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# Research Published Year Started Year Completed Agency Region Created Updated
661
PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND ADVERSITY QUOTIENT OF ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATORS AMONG SELECTED STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES IN EASTERN VISAYAS, PHILIPPINES

Completed

Given the high degree of accountability and responsibility of academic administrators in
leading and managing the school organization, their ability to withstand adversity and
unprecedented difficulties called adversity quotient (AQ) is vital. This...

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-- 2012 2013 BIPSU Region VIII 03/26/2020 15:40:44 10/16/2021 04:58:55
662
CROSS-NATIONAL FRACTAL STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF HOMICIDE

Completed

The study aimed to determine the factors or reasons why homicide appears to be more
prevalent in some countries than others. A powerful platform for such an analysis is afforded
by fractal statistical analysis. This study analyzed global homicide i...

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-- 2015 2015 BIPSU Region VIII 03/26/2020 15:43:51 10/17/2021 05:22:03
663
GAPS IN PARENTAL, INTRAPARTAL AND HEALTH PRACTICES OF THE OBSTETRIC PATIENTS ADMITTED IN A PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL

Completed

A healthy pregnancy and childbirth begins from a regular prenatal care and postnatal care.
In recent years, several health practices during pregnancy and childbirth are recommended
by Department of Health to ensure the welfare of the mother and bab...

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-- 2014 2015 BIPSU Region VIII 03/26/2020 15:49:12 10/12/2021 22:40:43
664
FRACTAL ANALYSIS OF INTERNET USERS WORLDWIDE

Completed

This paper purported to describe the roughness of the data on Internet users around the globe
in the year 2001. A fractal analysis was conducted to determine a pattern of self-similarity,
ruggedness and limitations on internet utility of the differ...

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-- 2015 2015 BIPSU Region VIII 03/26/2020 16:02:31 10/12/2021 22:40:51
665
CROSS-SPECIES AMPLIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SHOREA MICROSATELLITES IN SHOREA CONTORTA VIDAL(DIPTEROCARPACEAE)

Completed

The tropical rainforests in Southeast Asia consist of diverse Dipterocarpaceae species. In
the Philippines, Shorea contorta is one of the most economically and ecologically important
dipterocarps. Presently, its long-term survival is critically end...

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-- 2016 2016 BIPSU Region VIII 03/26/2020 16:09:37 10/16/2021 23:06:27
666
SOIL NITROGEN DYNAMICS IN A MIXED-SPECIES TREE PLANTATION AND A LOWLAND SECONDARY FOREST

Completed

Reforestation has been recognized as one of the strategies in climate change mitigation
not only for its potential for carbon sequestration but also in restoring ecosystem functions
and services. This study aimed to compare the rates of net nitroge...

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-- 2016 2017 BIPSU Region VIII 03/26/2020 16:17:22 10/12/2021 22:41:05
667
TREE SPECIES COMPOSITION ALONG AN ALTITUDINAL GRADIENT OF A TROPICAL DRY FOREST

Completed

Tropical dry forests are unique and biodiversity-rich ecosystems, however, they are extremely
disturbed. The study investigated the species composition across the gradient of a tropical
dry forest in Laipuna, South Ecuador. A total of 51 plots, wit...

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-- 2017 2017 BIPSU Region VIII 03/26/2020 16:19:53 10/16/2021 07:37:06
668
Influenced of Bottom Heat Treatment and Types of Cutting on The Regeneration of Eugenia (Eugenia myrtifolia L.) Stem Cuttings

Completed Published

Eugenia (Eugenia myrtofolia L.) is one of the most demanded ornamental plant in landscaping industry but the availability of planting material of this plant is limited due to its difficulty in propagating by stem cutting. Thus, this study was conduct...

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-- 2018 NwSSU Region VIII 06/15/2020 12:16:01 10/17/2021 03:22:48
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Immobilization and Reduction of Lead (II) Concentration in Highly Contaminated Soil Applied with Peanut Hull Biochar

Completed Published

Biochar produced from waste biomass is increasingly being recognized as a green, cost-effective
amendment for environmental remediation. The study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of biochar in immobilizing and reducing concentration of...

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-- 2018 NwSSU Region VIII 06/15/2020 12:24:22 10/17/2021 04:04:57
670
Effect of Vermicompost Amendment and Nitrogen Levels on Soil Characteristics and Growth and Yield of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum cv. Diamante max)

Completed Published

A 3 x 3 factorial pot experiment was conducted to determine the effects of different kinds of vemicompost on soil chemical properties of an acid soil and its influence on the growth and yield of tomato var. Diamante max. There were nine treatment com...

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-- 2018 NwSSU Region VIII 06/15/2020 12:26:57 10/12/2021 22:41:24
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Influence of Poultry Litter Char on Phosphorus Availability and Growth Performance of Corn (Zea mays L.) in Degraded Soil

Completed Published

Biochar created from poultry litter is a way to produce a value- added soil amendment that is lighter and less expensive to transport out of manure nutrient excess areas but its effects on nutiient availability are less known. A pot experiment was co...

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-- 2018 NwSSU Region VIII 06/15/2020 12:29:08 10/16/2021 21:43:05
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Site Quality Evaluation of Soils in Degraded Uplands of Inopacan, Leyte and Sta. Rita, Samar

Completed Published

Marginal lands have received wide attention for their potential role in food production and environmental rehabilitation. Hence, this study aimed to evaluate the ecological qualities of the two degraded upland soils in Inopacan, Leyte and Sta. Rita,...

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-- 2018 NwSSU Region VIII 06/15/2020 12:36:42 10/12/2021 22:41:40
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Floristic Composition and Soil Characteristics of Plantation Forest in Northwest Samar State University, San Jorge Campus

Completed Published

The study was conducted to assess the floristic composition and the soil characteristics in a plantation forest of NwSSU San Jorge Campus. Descriptive statistics was utilized to treat the data collected for vegetation and soil characteristics. Pearso...

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-- 2018 NwSSU Region VIII 06/15/2020 16:17:19 10/12/2021 22:41:42
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Growth and Yield of Sweet Corn (Zea mays L) as In luenced by Guano Char in Degraded Upland Soils

Completed Published

Biochar created from bat manure (guano) is a way to produce a value added soil amendment that is less expensive and rich in macro and micronutrients, however, limited published studies about its effects on nutrient availability to plants are availabl...

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-- 2018 NwSSU Region VIII 06/15/2020 16:19:28 10/14/2021 18:57:42
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Differences between Households and Commercial Water Users Willingness to Pay for Improved Water Supply: A Case in Calbayog City, Philippines

Completed Published

The study explores the differences between households and commercial water user's willingness to pay (WTP) and their reasons for WTP for improved water supply. Random sample of water user from local water district were interviewed about their WTP. Me...

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-- 2018 NwSSU Region VIII 06/15/2020 16:22:43 10/15/2021 02:19:46
676
GENDER-RESPONSIVE COCONUT DEHUSKING MACHINE (GRCDM)

Completed

Disclosed is a gender-responsive coconut dehusking machine is driven by a frame defined by a plurality of upstanding posts, a first stage motor support base at the lower portion of the upstanding posts, a second stage support base attached at the mid...

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-- 2018 2019 BIPSU Region VIII 08/21/2020 22:36:02 10/12/2021 22:41:57
677
SOLAR PEN MOUSE

Completed

The ornamental design for a solar pen mouse substantially as shown and described.

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-- 2018 2019 BIPSU Region VIII 08/21/2020 22:40:53 10/12/2021 22:42:00
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Plagiarism in the Scholarly Works of the College of Education Students: Input for Anti-Plagiarism Program

Completed

Plagiarism in student researches had been a common occurrence in colleges and universities. This action research aimed to reduce the levels of plagiarism in the baccalaureate researches in the College of Education of the Palompon Institute of Technol...

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-- 2017 2020 PIT Region VIII 04/07/2021 08:58:53 10/12/2021 22:42:02
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Knowledge, Awareness and Practices in Research Ethics among Administrators, Graduate Faculty and Students in PIT

Completed

The study was conducted to assess the knowledge, awareness, and practices in research ethics among administrators, faculty, and students in the Graduate School of the Palompon Institute of Technology. Along with the three major dependent variables,...

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-- 2019 2020 PIT Region VIII 04/07/2021 09:07:35 10/12/2021 22:42:07
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Physical Risk factors associated with Overweight and Obesity among the Maritime Education Students of the Palompon Institute of Technology (PIT)

Completed

Overweight and obesity are becoming an increasingly serious challenge to the maritime industry where personnel must be healthy and fit. Maritime students, at their training stage should meet health and fitness criteria. The objective of the study is...

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-- 2020 2020 PIT Region VIII 04/07/2021 09:09:55 10/16/2021 13:59:30