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Pioquinto Abstract This study was conducted to determine if seaweed extract is an alternative medium for the germination of mangrove seeds.
This study aims to identify how the germination process works through the use of different mediums that can only be seen from our surroundings.
Rehabilitation of mangroves is important since they secure our ecological development. With this study, people, who are immediate members and contributors to the environment will be able to help in the rehabilitation of mangroves quickly and efficiently.
To determine the germination of mangrove seeds, mediums, specifically seawater and seaweed extract were prepared. Before immersing the mangrove seeds in the mediums, their initial length and number of roots were gathered.
After recording each initial length and number of roots of the mangrove seeds, they were distributed and immersed into two media.
Observation was done every two weeks to record the increase of the length and number of roots of mangrove seeds. After eight weeks of observation, the germinated mangrove seeds were gathered.
Their final length and the number of roots were recorded. After which, the average means of the two set-ups will be calculated. Based on the results gathered, the germination of mangrove seeds was greatly affected by the mediums.
The mangroves in the set up with seaweed extract had longer roots while the mangroves in the set up with seawater had more number of roots. The researchers recommend that further study must be conducted to find more alternative mediums for faster germination.
It is also recommended that more research must be done to increase our knowledge and basis about the study. Materials The mangrove seeds that will be used for the experiment will be collected from Punta Dumalag, Matina, Davao City. For the seaweed juice, 20 ml. For the brackish water, 2 grams of salt and 20 ml.
An electronic weighing scale will be used to measure the weight of salt and seaweed needed and a graduated cylinder will also be used to accurately measure the needed amount of water. To get the extract from the seaweed, a mortar and pestle will be needed for pounding.
Procedure The first thing to do is to set up the experiment and gather all materials needed. For the preparation of brackish water, mix 2 grams of salt with 20 ml.
For the preparation of seaweed juice, weigh 50 grams of seaweed and cut it into pieces and pound them using the mortar and pestle then squeeze. After getting the seaweed extract, mix 20 ml. Two frames and two aquariums will be used for the set-up. Cut 15 holes of equal radius on each frame which is to be placed on top of the aquarium.May 28, · how to make electroscope and sample pairs materials needed in making electroscope, procedure and materials for testing electroscope.
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