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

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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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… 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

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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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… 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

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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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… 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

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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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… 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

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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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… 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… 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,… 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).… 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

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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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… 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… More
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Essential Macro-Minerals, Crude Protein and Total Antioxidant Activity of Powdered Ginger and Turmeric at Varied Drying Methods

Authors: Gina B. Barbosa, Cresilda V. Alinapon and Myrna G. Pabiona

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Drying is widely usedd and one of the most effective methods for food preservation. This study reports the macro-mineral, crude protein, and antioxidant activity of locally produced powdered ginger and… More
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Predicting Organizational Change in Health Institutions through Management Communication: A Multiple Regression Analysis

Authors: Ruffa Mae S. Olbes and Ronel G. Dagohoy

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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The successful application of change plays a significant role in communication as it is used to announce, explain, or prepare individuals for change. However, researchers, unfortunately, cannot find any research… More
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Compliment and Compliment Response Strategies from Photo Comment Sections as used by Filipino Facebook Users

Authors: Kimberly M. Mejorada, Kimberly G. Opo and Dr. Mary Ann P. Malimas

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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Compliments and compliment responses are prevalent in Social Networking Sites (SNS), like Facebook. This study was conducted to investigate the compliment and compliment response strategies produced by Facebook users in… More
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CTU Student Journalists’ Training Needs Report: Basis for the Formulation of Training Program

Authors: Rowanne Marie Maxilom-Mangompit

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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This study assessed the training needs of the 25 selected student journalists who responded to the self-administered survey questionnaires using the purposive sampling technique. Editors-in-chief of the main and external… More
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Differentiated Instruction in Teaching English Literature: Enhanced Learning Packets

Authors: Richel D. Quisto

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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This study evaluated the acceptability of Differentiated Instruction (DI) in teaching English literature to Grade 10 students in Soom Integrated School, Trinidad, Bohol during the School Year 2019-2020. It identified… More
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Parents Roles and Capability as Tutors in Modular-distance Learning

Authors: Bernard Evangelicom V. Jamon, Mary Grace C. Jamon, Jonnabel O. Bendebel, Francis F. Tayong,

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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Parents play crucial roles in their children’s education during the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. The purpose of the study was to ascertain the parents’ roles and capability as tutors… More
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Work-Life Balance: Exploring Meanings and Opportunities Among Employees of Central Mindanao University

Authors: Athena Jan I. Derayunan, Hanna Leah E. Relacion, April Rose F. Buntod, Bryan Lee D. Celeste

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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This paper describes the work-life balance among employees of Central Mindanao University. It focuses on the meanings and opportunities attached with work and life by discovering their day-to-day struggles, and… More
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Reading Comprehension Component of Grades 7 and 8 English and Filipino Textbooks

Authors: Rowanne Marie M. Mangompit, Norly Plasencia, Maria Russel A. Pielago, Adela M. Romeo, Charlotte Ablen, Mary Catherine Ariosa , Jennifer Inez, Fely B. Latras, Roderick Villaflor

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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This study aimed to analyze and evaluate the reading comprehension component in the selected Grades 7 and 8 English and Filipino textbooks used by the selected private schools in Cebu… More
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GIS-based Mapping of Flashflood Susceptible Areas in Bukang Liwayway, Kibawe, Bukidnon

Authors: George R. Puno, Alex S. Olpenda, Rena Christina C. Puno, Rodriga A. Aguinsatan, Laarni F. Lacandul, Ida V. Maghuyop, Ricardo G. Villar

Volume: 26 (2022) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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This study aimed to generate a GIS-based flashflood hazard susceptibility map using the geographical information system (GIS) and frequency ratio (FR) techniques in one of the geographically isolated and disadvantaged… More
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Azadirachta indica A. Juss., Tinospora rumphii Boerl. and Vitex negundo against Sarcoptes scabiei in vitro

Authors: Obedencio, Jose Jr M, Daguro, Ted Aries A, Dargantes, Alan P, Abella, Jose Alexander, Montemayor, Maria Lebeña, Batain, Jesalyne Joy Marie B

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 2, Page: 6, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/cczy2874

The study aimed to evaluate the acaricidal efficacy of the ethanol leaf extracts of Azadirachta indica A. Juss., Tinospora rumphii Boerl., and Vitex negundo against Sarcoptes scabiei var. canis. It… More
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FAUNAL COMPOSITION OF MACROMOTHS OF MT. MUSUAN, MARAMAG, BUKIDNON

Authors: Kerk Rekkem R. Rafil, Joliesa Mae S. Toledo

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 2, Page: 11, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/ilzb3992

The present study was conducted to compile information on species composition of moths found from Mt. Musuan, Maramag, Bukidnon. The moths were collected using a light trapping method from November… More
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Phytochemical and Oral Toxicity Studies of Chromolaena odorata L. (King and Robinson)Leaf Extract

Authors: Anecito G. Juan, Alan P. Dargantes, Kristian Ed M. Serafica, Kurt Melon C. Calonia, Rowland M. Awiten

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 2, Page: 19, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/deju9088

In this study, the ethanolic leaf extract of Chromolaena odorata was analyzed for qualitative and quantitative composition and evaluated for oral toxicity in Swiss Webster albino mice. The mice were… More
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Species Richness and Status of Pteridophytes in North-Eastern Part of Mount Timolan Protected Landscape, Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines

Authors: Liberty Grace L. Calimbo, Maricris G. Cudal, Jasper B. Locson, Rogelio M. Hayag, Jr., Jehuel Nathan R. Daculio

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 2, Page: 26, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/svgb4056

This study was conducted to assess the species composition and conservation status of pteridophytes in the north-eastern portion of Mount Timolan Protected Landscape. The studyrevealed a total of 98 species… More
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EFFECT OF BOILING TIME AND STORAGE CONDITION (FROZEN AND UNFROZEN) ON THE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF FLACOURTIA JANGOMAS (LOUR) RAUESCH FRUIT

Authors: Manuel Anthony C. Contridas, Noah Patrick K. Madrazo, Marvin A. Mangogtong, Denheart O. Andrade, Zairev Oliveros, Lynette C. Cimafranca, Julious B. Cerna

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 2, Page: 33, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/vacr1044

Flacourtia jangomas, locally known as Seriales is an indigenous fruit tree in the Philippines. It potentially contains important nutrients and bioactive compounds, but it is a less known commodity, with… More
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Factors affecting the nodulation of Pongamia pinnata (L.) Pierre inoculated with Rhizobium mesoamericanum (Lopez-Lopez et al., 2012)

Authors: Phoebe S. Nemenzo, Marianita B. Santos, Melanie M. Garcia, Jhonnel P. Villegas

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 2, Page: 39, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/eqse9859

Pongamia pinnata or “bani” in the Philippines is a non-food crop that can grow on marginal land where food crops do not grow. Its seeds are used for biofuel production… More
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Anti-microbial Properties of Selected Plant Leaf Extracts Against Aspergillus niger (van Tieghem), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Schroeter) and Staphylococcus aureus (Rosenbach)

Authors: Melanie M. Garcia, Maria Luisa M. Antao, Chloe Lynn M. Gotera, Paulyn Jane P. Hermoso, Rizzarttein V. Samblaceño, Russel D. Valencia, Mary Grace C. Budias, Farrah V. Teodoro, Nicole F. Olayvar, Jhonnel P. Villegas, Phoebe S. Nemenzo

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 2, Page: 48, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/cnfq9322

With growing reports of multidrug-resistant pathogens causing untreatable human infections, the need for new antimicrobial therapies is becoming increasingly important. This study was conducted to investigate the antimicrobial properties of… More
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Emotive Language in Virtual Interaction on Learning from Home

Authors: Shirley D. Frigillano

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/tcvh8920

This study analyzed the Hiligaynon speakers’ emotive language and communication devices in online conversation. Issues that went viral on the opening of online classes served as the interaction objects. The… More
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Energy Audit of an Educational Building: College of Engineering

Authors: Earl M. Opiso, Ariel E. Abay, Cleifford S. Alfarero

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 14, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/rluq7804

Educational buildings are the most suitable type of building for the application of energy audit. Such measures can promote sustainability and ensure a comfortable and healthy environment for educational purposes.… More
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Non-destructive On-field Determination of Pineapple (Ananas Comosus L.) Maturity using Acoustic Impulse Impedance Technique

Authors: Audry B. Llaban

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 19, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/fjvy1283

This study analyzed the Hiligaynon speakers’ emotive language and communication devices in online conversation. Issues that went viral on the opening of online classes served as the interaction objects. The… More
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Rapid Riparian Assessment of Selected Critical Rivers in Misamis Oriental, Philippines

Authors: Rose Angelica L. Amper, George R. Puno, Einstine M. Opiso, Rena Christina C. Puno

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 26, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/bcvr2374

Due to threats of agricultural expansion and urbanization, riparian areas of rivers are on the brink of deterioration impacting their ecological functions such as the attenuation of flood disasters. In… More
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The Adaptability of Public School Teachers amidst the Pandemic

Authors: Noel P. Munda

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 37, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/pemw2173

This study focused on the adaptability of public-school teachers from a national high school, in a city schools division in Laguna, Philippines during 2019 – 2020. Using a descriptive type… More
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Setup Reproducibility of Supine Position in Radiotherapy of Rectal Cancer Patients

Authors: Mark M. Alipio

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 47, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/scce1165

Setup reproducibility is crucial in the delivery of dose in radiotherapy as it determines the accuracy and treatment success of the procedure. Previous studies reported supine as an alternative to… More
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Assessment of the Potential of Off-Grid microHydro in an Irrigation Canal in Lower Magsaysay, Kuya, Maramag, Bukidnon to Power Streetlights

Authors: Dana Marie Y. Eduave , Arman T. Gascon

Volume: 25 (2021) Issue 1, Page: 51, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/ktor1082

This study is about the assessment of a potential microhydro system in an irrigation canal in Lower Magsaysay, Kuya, Maramag, Bukidnon to power streetlights. The assessment showed that the microhydro… More
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Bouncing back, blogging knack: A general overview of resilience and blogging as a psychological intervention

Authors: Dennis Relojo-Howell

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 5, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/hiqp9266

During adverse life circumstances, it can be hard to stay positive and find our balance; this is a situation that requires resilience. Given that mental health problems are associated with… More
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Exploring relations between Muslim women traders and Non-Muslim clients in Bukidnon: Discerning Strategies for Peace Harmony

Authors: Eva Natividad-Mendoza, Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 7, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/yjlv1974

While deliberately formulated initiatives on achieving peace in Mindanao are recognized, there may also be latent, unintentional mechanisms that could be derived from mundane, casual social relations. Thus, this study… More
0   46

The Rise of Lake Apo into an Ecotourism Site: Conservation Initiatives and Issues on Community-based Water Governance

Authors: Raquelyn Jumawan- Dadang, Lowell G. Aribal

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 15, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/pszr7068

Lake Apo, an 18-hectare lake situated in Guinoyoran, Valencia City, Philippines is a tourist destination. It was once an ordinary pond, but with the initiatives of the community and some… More
0   43

Prevalence of Dog Bites and Risk Factors Among Residents of Maramag, Bukidnon

Authors: Jose Jr M. Obedencio, Ted Aries A. Daguro, Alan P. Dargantes, Hannah Charmaign S. Leonoa

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 25, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/wvsr8464

Around 2,000 cases of animal bites are reported every year in animal bite centers in Maramag, Bukidnon. The study aimed to determine the prevalence and risk factors associated with dog… More
0   74

Online Learning Preparedness and Preferences Among Central Mindanao University Veterinary Medicine Students

Authors: Jose M. Obedencio Jr., Aldren D. Obatay, Ted Aries A. Daguro, Philip John S. Sajol, Melrose P. Condino

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 31, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/qwiv9441

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all sectors of the society, especially the education system, which now has to design a flexible learning environment. This study aimed to assess the level… More
0   101

Antibacterial activity of the crude ethanolic extracts of Etlingera elatior and Etlingera philippinensis

Authors: Gina B. Barbosa, Cresilda V. Alinapon, Analyn G. Gultiano

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 40, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/witj7422

Due to the emergence of multidrug resistant bacteria, researchers are on search for a new source of antimicrobial agents such as plants. This study reports the antibacterial activities of the… More
0   62

Quantum Description of a Damped Coupled Harmonic Oscillator via White-Noise Analysis

Authors: Jhon Delo L. Procurato, Roel N. Baybayon

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 2, Page: 46, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/byuv1259

In this paper, the quantum mechanical dynamics of a particle subjected to a damped coupled harmonic oscillator potential was investigated by solving its quantum propagator using the Hida-Streit formulation—also known… More
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Utilization of Unwanted Weed, Paragis Leaves (Eleusine indica Linn.) in Cookie Production

Authors: Dolie T. Makinano, Lynette C. Cimafranca

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Paragis is a common grass which is abundant and can be seen everywhere but is regarded as having no economic value. To add value to this grass, the study generally… More
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Challenges in Teaching During the Time of Pandemic

Authors: Vannie Joy T. Resabal

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/dnse9651

The COVID-19 has spared no one. Both rich and poor countries have suffered badly from it. At the onset of the outbreak in the country, most of the cities and… More
0   111

Antibacterial Activity of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles Using Banana Peel Extract against Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Authors: Andrew B. Melencion, Winson M. Gutierrez2, Merced G. Melencion

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 7, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/xnxi3173

Synthesis of zinc oxide nanoparticles on their antimicrobial activity utilizing banana peelings could be a potential candidate to develop nano-formulated natural products as an alternative, efficient, inexpensive, and environmentally safe… More
0   163

Utilization of Cogon (Imperata cylindrica L.) Silage and Urea-Treated Corn (Zea mays L.) Stover as Affected by Supplementation

Authors: Elmar M. Patiga, Lolito C. Bestil, Hershey P. Mondejar

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 11, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/dzsg8945

Cogon grass, a weed occasionally used as livestock feed has a limited nutritive value. Improving the utilization of low quality roughages could be by treatment with nitrogen sources, chemical and… More
0   189

Disaster Risk Reduction Management in Carcar Central Elementary School Cebu City

Authors: Juvelyn B. Bacus

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 19, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/gvcc2351

School children are the most vulnerable group in times of disaster and empowering them to prepare for and respond to disaster is imperative. The creation of the culture of safety… More
0   119

Socioeconomic Status and Self-efficacy vis-a-vis Academic Performance

Authors: Ma. Rizza S. Villamor

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 26, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/ztpo3343

The purpose of the study was to determine the effects of socioeconomic factors (SES) and the level of selfefficacy in relation to the academic performance of high school students. The… More
0   196

Graduate Theses’ Rhetorical Moves in the Introduction and Methodology Sections

Authors: Joseleanor M. Magno, Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom-Mangompit, Sweet Kristel Cacha

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 44, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/vpkv5845

This study aimed to analyze the rhetorical moves found in the introduction and methodology sections of the Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics’ (MAAL) Theses of the Department of Communications,… More
0   148

A Documentary Analysis of USC Linguistics Faculty Publications from 2006-2017

Authors: Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom-Mangompit, Marciana R. Mariñas, Joseleanor M. Magno

Volume: 24 (2020) Issue 1, Page: 61, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/ozgs4682

This study determined and analyzed the combined unigram and bigram predominant keywords evident in the Linguistics faculty published articles, the journals where the published articles were published, and the Master… More
1   344

Food security amid the COVID-19 pandemic: research and development priorities for Higher Education Institutions in the Philippines and Southeast Asia

Authors: Glenn B. Gregorio, Rico C. Ancog

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 5, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/lopo8266

Food security has long been a major development priority of all countries and will remain to be in the future. This has become all the more important in this time… More
0   489

Physico-Chemical Properties of the Fish Pond Water in CMU, Bukidnon, Philippines

Authors: Gloria Jesusa D. Baltazar

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 8, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/mnaf2550

Good water quality is a key component of sustainable aquaculture production. The present study reports the water physico-chemical properties of selected fish ponds in Central Mindanao University, Bukidnon, Philippines. The… More
0   293

Fish Abundance and Physico-chemical Properties of Matingao River and Marbel River, Mount Apo Natural Park, Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Victoria T.Quimpang, Maricris G. Cudal, Einstine M. Opiso, Romeo M. Tubongbanua, Jr., Mary Cor S. Salolog, Emmanuel P. Leaño, Victor B. Amoroso

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 14, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/drfa8273

Mount Apo Natural Park (MANP) is an important forest reserve in most part of Region XI and XII because of its watershed importance. However, the MANP may also threatened by… More
0   365

Growth and Profitability of Broilers with Vermimeal on Ration Under Two Management

Authors: Marcos Bollido

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 21, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/vaec6565

The study was conducted to evaluate the growth and profitability of broilers in the different levels of vermi (Eisenia fetida) meal ration under two management systems. 120 day old chicks… More
1   330

Saluyot (Corchorus olitorius L.) Leaves as Acoustic Gel for Ultrasound Imaging

Authors: Mark M. Alipio, Danielle Loise R. Questo, Danielle Marie I. Subang, Lovelyn A. Tan

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 30, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/vblo5146

Ultrasound is aided with acoustic gel to provide an accurate medical diagnosis; however, this product is costly and, thus, may hinder the diagnostic value of the procedure. This research is… More
0   364

Computational Modeling and Simulation of Linear Accelerator Performance for General Radiotherapy

Authors: Andelson L. Berondo, Lilian V. Rodriguez, Alwielland Q. Bello

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 35, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/xeor9349

In radiation therapy, Monte Carlo method was a standard procedure for absorbed dose calculations; yet it was often frustrating due to long computation requirements and complex programming. Monte Carlo method… More
0   290

Eggshells as Alternative Shielding Material Against Diagnostic X-rays

Authors: Mark M. Alipio

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 40, Category: Natural Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/vxnf1485

With the advancement in diagnostic imaging, providing shielding against X-rays has become a significant concern. While Lead has been extensively used as the shielding material, it is costly and toxic… More
0   323

When Information Technology Fails: A Challenge for Nurses

Authors: Richard Allan. R. Soliven, Mae Dayanne M. Soliven

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 4, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/half4742

Within the dynamics of technology, it is the increasing complexity of healthcare that inhibits and makes barriers to the transformational reforms of healthcare delivery. The technology nurses encounter in the… More
0   334

Looking into the Concept of Self, Struggles, and Aspirations of Badjaus as Temporary Settlers in Bukidnon Province

Authors: April Rose F. Buntod, Bryan Lee D. Celeste, Alisa M. Cabacungan, Rudjia Faith T. Anino

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 8, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/ugfj5433

This article focuses on one of the marginalized groups in the Philippines, the Badjaus, who are temporarily settling in Bukidnon. This looks into the nomadic behavioral patterns of the Badjaus… More
0   286

Linguistic Cityscape of Billboard Advertisements in Mandaue City

Authors: Kristina Perez, Dova Dalman, Rowanne Marie Maxilom-Mangompit

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 16, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/fcpn7451

This study analyzed the linguistic cityscape of billboard advertisements found in the selected areas in Mandaue City and the occurrence of linguistic compositions and linguistic landscapes in billboard advertisements. This… More
0   294

Functions, Characteristics, and Effectiveness of Selected Public Signs in Cebu City

Authors: Isabelle Espina, Donna Medalla, Rowanne Marie Maxilom-Mangompit

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 23, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/zzru9457

This study aimed to determine and analyze the classifications, functions, characteristics, and effectiveness of the selected 30 public signs found along the roads and streets going to Basilica Minore Church,… More
0   393

Students’ Perceptions and Learning Gains Using Whole Brain Teaching Strategy in the STEM Strand of K to 12 Education

Authors: Cecilia O. Bucayong, Myra Vanessa C. Teofilo, Vanie Y. Benben, Jaymor O. Ledesma

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 30, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/cmwn3469

In this study, the researchers explored the effectiveness of Whole Brain Teaching (WBT) in teaching circuits to Senior High Students (SHS), particularly Academic track, STEM strand of K to 12… More
0   361

Cebuano Particles and their Functions in Selected Radio Segments

Authors: Michaella C. Fronteras, Mary Ann P. Malimas, Charis C. Pielago

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 37, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/sexj6605

This study analyzed the Cebuano-Bisaya particles and their corresponding functions, as well as their frequency of usage between two disk jockeys (DJs) and a random number of callers. The current… More
0   237

The Bliss and Burdens of Grandparents in Child Caregiving: The Case in Bukidnon

Authors: Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 43, Category: Social Sciences
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52751/naym8891

Grandparenting is a phenomenon in the Philippines. Grandparents attending to their grandchildren in schools and at home is a common scenario. They serve as caregivers or child-minders, extending financial, physical,… More
0   275

Technospheric Mining Towards a Circular Economy

Authors: Richard Diaz Alorro, PhD

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Page: 5, Category: Natural Sciences
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Human activities, such as product manufacturing, mining, and ore extraction, chemical and metallurgical processing, road and building construction, municipal and household activities, and agriculture among others, have relocated and accumulated… More
0   338

Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Field Burning of Crop Residues in the Philippines: 1990-2015

Authors: Jose Hermis P. Patricio

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Page: 8, Category: Natural Sciences
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About 32% of the Philippine land area is devoted for agriculture. Given this, the agriculture sector is expected to increasingly generate significant emissions of non-carbon dioxide (CO2) greenhouse gases (GHG)… More
0   565

Litterfall Production and Turnover in the Long-Term Ecological Research Sites in Southern Philippines

Authors: Florfe M. Acma, Victoria T. Quimpang, Victor B. Amoroso, Noel P. Mendez

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Page: 23, Category: Natural Sciences
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Forest litter is an important aspect for healthy forest ecosystems. Hence, this study monitored the litterfall production and turnover in the established two-hectare permanent plots in the three Long Term… More
0   259

Underutilized Senna tora (L.) Roxb. - a highly potential multipurpose species for food, feed, medicine and climate resilience for the Philippines

Authors: Joy M. Jamago, Jean L. Valleser, Gerald N. Galleron, April Grace M. Racines, Bryan U. Bactong, Nora M. Ata

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Page: 36, Category: Natural Sciences
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There are thousands of species in the plant kingdom but less than 200 are recognized as major crops. There is even less when it comes to food crops hence food… More
1   678

Phytochemical screening and in vitro antibacterial activity of Syzygium sp.("O-on") crude extracts against Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus

Authors: Merced G. Melencion, Chris Rey M. Lituañas, Andrew B. Melencion

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Page: 48, Category: Natural Sciences
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Identification and subsequent isolation of anti-dengue active compounds in medicinal plants are potentially useful for developing antiviral chemical analogues. This study investigated the potential use of aqueous, methanolic, and ethanolic… More
0   286

Phytochemical and Antioxidant Activity Variation of Processed Edible Ferns

Authors: Domingo P. Lodevico , Melania M. Enot , Rainear A. Mendez , Vince R. Abarquez , Gemma Faith B. Monisit , Fulgent P. Coritico , Victor B. Amoroso

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Page: 57, Category: Natural Sciences
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The main and interaction effects on the total phenolic content (TPC), total flavonoid content (TFC) and 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical seavenging activity of two edible ferns in various food processing methods… More
0   327

Assessment of Termite Infestation in Academic Infrastructure at Central Mindanao University (CMU)

Authors: Mark Jun A. Rojo

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Page: 68, Category: Natural Sciences
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Knowing the pest species first is necessary for the formulation of pest control method. In this study an assessment of termite infestation in the academic buildings was conducted. All wooden… More
0   365

Proximate Composition of Raw and Heat-treated Seriales [Flacourtia jangomas (Lour) Raeusch] Fruit

Authors: Lynette C. Cimafranca

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 2, Page: 74, Category: Natural Sciences
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Seriales fruit is an underutilized wild fruit in the Philippines with promising food production potential, however the usual drawback of processing is the change in the composition or properties of… More
0   525

The Future Can Be Better: Young People and The Marawi Siege

Authors: Jayeel S. Cornelio , Septrin John A. Calamba

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 4, Category: Social Sciences
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Young people are deeply implicated in the Marawi siege. Many commentaries and studies view them in either of two ways. On the one hand, they are the sector characterized as… More
0   430

Communication Strategies In The Interaction Between Filipino And Korean Females

Authors: Melanie Cuenco , Hyean Jeong , Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences
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In Linguistics, studies have been made on the interaction among intercultural participants to identify and explain the communication strategies they employed. However, only a few studies have explored the communication… More
1   342

Community Participatory Action Research Approach as an Effective Tool Towards Adoption of Corn-Based Farming System Technologies by Libona, Bukidnon Farmers

Authors: Lorena V. Duna

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 6, Category: Social Sciences
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Community Participatory Action Research (CPAR) approach was utilized as a tool to diffuse the developed CornBased Farming Systems (CBFS). Limitations commonly encountered by farmers thru Participatory Rural Appraisal are low… More
0   424

The Law of Attraction: Positive Thinking and Level of Gratitude towards Happiness

Authors: Albert C. Albina

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 15, Category: Social Sciences
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Persons with positive thoughts and grateful minds create a happy disposition which further contributes to creating an emotionally and mentally healthy society. This study aims to establish the philosophy of… More
1   665

Strategies in Rural Changes: Manobo-Pulangihon Women’s Adaptation on Agro-Industrialization

Authors: Eva Natividad Mendoza

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 23, Category: Social Sciences
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As agro-industrialization promotes alterations in the landscape and lifescape of indigenous people (IP) particularly their women who are viewed as ‘carers’ of their environment and ‘bearers’ of their culture, it… More
1   384

Tausug’s Identity in Parang Sabil: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Authors: Sajed S. Ingilan

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 37, Category: Social Sciences
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In the discourse of Filipino Muslim history, the Tausugs from Mindanao, Philippines had shown their strong resistance to the Spanish and American colonizers. This Tausug’s way of waging jihad (holy… More
1   1265

Fishing as a Livelihood and Conservation Initiatives: Issues Confronting Pulangi Lake, Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Raquelyn Jumawan-Dadang

Volume: 22 (2018) Issue 1, Page: 44, Category: Social Sciences
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Sound practices should have to be observed as humanity relates to their environment. Thus, this study on fishing as a livelihood and initiatives of conservation among the fishing communities of… More
1   400

Crystallinity of Hydroxyapatite Powders from Acid Washed and Thermally-Treated Tilapia Bones

Authors: Bienvenido M. Butanas

Volume: 21 (2017) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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This paper presents the production of quality hydroxyapatite (HAp) powders from tilapia bones using thermal treatment. Hydroxyapatite was successfully synthesized by calcination of 0.5M HCl pre-treated tilapia bones. Powder X-ray… More
1   309

Suppression of Bacterial Leaf Blight (Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae) using Local Isolates of Rhizobacterial Antagonists

Authors: Fedencio V. Paslon, Revelieta B. Alovera, Carolina D. Amper, Myrna G. Ballentes

Volume: 21 (2017) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Local isolates of rhizobacteria associated with rice rhizosphere were evaluated against Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo) both in vitro and in vivo conditions. Twenty-three rhizobacteria were isolated from the rice-growing… More
3   424

Effects of Sugar Mill Lime Sludge Treatment on the CBR and UCS of Expansive Soil in Bukidnon

Authors: Cheryl F. Daleon, Glen A. Lorenzo

Volume: 21 (2017) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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The purpose of this study is twofold: to address the proper utilization and disposal of a locally avail- able industrial waste known as sugar mill lime sludge, and to determine… More
1   262

Managing Local Disasters Capacity Needs for Disaster Risk Reduction Management

Authors: Angela Grace Toledo-Bruno, Eva N. Mendoza, Jedilyn M. Tandog

Volume: 21 (2017) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) has become a national and global concern due to the impacts of climate change that increase exposure to disaster risks. The Philippines anchored its… More
5   287

Flexural Response of Ferrocement I-Beam to Third-Point Loading

Authors: Leoncio Mariano C. Acma

Volume: 21 (2017) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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This study aimed to determine the flexural response of ferrocement I-Beam to third-point loading. Three replicates for each test specimen were made. They were cast using the fabricated C- shaped… More
1   215

Determination of Water Requirement for Alternate Wetting and Drying Irrigation Method of Lowland Rice in Bukidnon

Authors: Nelsa J. Olila, Ph.D., Engr. Carlo A. Ang, Rubenito Lampayan, Ph.D.

Volume: 21 (2017) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Irrigation water delivered to the rice fields decreases during dry season causing crop damage due to water shortage. The study aimed to estimate the irrigation water requirement of a one… More
3   264

Clear and Real Sky Global Horizontal Irradiance (GHI) Determination in the Province of Bukidnon, Philippines

Authors: Ricardo G. Villar, Jojemar Bantugan, Jerald L. Ruta, Nycel S. Barbadillo, Einstine M. Opiso, Jigg L. Pelayo, Jorge Andrew B. Cipriano, Jean Aquino, Joseph M. Labrador, Abigail Labadan

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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The radiation reaching the earth’s surface can be represented in a number of different ways and one of the ways is through GHI determination. This study determined the Global Horizontal… More
0   154

Alubijid River Basin Hydrologic Modeling in Misamis Oriental for Flood Risk Management

Authors: George R. Puno, Rose Ann I. Barro

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Flood modeling studies for the purpose of forecasting, early warning, and disaster management of the local government and other disaster agencies have been done in many countries nowadays. With a… More
0   156

Flood Modeling of Musimusi River in Balingasag, Misamis Oriental

Authors: George R. Puno, Rose Angelica L. Amper

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Flood modeling is one of the recognized effective means of assessing the flood risk to people and property. In this study, the concept of flood modeling is applied in Musimusi… More
0   200

GIS-Based Estimation of Biomass Available and Energy Potential from Corn Residue in Bukidnon

Authors: Ricardo G. Villar , Joseph M. Labrador , Einstine M. Opiso , Abigail J. Labadan , Jojemar Bantugan , Jorge Cipriano , Jigg Pelayo

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Biomass resources from forests and agriculture residues are underutilized and lost mostly in the provinces in Mindanao and other less developed areas in the country. This article focuses on the… More
0   178

GIS-Based Flood Hazard Mapping in Gingoog River, Mindanao

Authors: George R. Puno , Bryan Allan M. Talisay , Joseph C. Paquit

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Flooding is one of the most devastating natural disasters in the Philippines, especially in Mindanao. This study aimed to generate datasets of flooding along the Gingoog River based on Geographic… More
0   158

Hydrologic Dataset Extraction Around the Downstream Portion of Cabulig Watershed using Lidar Derived Digital Elevation Model (DEM)

Authors: Ricardo G. Villar , Jerald L. Ruta , Jojemar Bantugan , Nycel S. Barbadillo , Einstine M. Opiso , Jean Aquino , Jigg L. Pelayo

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) processed through the combined application of Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technologies were the most critical datasets to the success of surface hydrologic… More
0   136

LiDAR-Based Estimation of Canopy Fuel Parameters of Tree Plantation in Bukidnon, Philippines

Authors: Ricardo G. Villar , Rico R. Marin , Jorge Andrew B. Cipriano , Nycel S. Barbadillo

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Forest wildfires in the Philippines are all human-caused. Resource managers are dependent on accurate estimates and spatially accurate forest structure information to govern this kind of phenomena.This study presents methods… More
0   183

Microbial Flora in Ukay-ukay Clothing from Flea Markets in Valencia City, Bukidnon

Authors: Lorelie G. Samaniego , Zeus Elumba

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Microflora from selected ukay-ukay clothing in Valencia City, Bukidnon were isolated and identified, and the effectiveness of commonly used antimicrobial agents against the microbial isolates was assessed through a standard… More
0   227

Performance of Reishi Mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum [Fr.] Karst) using Different Spawn Substrates

Authors: Guia G. Saludares

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Spawn production is an essential aspect in mushroom cultivation. This involves the induction of mushroom mycelial development in growing medium under controlled conditions. This study aimed to investigate the performance… More
0   115

Performance of Goat Farms in Region 10

Authors: Reynaldo G. Intong , Julnar E. Pepito , Jhonny M. Callejo , Emilio M. Cruz

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Goat always has a place in most of the farming systems in the country. It may play a minor role, but their importance in the rural life had long been… More
0   314

Planting Densities and Nutrient Rates on te Growth and Fruit Set of ‘Solo‘ Papaya (Carica papaya L.)

Authors: Vences C. Valleser

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Optimizing plant density per area and fertilization application are basic ways to practice scientific agriculture. These are essential for cost-effective and profitable crop production. This study was conducted at Central… More
0   280

Sensory Acceptance of Loaf Bread as Affected by Yam flour, Margarine, and Oil

Authors: Domingo P. Lodevico , Ruby A. Arroyo , Allene Mae V. Nasol

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Loaf bread is widely consumed, and its sensory acceptability is essential for consumers’ quality assurance. Current trends in sensory techniques for costeffective methods in food product development are the use… More
0   126

Maximizing Crop Yield and Adaptation under Less Favorable Growing Environments: The Roots of it!

Authors: Roel R. Suralta

Volume: 20 (2016) Special Issue, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Sustaining the increase in crop production is the basic cornerstone of meeting the rising demands from population growth, changing dietary preferences and expanding biofuels use. The earlier strategy was simply… More
0   152

Agro-organizational Assessment of the Bismartz Small Farmers MultiPurpose Cooperative (BSFMPC) in Bismartz, Don Carlos, Bukidnon

Authors: Judith D. Intong, Reynaldo L. Intong

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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The Department of Agrarian Reform plans to develop a sugarcane block farm enterprise in Bismartz Agrarian Reform Community in Don Carlos, Bukidnon to alleviate poverty among small sugarcane farmers. With… More
0   356

Students’ Writing Needs: Basis for Language Intervention Program

Authors: Jeneifer C. Nueva

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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Assessing students’ writing needs provides English language teachers a baseline information in designing an appropriate intervention program. This study determined students’ writing proficiency in English. It identified the most common… More
0   200

Mathematics Teachers’ Self-Efficacy Beliefs Survey in all Levels of Education in Bukidnon, Philippines

Authors: Nenita I. Prado, Denis A. Tan , Melanie P. Pabualan

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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in Mathematics in all levels of education in Bukidnon, Philippines. A Mathematics Self-Efficacy Beliefs Questionnaire developed by Benjamin (2003) and Bandura (1994) on a five Likert scale was adopted. Before… More
0   169

Dependency, Disengagement, and Life Satisfaction: The Challenges Confronting the Elderly of Maramag, Bukidnon, Philippines

Authors: Raquelyn J. Dadang , Eva N. Mendoza

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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Filipino values and traditions say that the family’s elderly have to be taken-cared of at home, be loved, respected, and valued. But modernization tends to over-run this ideal way. In… More
0   320

Bukidnon Secondary Physics Teachers’ Alternative Views and Associated Mental Models on Simple DC Circuits

Authors: Teresita D. Taganahan

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 2, Page: , Category: Social Sciences
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The purpose of this study was to determine secondary physics teachers’ conceptions about Simple DC circuits. Data were obtained from responses in two sets of concept tests related to DC… More
0   157

Physical Characterization of Kibalagon Creek Catchment Basin

Authors: Nelsa J. Olila, Perfecto B. Bojo, Rodrigo C. Bayawa, Rex O. Yadao

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Activities and rainfall events at Kibalagon Creek catchment basin contribute to flooding problems at CMU. The study characterized the physical characteristics of the basin to serve as input in policy… More
0   219

Investigating the Digital Divide in a Rural Community in the Philippines

Authors: May Marie P. Talandron, Yolanda C. Tautho, Celso C. Tautho

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Digital divide is a global social issue that deals with the inequality of availability, access, and utilization of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). This study investigated the incidence of the… More
0   923

Ecological Footprint of Residents in a University Town in Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Angela Grace Toledo-Bruno, Michael Arieh P. Medina, Jose Hermis P. Patricio

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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One of the tools to measure the environmental impacts of the utilization of natural resources is determining ecological footprint (EF). The study assessed how one’s lifestyle could have impacts on… More
0   208

Production of Compressed Stabilized Earth Block (CSEB) from Pulangui Reservoir Alluvial Sediments Using Coal Fly Ash as Partial Replacement to Cement as Binder

Authors: Einstine M. Opiso, Reinerio P. Supremo, Neil P. Daquiado, Eva Joy N. Mendoza, King Jehu II Q. Radaza

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Siltation at Pulangui Reservoir in Maramag, Bukidnon is a big problem for the hydroelectric power plant. This study explores the potential of Pulangui alluvial sediments from five different locations for… More
0   256

Occurrence of Threatened, Endemic, and Economic Seed Plants in Selected Mountains in Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Hannah P. Lumista, Reggie Y. Dela Cruz, Florfe M. Acma, Victor B. Amoroso

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Philippines is one of the biodiversity hotspots of the world, being home to most of the endangered species. It is important to give utmost attention to these plant taxa considered… More
0   461

Third-Point Load Effect on Bending Moment of Slotted Ferrocement Beam

Authors: Leoncio Mariano C. Acma

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Page: , Category: Natural Sciences
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Ferrocement is usually made from a mortar of Portland cement, sand and fine gravel applied to steel reinforcement which is provided in small aperture wire mesh and/ or closely spaced… More
0   165
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