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Anona squamosa leaves as Mosquito Repellent
Anona squamosa L.
Sugar apple, Sweet sop
Small tree. 3 to 5 meters high. Leaves are hairy when young, oblong, 8 to 15 cm long, with a petiole 1 to 1.5 cm long. Flowers occur singly in the axils of the leaves, about 2.5 cm long, pendulous, three-angled, light green to yellow. Fruit is large, slightly heart-shaped, 6 to 9 cm long, the outside with polygonal tubercles. When ripe, the fruit is light yellowish-green, with a white, sweet soft and juicy flesh.
a) Purpose of the experiment
b) The shocking increase of dengue incidents year after year is a concern of our local health department and the society. Studies show that most incidents affect children and adolescent people. Commercially, there are various products of mosquito repellents readily available for consumers but most of them are highly made from chemicals that are damaging to the skin and are expensive,
making it less accessible to most people.
c) This study aims to determine the effect of the said mosquito killer (atis leaves). Especially it will answer the following questions:
d) Does the said mosquito...