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ID : tm2981210783

Therapeutic Effect of Organic Extracts of Merremia Borneensis Plant of Sabah

Cancer is the third major cause of mortality, accounting for more than seven million deaths per year worldwide. In Malaysia, approximately two million people, representing 7% of the total population, suffer from different types of cancerous diseases, and the figure is estimated to double by 2035. While cancer is an incurable disease, prevention is considered as an important treatment in cancer control. Most drugs currently available in the markets for the treatment of incurable diseases have limited potential because they are very toxic or expensive, and thus beyond the reach of the majority of the people. Hence, treatments without these disadvantages are needed. Diet can play a vital role in the prevention of various incurable diseases such as cancer and diabetics. Medicinal plants, fruits as well as vegetables with diversified pharmacological properties have been shown to be rich sources of ingredients with potential to prevent the incurable diseases. There is now an urgent need to search for novel and effective ingredients that may prevent the various incurable diseases. Convolvulaceae is a large and economically important family of flowering plants, and it is commonly known as the legume family or pulse family. About 900-1000 species of tropical climbing plants in this family are native to southern Asia. The Borneo Island is considered to have the highest species diversity in the world. Some species are found on the Borneo Island. Most of the species are being used by the Sabah ethnic communities as herbal medicine. They are also using the Merremia borneensis for the treatment of cancer, breast cancer, and fever. The literature search has revealed that still no works have been done on this plant by past researchers. For this reason, the aim of this work was to investigate the total phenolics, flavonoids, and antioxidant activities as well as phytochemical profiling of different organic extracts of this species which is native to Borneo.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2982210793

Potential Antimicrobial Properties from Oil Palm Root Against Ganoderma Boninense

My current research interests are in several aspects of plant metabolomics and pathology. These include mechanisms of resistance including basal defenses and production of plant secondary metabolites mediated by the recognition of microbe associated molecular patterns (MAMPS) or after elicitation with various biotic or abiotic elicitors. In plants, recognition systems based on R genes allow specific detection of injected effector proteins, triggering Hypersensitive Reaction (HR) and establishing gene-for-gene interactions. Loss of the recognized effector has often allowed pathogens to continue parasitizing resistant varieties of hosts and break through gene-for-gene mediated resistance because other effectors are able to suppress basal defenses.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2982410795

Physiological and Biochemical Responses of Maize to Drought Stress

Drought is one of the most serious worldwide problems in agriculture. Transient droughts can cause death of livestock, famine and social dislocation. Meanwhile, certain agricultural regions have consistently low rainfall and rely on irrigation to maintain yield. In both circumstances, crop plants which can make the most efficient use of water and maintain acceptable yields will be at an advantage. Water is essential to plant life. In order to survive, plants need water as well as nutrients which are absorbed from the soil by the roots. Water is transported throughout the plant almost continuously to keep its vital processes working. Therefore the maize crop requires adequate water at all stages of its physiological development to attain optimum productivity. Further, similar to other cereal crops, there are critical growth stages during the life cycle when lack of soil moisture can greatly impact grain production and yield. Drought stress alone can account for a significant percentage of average yield losses and is one of the greatest yield reducing factors in maize production. There are two facets to maize drought resistance which are affordability of irrigation systems and increasing pressure on water resources from sectors other than agriculture. Methodologically, two different varieties of maize will be subjected to water stress conditions. The leaf samples will be collected for measurement of physiological and biochemical parameter responses to drought stress. Several instruments will be used in this study to test the physiological parameters, such as, Li Cor 6400X Portable Photosynthesis and Chlorophyll Meter SPAD 502. This study aims to assess the physiological and biochemical changes of maize during water stress conditions. The importance of this research is to discover the physiological and biochemical changes in maize in a drought environment. Maize will display water stress symptoms and changes in the physiological as well as biochemical properties. Maize is an important food crop for humans and also as animal feed in livestock production. Hence, farmers will be able to save cost in water usage for maize production when drought conditions are experienced. This research will be advantageous for farmers if it is possible to produce maize successfully under water stress condition. Additionally, it will also benefit countries which face water scarcity and dry regions whereby the farmers can use less water to plant maize and thus overcome food shortages. They will be able to maintain maize cultivation with less water usage where water scarcity occurs. The results and findings of the study can be an indicator for water stress studies in future such as water use efficiency in maize production.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2983710808

LesTaniTM: A Potential Biofungicide for Present and Future Control of Ganoderma boninense the Devastating Pathogen of Basal Stem Rot

Screening for potential antimicrobial properties from oil palm roots against Ganoderma boninense

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2985010821

Functional Seaweed Snack With Prebiotic

The invention features a novel healthy snack delivering the benefits of prebiotic extracted from seaweeds. It is designed to be microwaveable for convenience and fast-paced lifestyle without jeopardizing the joy of snacking

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2989110862

Propagation of Microalgae Using A Submersible Bioreactor

Due to the high chemical content, microalgae have been propagated for uses in aquaculture, pharmaceutical, and biodiesel production. Taking advantage from the ambient temperature and wave action of the sea, this submersible bioreactor is designed for optimum algal growth and biomass production.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2989410865

Production of Seaweed Salad

Produk ini dihasilkan dengan menggunakan
rawatan rahsia selepas aktiviti pasca panen,
dipanggil rumpai laut premium. Rumpai laut
premium ini kemudian digunakan untuk
menghasilkan salad rumpai laut

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2989510866

Production of Amplang

Rumpai laut kering untuk produk ini dihasilkan
dengan menggunakan rawatan rahsia selepas
aktiviti pasca panen, dipanggil rumpai laut
premium. Rumpai laut premium ini kemudiannya
digunakan untuk menghasilkan amplang

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2990610877

I-Crop -Automated Crop Management System

I-Crop automated system is a robotic crop management system for selected type of crop. The system detects crops from weeds and spray the specified chemicals necessary. Apart from reducing human resource, reduce excessive use of both herbicide/pesticide thereby preventing pollution of environment.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2990810879

Formulation of Freshwater Fish Feed

The feed formula is targeting the commonly
cultured freshwater fish in Malaysia (Tilapia and
Catfish) using sustainable and halal ingredients,
and at the same time with competitive price.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2991910890

BioCompress(TM) Compress Bio Composite Properties of Lignocellulose Resources

-The technology involved in manufacturing the BioCompress(TM) is quite straight forward. For the oil palm frond (OPF)the fronds are peeled of their skin and sliced before undergoing heat treatment process. The materials are then compressed using roller compress machine before undergoing gluing and assembly process to form the BioCompress (TM). The shape of the composite is determined upon the shape of the mould made earlier.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2992010891

Artemia Salina for the Delivery of Recombinant Proteins in Aquaculture

The brine shrimp artemia salina is widely used a live feed by the aquaculture industry. We have developed a novel recombinant protein comprising an iridovirus capsid protein fused to an epsin n-terminal homology domain (enth) which facilitates its retention in the gut of a salina.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm2992210893

Actifeed-Supplement for Rotifer Culture

ACTIFEED is an organic seaweed which is based on probiotic fortified rotifer feed. It is formulated as a response to the problem of Malaysian marine fish hatcheries that experience high mortality of fish fries. It is made from red algae genus Eucheuma, fermented with a cocktail of probiotics and enzymes to produce micro particle probiotic encapsulated health food for fish fries. It can also be used for marine aquarium fish.

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm3446315434


Baja Sebatian Khas untuk peningkatan hasil
tanaman koko

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

ID : tm3446415435

E Bac

Kajian menunjukan E Bac memberikan manfaat
yang berkesan secara terus kepada kawalan
penyakit mati rosot jejalur vaskular
(Oncobasidium theobroma) dan buah hitam
(Phytophthora palmivora). Kajian juga mendapati
E Bac dapat meransangkan pembentukan dan
tumbesaran anak pokok koko

Kota Kinabalu Sabah

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