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CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Conclusions

1. Both Selliguea taeniata leaf and Elaeagnus philippinensis leaf contain

flavonoids and they also both don’t contain alkaloids and

anthraquinones. While Elaeagnus philippinensis leaf has tannins that

Selliguea taeniata leaf does not have.

2. There is a significant difference between the different combinations of

Elaeagnus philippinensis and Elaeagnus philippinensis leaves and the

positive control, wherein treatment 5 is higher than treatment 6 and 7

which are positive controls and treatment 4 and 3 are higher than

treatment 6.

3. There is a significant difference between the different treatments,

wherein treatment 10, 9, and 8 are significantly different with each

other, but treatment 8 and 5 have the same effect; treatment 5 has

higher effect than treatments 11, 7, 6, 3, 2, 1, and has lower effect than

treatments 10, and 9. Treatment 4 has lower effect than treatments 10,

9, 8, and has higher effect than treatments 2, 1, 11, but has the same

effect as treatment 5; treatment 1 and 2 are not significantly different

than the treatment 11, which is the negative control.

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Recommendations

The researchers would like to recommend the following:

1. The phytochemical analysis/testing of Selliguea taeniata leaf and

Elaeagnus philippinensis leaf should be repeated since the constituents

tested on the leaves were not the same.

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