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The efficacy of Cymbopogon ciatrus extract on the Streptococcus mutans: Implication for preventive management on patient with gingivitis.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050709093429
Author(s)
Maureen V. Gabriel, Love Joie Merce G. Garcia, Rojemie R. Perez, Celeste Razon
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Background: The study aimed to determine the efficacy of lemon grass extract in reducing S. mutans on patient with gingivitis. Thus, the researchers made an experiment only one three (3) parts (roots, leaves and stem) of lemon grass extract to prove its effectiveness. Methods: The res . . .
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Toxicity effects of terpenoid compounds from Coleus aromaticus extracts against mosquito larvae.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050617114062
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Czerina Anicete, Rizzel Bardenas, Frederick Corbeza
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Diseases transmitted by mosquitoes such as dengue have a large potential for epidemic emergencies without intervention of effective vector control methods. This study is limited to the toxicity effects of terpenoid compounds from Coleus aromaticus extracts against mosquito larvae, conducted from the . . .
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The anti-microbial effect of bromelain from Ananas Comosus against Streptococcus spp..

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050616413260
Author(s)
Myra Charmane T. Arocena, Eva Marie V. Gustilo, Fernilyn E. Jacildo, Aura Luz C. Nebres, John Lord M. Ruanto, Erwin-Martin P. Cabusas
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Despite the many advances in the field of dentistry, dental caries is still a major problem. However, there is a rising trend in its prevention through the use of natural sources. One such source is the pineapple fruit, from which the enzyme bromelain can be utilized for various purposes. In this st . . .
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The Big Five: Personality trait predictors of career decision making among senior high school students.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050616100447
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Winsell Rainyell S. Bautista, Lorraine Kristel E. Cruz, Janine D. Dimaangay, Maria Marjorie O. Sandoval, John Michael C. Vicente, Oliver M. David
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Personality traits are among the main non-cognitive domains in the field of psychology that influence several outcomes linked with vocational behavior. Its impact on the individual's success in career and life is very evident. Ultimately, these influence the choices that individuals make about which . . .
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Presence of dental caries among patients of Our Lady of Fatima University Dental Wellness Center using general patient assessment form for the school year 2012-2013: A pilot study.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050615573726
Author(s)
Lord Marlon Yumul, Naiwen Xu
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Introduction:Dental caries is the most common oral diseases that Filipinos are currently facing nowadays. In the Philippines, oral disease continues to be a serious public health problem. This study aims to determine the existence of dental caries from the school year 2012-2013 (first semeste . . .
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Quality papers from Eichhornia crassipes (Water hyacinth) fibers with its suitable properties for paper bag industry.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050615500610
Author(s)
Christian A. Ferreras, Victor Ma. Antonio F. Fuentebella II, Gabriel Ray P. Gaanan
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Water Hyacinth has been a major problem in terms of river unclogging because it is one of the fastest growing plants known, water hyacinth reproduces primarily by way of runners or stolons, which eventually form daughter plants. It also produces large quantities of seeds, and these are viable up to . . .
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Effects of coconut oil on Streptococus mutans: An in vitro study.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050615020374
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Patricia Rebelle Joy T. Lacad, Melody M. Mara, Romeo Mark B. Selga III, Erwin-Martin P. Cabusas
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Dental Caries affects the majority of populations worldwide and it is considered epidemic. It is characterized by the destruction of the enamel and dentin. This eventually destroys the affected tooth itself and sometimes leading to odontogenic infections. The immediate cause is organic acid produce . . .
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Stress level and aggression level of school-aged children:The role of anxiety.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050614314436
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Roy Vincent Garcia, Jamie Ann Gavino, Mary Grace Mogul, Rochelle Ramirez, Rica Camille Santos, Geselle C. Manguiat
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Anxiety was one of the most studied phenomena among western researchers.The primary focus of the study was to determine the mediating effect of anxiety to the underlying link between stress and aggression, A mediation analysis research design were employed to understand a known relationship by explo . . .
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Correlates of upper extremity musculoskeletal disorder and disability among manual wheelchair users.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050611592282
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Harlyn Magsino, Carlo Anthony Lademora, Diana Rivera, Justine Vincent Ramos, Hernan C. Labao, Odette Justo
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Upper extremity musculoskeletal injuries are the most common disorders sustained by manual wheelchair users. The purpose of this study was to determine the correlation between upper extremity (UE) musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) location and duration and disability among manual wheelchair users. The . . .
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Evaluation of anti-genotoxicityof Brassica oleracea var. capitata (cabbage) leaf extract on Allium cepa root cells.

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-OLFU-14050611585781
Author(s)
Alexis Anne S. Baloro, Elayja G. Biol, Jezel L. Baligbis, Edward E. Japor, James Patrick C. Picar, Mark John R. Ravina, John Paul T. Ruivivar, Jeannie T. Limayo, Jose Jurel M. Nuevo
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Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli etc. have already been proven to be rich in glucosinolates, flavonoids and carotinoids - phytochemicals which were also proven through studies to be protective against genotoxic substances. Genotoxic substances, such as that of a pesticide, have carcinogenic e . . .
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