Skunkvine (Paederia scandens) Natural Soap To Resistan Colds

Preface Skunkvine Leaves or named latin Paederia scadens is a shrub, plant fences and wild plants. This plant is usually grown in front of the terrace or in paddy fields. This safeguard has unique characteristics, namely: When we squeeze or tear this leaf it will smell the farting smell of farting stomach, Therefore the leaves…

Eco-Detergent From Rambutan And Papaya Leaves

Eco-Detergent From Rambutan And Papaya Leaves

Preface Detergent is a compound that is close to the life of the community. Detergent is often used by the community for various activities, including washing household furniture, washing dishes, and for various industrial activities. The existence of detergent that is very close to the life of society is inseparable from the large share of…

The DNA does not dissolve in ethanol. When ethanol is added to the mixture, all components of the mixture, except DNA, stay in the solution while the DNA settles out into the ethanol layer. The solution is allowed to stand for 2-3 minutes then white DNA will settle into the ethanol layer.

Onion DNA Extraction Experiment

Preface In this experiment, onions are used, this is because the onion has a low starch content, which allows the DNA to be clearly visible. Salt protects the negative end of the DNA phosphate, allowing the tip to come closer so that DNA can precipitate from a cold alcohol solution. Detergents cause cell membranes to…

Make Guava Leaf Soap Experiment

Preface Nowadays people focus on herbs, especially utilizing the plants that exist in our environment. One example is a cashew plant (Psidium guajava Linn). Based on research this plant is good for healing and treating wounds and other skin infections. So in research, we will make bath soap from guava, because this plant is effective…

Soap which has been established then colored to give power to taste good aesthetic value and given fragrance to give fragrance to the soap.

Making Liquid Soap From Skin Kapook Tree (Ceiba petandra Gaertn) And Waste Cooking Oil

Waste Cooking oil is a cooking oil that has been used repeatedly. This oil is to used household needs, generally can be reused for culinary concern, but when viewed from its chemical composition, waste cooking oil contains carcinogenic compounds, which occur during frying process (Anonymous, 2011a), so it is quite worrying when we reused for…

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