shrimp lethality assay. The test solution prepared from the crude extract stock solution . . .
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University of San Carlos - JB LRC, Science and Technology
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Anti-edema effect of the polar extract obtained from the leaves of siam weed chromolaena odorata linne 1971

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13071810595143
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The researchers aimed to study the anti-edema effect of the polar extract from the leaves of Siam weed Chromolaena odorata using Carrageenan Induced-foot Edema Method. The extraction method employed the use of soxhlet apparatus and solvent partitioning technique. Three trials were performed with thr . . .
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University of San Carlos - JB LRC, Science and Technology Section
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A structured psycho-emotional rehabilitative program for breast cancer survivors of Cebu Can Fight

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13030814573426
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Johanna Marie M. Daquil
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The breast is the most prominent characteristic of the female anatomy. It represents womanhood, femininity, nurturance, and motherhood. Since the breast is an icon of many things, it can be a difficult time for a woman who underwent breast surgery. Losing one or both breasts through mastectomy ca . . .
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USC JB LRC (Filipiniana Section)
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Ovicidal and Larvicidal Effects of Goldtree, Tabebuia donnel-smithii Rose, 1982 (Schropholariales: Bignoniaceae) Extracts on Diamnond BAck Moth, Plutella xylostella Linnaeus, 1758 (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae)

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13030515333436
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Insecticidal properties of fractioned extracts of Tabebuia donel-smithii flowers, leaves, barks and roots against Plutella xylostella eggs and larvae were investigated in the laboratory. The study aimed to determine the most effective concentration and the most active extract; evaluate the effects . . .
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Effects of varying copper concentrations on photosynthesis of Gracilaria Salicornia Agardh (Gracilariaceae) and Padina Santae-Crusis Borgesen (Dictyotaceae)

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13070611554568
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The relative effects of copper (Cu²?) exposure on the photosynthesis-irradiance parameters (Ik, Pmax, ?, R) and the mean daily growth rate of the red alga Gracilaria salicornia and brown alga Padina santae-crusis were investigated through series of comparative experiments. The photosynthesis effeci . . .
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Phytochemical screening of marsh pennywort, hydrocotyle vulgaris linne 1753 leaf crude extract (order apiales; family umbelliferae)

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13030516062293
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Hydrocotyle vulgaris commonly known as marsh pennywort is a creeping mat-forming plant of wet areas such as fens and bogs. It has been introduced in the Philippines and propagated by seeds, cutting of mature stems of by layering. H. vulgaris has been known as a plant with medicinal attributes. Se . . .
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Characterization of saccharopolyspora sp. (SPE 10-1), a novel sponge - associated actinomycete with an antibacterial potential

HERDIN Record No.
R07-USC-13020620531190
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SPE 10-1 is a microbial isolate from a brown colored sponge Haliclona sp. Order Haplosclerida Family Chalinidae. Through phylogenetic analysis, the actinomycete was identified as Saccharopolyspora sp. It only had 93% homology known sequences of the group, suggesting it to possibly form a new speci . . .
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University of San Carlos (JBLRC) Filipiniana Section
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