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Euphorbiaceae (Sweet Cassava) ROOTS AS A RODENTICIDE
Transcript of Euphorbiaceae (Sweet Cassava) ROOTS AS A RODENTICIDE
Statement of the problem
The researchers aim to discover the chemical components of Euphorbiaceae and its effectiveness as a rodenticide. The study will be conducted in order to generate or to answer the following questions:
1. Is there any chemical constituents present in Euphorbiaceae's roots that will act as a rodenticide?
2. Does the Euphorbiaceae's roots acts as a rodenticide?
3. Is it an effective rodenticide?
The following hypotheses are stated in null form:
1. There is no chemical constituent present in Euphorbiaceae's roots that can make a rodenticide.
2. It doesn't act as a rodenticide.
3. It is not an effective rodenticide.
Significance of the study
This study would benefit the community, residents and future researchers. It aims to reduce the amount of rats, especially in household.
Euphorbiaceae is an erect, smooth half woody or shrubby plant. It has two kinds, the sweet and the bitter one. Its root is harmless when fresh and becomes poisonous when stale.
The method of research will be used is Experimental Research. Experimental Method is a systematic and scientific approach to research in which the researcher manipulates one or more variables, and controls and measures any change in other variables.