College of Humanities and Social Sciences

In-house Research Review, 2017

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In-house Review of UP Mindanao-funded Research Projects, 30 January 2017

PARALLEL SESSION 1 – NATURAL SCIENCES, Session Chair: Assoc. Prof. Pedro Alviola IV

8:45–9:00 AM Initiation of Callus from Sago Palm Shoot Explant and Embryos, Dr. Annabelle U. Novero

9:00–9:15 AM Cracking the cDNA Sequence that Encodes the Raw Starch-Digesting Amylase (RSDA) from Sacchaomycopsis fibuligeria 2074, Dr. Joel Hassan G. Tolentino

9:15–9:30 AM Granulation in Pummelo as Influenced by Fruit Size and 1-Methylcyclopropene, Dr. Emma Ruth V. Bayogan

9:30–9:45 AM Photocatalytic Paints for Fabrication of Self-Cleaning and Self Sterilizing Containers, Dr. Erwin Oliver V. Fundador

9:45–10:10 AM Open Forum 10:10–10:15 AM Coffee Break

10:15–10:30 AM Enhancing Sago Palm (Metroxylon sagu Rottb.) Seed Germination through Various Techniques, A/Prof. Aileen Grace D. Delima

10:30–10:45 AM Assessment of Lactobacillus paracasei F2I2 as Biopreservative for Pork under Typical Public Market Condition, Dr. Virginia P. Obsioma

10:45–11:00 AM Valuing Community-Based Sea Ranching of Sandfish Holothuria scabra, Dr. Ruth U. Gamboa

11:00–11:15 AM Measuring Economic Impact of Climate Change on High Value Crops and Fish Commodities Production in Davao Region, Ms. Marie Analiz April A. Limpoco

 

PARALLEL SESSION 2 – SOCIAL SCIENCES Session Chair: Assoc. Prof. Genevieve Quintero

8:45–9:00 AM Talomo River Anthropological Exploration and Assessment of Its Potentials for ‘Serious Leisure’/’Nature Sport’ Design, a/Prof. Maria Stella R. Salazar

9:00–9:15 AM Assessment of Communication Interventions on Maternal Health in Mintal, Bago Oshiro, and Tugbok District Davao City, a/Prof. Nelfa M. Glova

9:15–9:30 AM Memorializing Mintal, a/Prof. Andrea Malaya Ragragio

9:30–9:45 AM Historical Mapping and Land Valuation of Tugbok District, Archt. Ryan C. Songcayauon

9:45–10:10 AM Open forum

10:15–10:30 AM Analyzing Form, Resolution, and time: An Urban and Spatial Morphology of Mintal, Davao City, Archt. Jean Marie V. Juanga

10:30–10:45 AM Mga Sugilanon Kaniadto ug Karon: The Oral Narratives of Mintal, Dr. Genevieve T. Jorolan-Quintero

10:45–11:00 AM A Look into the Leisure Activities of the Residents of the Resettlement Sites in Tugbok District, Davao City, a/Prof. Armando R. Salazar

11:00–11:15 AM Local Institution Capacity for Science/Education Outcomes, Dr. Antonio G. Moran

11:15–11:30 AM Pangeteb: An Ethnographic Study of Indigenous Tattoo Practices of the Pantaron Manobo of Talaingod, Davao del Norte, a/Prof. Andrea Malaya M. Ragrario

11:30 – 11:50 Open Forum

Banwa Monograph: Mapping Sago, 2017

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The publication "Banwa Monograph Series 1: Mapping Sago" was released by the Office of Research in January. The Monograph contains 11 articles with Associate Professor Myfel D. Paluga (Dept. of Social Sciences) as Editor. The publication has a dedication page for former Associate Professor Dulce M. Flores. The journal articles:
- Inflorescence: Mapping the Development of Interdisciplinary Studies on the Sago Palm in the University of the Philippines, by MD Paluga, AM Ragragio, MR Bonghanoy, AG Moran
- The Indigenous Dry Sago Starch Extraction Process of Argao, Cebu, in the Central Philippines: Process Documentation and flour Laboratory Analysis, by DM Flores
- “For really it is only pounded wood” Ethnohistory of Sago in the Philippines from the Precolonial Period to the Twentieth Century, by AM Ragragio, MD Paluga
- Indigenous Technological Innovations in Palm Starch Extraction in Central Philippines, by MD Paluga, AM Ragragio
- Recent Distribution of Sago Palms in the Philippines, by JR Santillan, MM Santillan
- Bioresource Availability and Potential Starch Yield of Sago Stands in Mindanao, Southern Philippines, by LB Estaña, JE Acosta, NB Oponda, JL Oñez
- Market Potential for Sago Starch and Its Derivatives in the Philippines, by NL Laorden, AA Fedillaga, TR Acuña, BM Ramoneda, SB Concepcion
- Mapping Suitable Areas for Mass Propagation of Sago Palms in the Philippines, by MM Santillan, JR Santillan
- Traditional and Alternative Methods of Sago Palm Propagation, by AD Delima
- Financial Viability of Developing a Sago Plantation in the Philippines, by TR Acuña, NL Laorden, AA Fedillaga, BM Ramonete, SB Concepcion
- Popularizing and Advocating Sago (and other Native Plants), by MD Paluga, AM Ragragio, EM Ragragio, AG Moran

See the cover design here

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