Background of the Study:
Nowadays people usually eat fruits like lanzones. Lanzones is very delicious and aside from that it is very nutritious. And lanzones is one of the most popular fruit in the country. But we noticed that after we eat lanzones we will just throw the skin in the garbage and sometimes we will see it in the market near the streets, that make our environment dirty.
So this is the purpose that we conduct this study to help recycling the skin of lanzones by making glue out from its sap. Because the sap of the skin of lanzones is extremely sticky that can be a good characteristic of a glue. And aside from that, we can keep our environment clean and we can help also those students who used glue. Because commercial glue nowadays become more expensive and they cannot afford it. So this are the purpose that we conduct this study.
Statement of the Problem:
1.)Is there a possibility that lanzones sap be made as glue.
1.)There is a possibility that lanzones sap be made as glue.
Significance of the Study:
The importance of this study is to help recycle the skin of lanzones. Instead of throwing it we will make it a good substitute from the commercial glue out from its sap. So because of this study we can help specially students who used glue. Because commercial glue nowadays become more expensive, and some students cannot afford it. And we can help our environment maintain its cleanliness.
Scope and Limitation:
There are some fruits that can be made as glue but this study covered only about tha lanzones sap. Because it has a characteristics that can be made as glue. So it covers only about the lanzones skin sap.
Definition of Terms:
1.)Sap - circulating fluid of a plant.
2.)Lanzones - ''Lansium domesticum'' from the family Meliaceae; a popular fruit of the Phillipines.
3.)Glue - to stick or fasten.
1.)Materials were gathered.
2.)Fresh lanzones fuits were peeled.
3.)The sap were collected and were measured.
4.)The glue was applied to paper.
Review Of Related Literature
Lanzones fruit is very popular fruit in southeast Asian countries like Indonesia, malaysia, Phillipines and etc.These kind o fruits grow wild and in cultivated plantations in southeast asia. In the Philippines, over 75 % of all lanzones is grown in Sulu province, a revelation for me as I always thought Laguna and the Southern Tagalog region was the primary area of cultivation outside of Camiguin in Misamis Oriental.
>Materials were gathered.
>Fresh Lanzones fruit were peeled.
>The sap were collected and measured.
>The glue was applied to paper.