I think Nibbana is the result.
This is how I understand it:
Depend on previous berth a person will have various latent factors such as attachment, aversion and ignorance.
These latent factors manifest and transgress as follows:
Application in practice
1.Root condition. Buddhist training is directed towards eliminating the defilements (kilesaa). The foremost defilements are the three unwholesome roots — greed, hate, and delusion. From these spring others: conceit (maana), speculative views (di.t.thi), skeptical doubt (vicikicchaa), mental torpor (thiina), restlessness (uddhacca), shamelessness (ahirika), lack of moral fear or conscience (anottappa). These defilements function at three levels:
A.Transgression (viitikkama) leading to evil bodily and verbal acts. This is checked by the practice of morality, observing the five precepts.
B.Obsession (pariyu.t.thaana) when the defilements come to the conscious level and threaten to lead to transgression if not restrained by the practice of mindfulness.
C.Latency (anusaya) where they remain as tendencies ready to surface through the impact of sensory stimuli. Security from the defilements can be obtained only by destroying the three roots — greed, hate and delusion — at the level of latency. This requires insight-wisdom (vipassanaa-paññaa), the decisive liberating factor in Buddhism.http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/auth ... el322.html
Following Noble Eightfold Path you eliminate A,B,C above and attain Nirvana.
A is eliminated by Sila (virtues)
b is eliminated by Samadhi (concentration)
c is eliminated by wisdom
A,B and C works in tandem