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Investigatory Project

Investigatory Project

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Insecticidal Property of Acacia Seeds and Bark AgainstTermites
Insecticidal Property of Acacia (Samanea saman) Seeds and Bark Against Termites (Coptotermes vastator). A study onthe insecticidal property of Acacia seeds and bark against termites was conducted to find out if these could be used againsttermites. The experiment was conducted at the laboratory of the Bureau of Soils in Lipa City and in Lumbang NationalHigh School from September to October 2005. The effort was initiated to enrich the laboratory activities in Chemistry andBiology for high school students.It especially attempted to answer the following questions:1.How can insecticides be prepared from Acacia seeds and bark?2.How effective is the Acacia insecticide in combating or killing termites (Coptotermes vastator);3.Are there significant differences in the effectiveness of the ethanolic Acacia extract and commercial insecticide(Solignum) in combating termites?4.What are the implications of the use of Acacia seeds as insecticide on the environment and human health?Ethanolic extracts were prepared from the seeds and bark of Acacia collected from areas surrounding Laurel farm inLumbang, Lipa City. These extracts were used as samples in the qualitative analysis and preliminary screening for insecticidal property against termites. The screening of the ethanolic extracts from Acacia seeds and bark revealed the presence of saponin, tannins, alkaloids, reducing agents glycosides, carbohydrates, which have the capacity to killtermites. The one-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was used in comparing the means of the effect of the ethanolicextracts against termites. Results were positive, showing the experimental sample to be comparable to Solignum.Banana seeds palm seeds, banana and agave seeds. 1000 species. Superior quality.www.rarepalmseeds.comGinger Extract5% gingerols Naturalin Bio-Resources Co., Ltdwww.naturalinbio.comArborjet Tree InjectionThe newest, fastest, and most effective tree injection technologyArborjet.com/treeAgribiotech & Seed MarketIncrease Farm Yeild thru Technology 12-13 Oct 2010 Jakarta, Indonesiawww.cmtevents.comused in comparing the means of the effect of the ethanolic extracts against termites. Results were positive, showing theexperimental sample to be comparable to Solignum.
 
Materials and MethodsResults and Discussion
Further clarification of the procedures and results should be directed to the researchers and adviser.
Researchers
 
P-Jay D. Latorre
Adviser
Ms. Beatriz R RubicoLumbang National High SchoolSource:DOST 
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Materials and MethodsResults and Discussion
Further clarification of the procedures and results should be directed to the researchers and adviser.
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