Ilang-Ilang Article

BATAC COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PROJECT IN SCIENCE

(SCIENCE INVESTIGATORY PROJECT)

ALCOLOGNE

ANALYSTS:

LLOYD ALDRIN GALIMBA

PRINCESS ANN RABANAL

MYKA ANGELICA PITPIT

AREEYA KRISTEL SOLMERIN

JEZREEL VALDEZ

BING RONDOLOS

NANCY CORPUZ

INIGO DEL MUNDO

ANALYSIS ADVISER:

MRS. LEILANIE A. BARANGAN

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We analysts wish to offer our sincerest thanks to the Almighty Goodness for his guidance and wisdom, by simply guiding us to the correct decision. As well by supporting us come up with this exploration. And for every one of the people who help us:

Mrs. Lielanei Barangan, our Adviser for reducing time and patience in checking the research work and suggestions.

Mister. Teofillo Bautista, our Mathematics teacher for his ideas about a better way of doing a research.

Our classmates especially Phoebe intended for giving guidelines or thoughts about our research work.

And last the Parents who have gives all of us allowance to finance each of our project through telling all of us what to do about it.

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND:

ilang-ilang flower

Scientific name-CANANGA ODORATA

Ilang- Ilang

South Oriental evergreen woods (Cananga odorata) of the custard apple family members. The brand means " flower of flowers" in the Tagalog language. Tall (77 ft, or perhaps 25 m) and slender, it has smooth bark and it is covered all year round with drooping, long-stalked, rich-scented flowers which have six narrow, greenish-yellow padding. The pointed oval leaves have wavy edges. Clustered, oval black fruits suspend from very long stalks. Leis are made from the blooms, and a delicate aroma is unadulterated from the flowers. The hard woody ylang-ylang vine (Artabotrys odoratissimus), in the same family, can be popular upon trellises and patios in warm, wet climates. Cananga odorata var. fruticosa, little ylang-ylang, increases as small forest or small shrub with highly fragrant flowers. Ylang-ylang has been grown in temperate climates beneath conservatory circumstances. Ethyl Liquor

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