Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2


Table of Contents Editorial Board

Gall Rust Disease Incidence and Severity in a Falcata (Falcataria moluccana (Miq.) Barneby & J.W.Grimes) Plantation Grown from Select Mother Trees in Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Adrian M. Tulod, Jupiter V. Casas, Mark Jun A. Rojo, Lowell G. Aribal, Uzzi Kobe Yitzhak F. Libayao, Brian Rey L. Monteroso

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It remains unknown whether there are available gall rust resistant seed sources of Falcata (Falcataria moluccana (Miq.) Barneby & J.W.Grimes) in the country or elsewhere. This study was conducted to obtain baseline data for future progeny selection of gall rust… More
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Response of ‘Carabao’ Mango (mangifera indica l.) to 1-Methylcyclopropene in Sachet

Authors: Angelyn T. Lacap , Emma Ruth V. Bayogan

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1-Methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) was tested on ‘Carabao’ mango harvested at 105 days after flower induction. Mature green mangoes of uniform quality were sanitized with 200 µL L-1 NaOCl, air dried, and packed inside newspaper-lined bamboo baskets, then treated with different concentrations… More
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Modeling the Performance of Senior High School Students’ National Achievement Test Performance in Central Mindanao University

Authors: Nathalie Joy G. Casildo , Kent Levi A. Bonifacio, Gladys S. Ayunar , Mindell Rey C. Aguirre

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The study is entitled Modeling the Performance of Senior High School Students’ National Achievement Test Performance in Central Mindanao University. It aims to develop a predictive model of the National Achievement Test performance of Senior High School students. The study… More
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Implications of Travel Behavior Determinants on Transportation Planning in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Authors: Hector Lim Jr., Ma. Bernadeth Lim, Joy Mae Anabo

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Transportation planning is vital in the current scenario of rapidly growing populations, travel changes, and demand. With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, socio-economic conditions in society are exerting significant strain on transportation infrastructure. These conditions might affect not only… More
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Bridging the Last Mile through Shared Mobility towards an Integrated Mobility System

Authors: Ma. Bernadeth B. Lim, Hector R. Lim, Jr., Ann Wendy M. Rojas

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As the population of urban centers grows, there is a significant challenge of adjusting the transportation needs of urban mobility, as well as pursuing environmental protection strategies and ensuring social inclusion. The major bottleneck of urban mobility includes the constant… More
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Achieving Food Security during the Pandemic: A case of the Rural Women in the Upland Province of Bukidnon, Southern Philippines

Authors: Judith D. Intong, Novalyn N. Frasco, Eva N. Mendoza, Agripina R. Aradilla , Josephine L. Arbes, Reynaldo L. Intong, Heide P. Magadan, Lowella R. Angcos, Charlene N. Badilla

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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The growing number of people affected by hunger and food insecurity, especially during the pandemic, is one of the biggest challenges in the rural areas. A livelihood project was implemented from 2019 to 2021 among the 33 members of a… More
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Grammatical Deviations as Features of Philippine English in Local Newspaper Editorials

Authors: Kenneth Louis Cavanlit

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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This study identified the grammatical features of Philippine English in local newspaper editorials. Specifically, the study determined the frequency of occurrence of deviant cases in terms of subject-verb agreement, articles, and prepositions. Through non-probability sampling, a total of forty-five (45)… More
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Peri-pandemic Physical Activity in Southeast Asia: A Narrative Review

Authors: Joan Grace Empleo-Pacres

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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To stifle widespread transmission of the COVID-19 virus, Southeast Asian governments initiated lockdowns and quarantines that severely limited human mobility and people’s engagement in healthful and sufficient physical activity (PA). What was the state of PA in Southeast Asia during… More
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Students’ Level of Science Process Skills Acquisition and Academic Achievement during the Pandemic

Authors: John Mark R. Asio, DPA, Hans Christian U. Mondejar, MBA

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In the middle of the pandemic, most schools adopted the blended learning modality. As a result, dealing with the "New Normal" presented difficulties for private schools. This study aims to analyze the level of acquisition in science process skills of… More
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The Impact of Reading Positive Psychology-Themed Storybooks on Society during COVID-19 Pandemic

Authors: Merissa Ocampo

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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This study aimed to gauge the impact and effectiveness of reading illustrated bilingual books on listeners’ English language learning, creativity, and happiness during the COVID-19 pandemic. A public bilingual storybook reading was carried out with the support of two volunteer… More
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