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At present the VSU System has 10 colleges, three institutes and one school. These are the College of Agriculture, College of Forestry, College of Veterinary Medicine, College of Engineering and Agri-Industries, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, College of Fisheries (VSU-Tolosa Campus), College of Agri-Industrial Technology (VSU-Isabel Campus), College of Environmental and Agricultural Technology (VSU-Alangalang Campus), College of Education and Agricultural Technology (VSU-Villaba Campus), Institute of Human Kinetics, Institut [...]

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Visayas State University

In vitro of rose species (Rosa spp.) via axillary bud growth

de la Rosa, Zosimo S.Jr. et al. [jan-jun2007]

The utilization of nodal stem cuttings containing dormant axillary buds as explants for plant production of two rose species; Rosa chinensis cv. 'Old Blush' and R. centifolia cv. 'Petite de Hollande' was demonstrated in this study. This propagation technique required the breaking of dormant axillary buds by aseptically culturing them in agar-solidified Woody Plant Medium (WPM) added with 0.5, ...

SUBJECT: culture in vitro; rosa (genero); in vitro culture; cultivo in vitro; rosa

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

An experiment was conducted to evaluate the influence of rate and time of application of chlorophenoxyacetic acid (CPA) on the fruit set, yield and quality of tomato (variety, Improved Pope) The application of CPA enhanced fruit set, reduced the number of days to fruit maturity and consequently increased the yield and yield components of tomato. The optimum concentration of the chemical was 75 ...

SUBJECT: tomatoes; tomate; mcpa

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

The study assessed the carbon stocks or storage within the Community-Based Forest Management (CBFM) Project in Midwestern Leyte Province. The CBFM project area stored an average carbon density of 333 Mg/ha from aboveground biomass down to the soil complex (0-lm depth). The upperstorey biomass had an average carbon density of 166 Mg/ha while 1.94 Mg/ha for the understorey biomass. In addition, ...

SUBJECT: hojarasca forestal; forest products; litiere forestiere; produit forestier; productos forestales

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. cubense (FOC) is one of the problem diseases attacking abaca. The most effective way of minimizing the damage is through the use of resistant varieties.' The levels of resistance of different abaca varieties/accessions, however, have not been determined yet so this study was conducted to: 1) evaluate the reaction of eight recommended abaca varie ...

SUBJECT: fusarium oxysporum; abaca

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

The study surveyed and collected diseased specimens of asyang [Mikania mdata(Burm. F.) B. L. Robinson] from various places of Leyte and Southern Leyte; isolated and identified the promising fungal pathogens (technically known as imcoherbicide) for the control of asyang; and determined the host range of the promising OMoherbicides. Seventeen fungal isolates were found pathogenic to asyang with ...

SUBJECT: mikania; herbicide; herbicidas; herbicides

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

The study evaluated the changes of the chemical properties of a highly weathered soil planted to native tree species. Soil samples were gathered at monthly inter/al for 12 months and were analyzed for pH, OM, N, P, Ca and Mg. Decomposition of leaf litter of the dominant native tree species (Parashorea malaanonan and Oipterocarpus warburgii) in the site was determined using the litter bag metho ...

SUBJECT: chimie du sol; quimica del suelo; soil chemicophysical properties; propriete physicochimique du sol; foret

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

This study compared the knowledge levels between adoptors and non-adoptors of sustainable land-use management systems in Matalom, Leyte, investigate the influence of farmers' knowledge and other factors on the extent of adoption of technologies, and identify implications that may enhance technology adoption. The sustainable land-use management systems considered in this study included contour ...

SUBJECT: land use planning; ordenacion territorial; amenagement du territoire

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

Taro hybrid TSL (Topi X Satasankha), along with its parental lines, was evaluated for stress tolerance under in vitro and in vivo polyethelene glycol (PEG) -mediated osmotic stress conditions. Aseptic cultures were raised in vitro under control and PEG-mediated stress conditions. Stress index for survival and growth parameters like rooting ability in cultures and number of leaves produced per ...

SUBJECT: culture in vitro; in vitro culture; in vivo experimentation; experimentation in vivo; cultivo in vitro

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

Three species of legumes such as mungbean, cowpea, amd bushbean were incorporated into the soil at flowering to later stages of growth namely; after 1st, 2nd, and 3rd priming operations. These were followed by two croppings of upland rice. Significantly lower soil bulk densities were obtained after the first crop of rice when mungbean and bushbean herbage were used as green manure. The pH, O.M ...

SUBJECT: upland rice; crecimiento; legumineuse; rendimiento; yields

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]

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Visayas State University

Working with the faculty of Plant Protection, a video-mediated learner-centered learning environment was designed, implemented, and evaluated in a PPrt 21 (Principles of Plant Protection) class. Students' learning outcomes, measured in terms of conceptual understanding and knowledge transfer, were compared with students in the control group who studied the same topics in a traditional learning ...

SUBJECT: pathologie vegetale; fitopatologia; plant pathology

POSTED TO: Annals of Tropical Research [0116-0710]