Bicol University R&D Journal

Official Refereed Journal of Bicol University

4500 Legazpi City,Philippines

Print ISSN: 0016-4139       Online ISSN: 2719-082X

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Vol 26, Issue 1
August 2023

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  • FoodNutrition
    Nutritional Analysis of Bicol Region’s Smoked Round Scad (Decapterus macrosoma) and Pinangat Products
    Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2018

    Abstract:The study was carried out to determine proximate content of the Bicol One Town One Product (OTOP) smoked round scad (Decapterus macrosoma) and pinangat and evaluate their nutrient content based on the Philippine Dietary Reference Intakes (PDRI) for selected age groups. Smoked fish samples were gathered from the two largest producers in Mercedes, Camarines Norte, while the pinangat samples were obtained from three Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-accredited OTOP producers in Camalig, Albay....

    Authors: Ivane N. Malaluan, Grace L. Aytona, Jeffrey D. Peregrino, Charmaine A. Malonzo

    Keywords: Colacasia esculenta L., OTOP, proximate analysis, round scad, mineral composition

    Year Published: 2018

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  • Health
    Input-Throughput-Output Analysis of Water Resources in Sorsogon City, Philippines
    Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2018

    Abstract:Water is vital in sustaining life and will become increasingly critical in the long run, considering the constant population growth and economic development of a city. The study aimed to measure the input, throughput, and output of Sorsogon City along water and sanitation. Water and sanitation data were obtained from Sorsogon City Mayor’s office and Sorsogon City Water District (SCWD) office. Data were also gathered through key informant interviews with SCWD personnel, city health officer, pub...

    Authors: Richard L. Bartolata

    Keywords: Urban, Metabolism Framework, Material Flow, Waste Water, Water District

    Year Published: 2018

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  • Biology
    GC-MS Analysis of Metabolites from Aspergillus tamarii and Trichoderma sp. Detected Promising Biological Compounds
    Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2018

    Abstract:Fifteen multicellular fungi previously isolated from rice paddies were evaluated for their antibacterial activities against test organisms using the agar plug method. Only seven of the fungal isolates showed activity against the test organisms Escherichia coli, Bacillus cereus, and Staphylococcus aureus. These seven fungi were subsequently grown on yeast extract sucrose agar (YES), potato dextrose agar (PDA), and Sabouraud dextrose agar (SDA) to determine their radial growth and time of sporulat...

    Authors: Charmaine A. Malonzo, Jonathan Jaime G. Guerrero, Maria Czet Fulleros, Ramil Earl A. Madrideo

    Keywords: GC-MS, secondary metabolites, multicellular fungi, Aspergillus tamarii, Trichoderma sp

    Year Published: 2018

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  • Health
    Bicol University College of Nursing Vision, Mission, Goal, and Objectives: Awareness, Dissemination, and Attainment
    Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2018

    Abstract:Bicol University College of Nursing’s (BUCN) vision, mission, goal, and objectives (VMGO) serve as fundamental guide in its mandate for instruction, research, and extension, towards yielding worldclass nurses. This study looked into stakeholders’ awareness of the BUCN VMGO, the college’s strategies towards its attainment, and possible enhancements towards its wider dissemination and greater assurance of attainment. This is a cross-sectional type of research which utilized a mix of samplin...

    Authors: Maria Della C. Rañeses

    Keywords: nursing education, stakeholders’ awareness, strategies to attain VMGO

    Year Published: 2018

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  • EducationEnvironment
    Mainstreaming of Environmental Education in the Physical Science Courses of Bicol University College of Education
    Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2018

    Abstract:The main objective of the study is mainstreaming an environmental education (EE) program in the Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSED) curriculum of Bicol University College of Education and determining its effectiveness in developing awareness and understanding of environmental concepts and principles. The study utilized mixed methods of research, specifically the developmental-descriptiveevaluative method in the development of the curriculum guide for physical science courses. The curriculum ...

    Authors: Maria Eden A. Ante

    Keywords: curriculum guide, EE integration, Physical Science lessons, environmental concepts and principles

    Year Published: 2018

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  • EducationEnvironment
    Effectiveness of the Environmental Education Program in Enhancing Preparedness of the Vulnerable Populations in Coastal Communities of Manito, Albay
    Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2018

    Abstract:Environmental education (EE) in the community seeks to empower the people to take control of the environmental issues that affect their lives. Hence a well-planned and strongly supported environmental program can help people cope with environmental problems that confront them. A descriptive-qualitative and quantitative research was conducted among the in-school-youth and out-of-school-youth of Barangay It-ba and Cawit in Manito, Albay to assess the effectiveness of the environmental education in...

    Authors: Maria Teresa M. Abainza

    Keywords: Awareness, Disaster, In-school-youth, Out-of-school-youth, Practice

    Year Published: 2018

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