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Investigatory Project
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Investigatory Project
Introduction
The investigatory project designs to help indirectly the common people on the use of indigenous floral resources such as Alstonia Scholaris that serves as a material to regulate and inhibit biotic potential of the individual.

1.1 Background of the Study
The country’s current population is estimated at 93 million people (NSO Annual Report: 2010) where about 65 percent are living in urban area and experience poverty due to the usual family practice of giving birth. Pro-RH Bill lawmakers have presented the effective measures to control the growing population and provided alternative ways to maintain reproductive health and plausible actions to that program. Amidst all the programs, poor families are seen and cannot sustain the basic necessities of their children and depriving them from enjoying the fullness what is due to for the kids. Young women whose ages range from 14-25 often experience fast hormonal secretions that usually associated with active and rapid biotic potential. Early sexual maturity becomes a primordial factor for fertility and early teenage pregnancy. This then is the scenario that strive the researchers to conduct experiment that provide information on the use of Alstonia Scholaris as a viable material for controlling population.

1.2 Statement of the Problem
The project undertaken by the researchers on the Alstonia Scholaris extract as applied to “rabbit” sought to answer the following questions: 1. What is the effect of Alstonia scholaris extract on the biotic potential of “Oryctolagus Cuniculus”?

2. How effective is the use of Alstonia Scholaris extract to the life of “Oryctolagus Cuniculus” in terms of:
a. antifertility
b. implantation/inhibitory of hormonal activity
c. gestation
3. To what extent is the use of Alstonia Scholaris extract before and after mating of the “Oryctolagus Cuniculus” in terms of:
a. antifertility
b. implantation/inhibitory of hormonal activity
c. gestation

1.3 Objectives
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