vol. 14, no. 1 (2015)
IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation
The IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation aims to publish new discoveries in ecology and conservation which are contributed by member researchers from around the world.
The IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation is an international peer reviewed journal that provides a venue for scholars to publish their research findings for advocacy and utilization.
Table of contents
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Determining the Potential of Colorimetry in Wood Identification
Willie P. Abasolo | Monica Gibe
Mainstreaming Organic Agriculture through Innovation Policy– The Case of Organic Agriculture in Negros Occidental, Philippines
Andrew Gasmen | Rowena Dt. Baconguis
A Spatial Heterogeneity Perspective in Analyzing Cancer Mortality Distribution Using GIS
Ricardo T. Bagarinao
Ecological Beliefs and Practices of the Public: A Primer for Environmental Protection
Gee Marie S. Binag
Endophytic Bacteria Isolated from Nipa Palm (Nypa fruticans) in Bulacan, Philippines
Jayvee A. Cruz | Mea Katreena M. Cadiente | Truong Hoai Xuan | Eufemio Rasco Jr.
Science Literacy, Awareness, and Attitude Enhancement through Integration of Sustainable Development Education in General Ecology
Christia Almario Guevara
Clark as an Alternative Destination for Warehouse Storage in Manila, Philippines
Lok Tak Ming Jafy
Concentrations of Rare Trace Elements in Major Irrigated Rice Areas of the Philippines
Jehru C. Magahud | Pearl B. Sanchez | Rodrigo B. Badayos
Heavy Metals in Processed Fish Commercially Available in the Philippines: An Environmental Toxicology Study
Judilynn N. Solidum
Chlorophyll Content, Cell Size, Growth and Resistance to Coconut Scale Insect (Aspidiotus rigidus Reyne) of Buri Palms (Corypha utan Lam.) as Influenced by Different Hoagland Concentrations
Lourdes B. Tayrus | Willie P. Abasolo | Nelson M. Pampolina
Threatened Plant Species of Mindoro, Philippines
Elaine Loreen C. Villanueva | Inocencio E. Buot Jr.
Competitive Ability, Critical Period of Competition, and Density Level of Hydrolea zeylanica (L.) Vahl against Transplanted-Irrigated Lowland Rice
Dindo King M. Donayre | Cherry A. Endino-tayson