The Use Of Memo Plus Gold For The Enhancement Of The Memory Of White Mice

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“THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MEMORY PLUS GOLD POWDERED CAPSULE TO ENHANCE THE MEMORY OF WHITE MICE (Mus musculus)”
In partial fulfillment of the requirements in Research I
Biological Science
Team Category
Student Researchers:
Laja, Amrina R.
and
Laureano, Lexyleen B.
Grade 9- Special Science Class A

Research Adviser:
Ms. Rizza Earl Veverly T. Angeles
March 2015

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Abstract……………………………………………………………………………...........1
Acknowledgement…………………………………………………………………………2
Chapter I. Introduction
A. Background of the Study………………………………………………......3
B. Statement of the Problem…………………………………………………..5
D. Significant of the Study…………………………………………...............6
F. ...view middle of the document...

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Bibliography……………………………………………………………………………30

Appendices
A. Photo Documentation………………………………………………………32
B. Experimental Layout……………………………………………………….34
C. Raw Data…………………………………………………………………….35

Abstract
The study aims to determine whether memory plus gold powdered capsule can be an effective memory enhancer for mice to avoid memory lapses. This study sought to answer if there is a significant effect on the mice's memory before and after the intake of the memory plus gold powdered capsule.

The study used experimental method which includes all the preparation of the materials needed, gathering of the materials and testing. There were two (2) different treatments in the experiment and each treatment has three (3) replicates and three (3) samples. To compute for the statistical significance of the study for the data gathered, the researchers made use of T-Test for Two Independent Sample at 5% level of significance.

Based on the data gathered, memory plus gold powdered capsule enhances the memory of the mice. On the other hand, mice that had taken memory plus gold are faster than the mice that did not take memory plus gold in finding the food inside the maze.
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Thus, the researchers recommend using improved methodology also different dosages of the memory plus gold. The researches further recommend conducting study using different animals aside from mice.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
With immense pride and honor, the researchers would like to thank all the people who are in one way or another, who helped pave for the success of this research study. This study would not be possible and accomplished without the encouragement, inspiration, and support given to the researchers by the following:
First, to the Mr. Espiritu for the sponsoring of the mice which is used in this study. To the parents of the researchers, Mr. and Mrs. Laja - Mr. and Mrs. Laureano, a sense of gratitude is extended to them for their unconditional support that they have shown to the researchers as the researchers take a step in this research study. To the commentators who did not stop on giving feedbacks and suggestions for the improvement of the study, thank you.
Second, to the Department Of Science And Technology for lending the researchers some of the research write-ups in order to sort out some ideas and to mold the knowledge of the researchers for them to overwhelm the study.
Third, to Ms. Rizza Earl Veverly T. Angeles, Research Class Adviser, for the knowledgeable incites in coming up a good research study.
And above all to Our Almighty God for giving us the guidance in times when seeking help and facing challenges in this research study.
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This is such a great privilege to do this study entitled “The Effectiveness of Memory plus Gold Powdered Capsule to Enhance the Memory of the White Mice (Mus musculus)”. To all the people, once again MUCHISIMAS GRACIAS!
Chapter I
Introduction

A. Background of the Study
"Forgetfulness is accepted as...

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